Originally Posted by jRi0T68
Okay, I'll share my best original recipe (yep, my very own!)
It's a white man's take on Carne Asada
3 lbs flap meat
8 habanero peppers
4 Serrano peppers
Cilantro (just a small bunch)
2/3 cup each: white vinegar, olive oil, soy sauce, Worcester sauce
2 cloves of garlic
2 tsp each of: ground cumin, salt, black pepper, white pepper, oregano, paprika, garlic powder
Add all liquid and powder ingredients into a rubber cake pan (one with a lid is needed).
Dice up cilantro, mince garlic, dice all peppers and add it to liquid mixture. Squeeze limes into liquid and stir.
Add flap meat, layered, into pan. Let it marinate in refrigerator for 2-4 days, flipping meat over inside dish every 12 hours.
I prefer to cook with charcoal and add wood chips in foil for smoke.
I'll be growing red habanero peppers at home soon, which should be a fun addition to kick the heat up. Don't be afraid of the spice, the vinegar tends to neutralize it. If you don't tolerate spice well, just make some mild guacamole if it's too much for you, or switch the habanero to 5 and Serrano to 7.
Please pm me what you think if you make this, and especially if you have any suggestions.
-No longer accidental, just Jeremy. F.cfb
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Ahhh Man! I used to make one almost just like you. It was my one of my summer time favourites. I made it basically the same way you do except I wouldn't have the habanero/serrano peppers. Instead I used sliced yellow onion, red vinegar instead of white and I had to have the garlic
. I took the easy approach to the spices and sprinkled Adobo and Sazon seasoning (available at most stores, probably in the "ethnic" sections) We call the flap meat "skirt steak" where I'm from, and I let it marinate just like you, but not for that long. Doesn't need to marinate that long does it?
Anyway, it is phenomenal when you pull it out of the marinade and drop it on those hot coals!
It creates that kind of BBQ smell that lingers blocks and blocks away. Some hungry soul is coming home hungry and you make their stomach growl. LMAO! That's a great dish. It's cool to see you have your own take on it.