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CARNE ASADA RECIPE
CARNE ASADA RECIPE
Posted: 04/06/2009 09:42:33 AM
One of the most appetizing dishes, for all of us who are not vegetarians, is meat. In all his presentations, varieties and forms of preparation is really a delicious dish as a main option in any of our meals.
In this recipe I will teach you how to prepare a delicious beef tenderloin baked with wine. For 4 servings you need:
2 pounds beef loin
½ pound bacon
3 cups dry wine
1 large branch of parsley
4 tablespoons oil
3 tablespoons sugar
Salt to taste
The day before dinner dress the loin very well with a mixture prepared with parsley mash, salt and oil. I recommend that you chop the meat with a fork to absorb the dressing better.
The day of preparation, preheat oven to 350 ° C. Put the tenderloin into the pan, add over the loin wine and sugar and lead to oven for approximately 45 minutes.
Now placed the bacon over the loin until it is toasted. Remove from oven and let stand.
Let the meat cold and cut it, it can be accompanied with mashed potatoes and rice with vegetables.
Re:CARNE ASADA RECIPE
Posted: 08/17/2011 1:24:10 PM
This sounds great! I'm gonna have to try this on the weekend thanks a lot!
Could you use beef instead?
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This could also be done with flour tortillas, too, right? And I wouldn't think you'd have the issues with breakage like with the corn tortillas.
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Is there a way to find out the calories per serving for this recipe
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