A twist on convention…

As I mentioned in a previous post, one of my favorite types of tacos are Al Pastor; slow cooked pork that has been marinated in a variety of chiles, herbs, and spices mixed with fresh pineapple. I’ve never been a huge sweet and salty fan but this taco dish is just awesome. Rather than trying to recreate something that is pretty stellar on its own, I decided to make my own version of the concept. I marinaded a great cut of hanger steak with my own chile rub and after searing the meat sliced it into cube sized chunks. These chunks were cooked in a sauce of onion, poblano peppers, tomatoes, and adobo and then finished with supremes of navel oranges. The result was delicious and its sure to be a recipe I use again and again…

Chile Rubbed Steak and Navel Orange Tacos with Radishes and Lime Crema



One Response to A twist on convention…

  1. smg says:

    what the h-e-dubs are “supremes of navel oranges”? anyway, i loved it! tacos are my fave, right behind pizza.

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