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Old 02-25-2015, 09:00 PM   #1
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Al Pastor Tacos

First cooked up some Mexican onions and chorizo. Some of the chorizo will be for some egg, bean and chorizo Sopes, tomorrows breakfast


Chorizo done


Bought a couple of lbs of Al pastor at the Mexican Market


Frying up some corn tortillas for some hard tacos and some nopales in the background


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Plated up. Al pastor tacos garnished with some onion, cilantro, diced jalapeno, avocado and Panela cheese.
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Old 02-26-2015, 03:11 PM   #3
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That looks amazing. I've never cooked nopales... can you explain how to prep ?
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Looks good V.
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That looks amazing. I've never cooked nopales... can you explain how to prep ?
Very simple, remove needles or buy then already cleaned, brush or rub a little oil on them and grill them up until they soften up a little. When done add a little salt and enjoy. there is a salad that's really good too, but there are many variations, just google Nopoles or cactus salad. the prep is pretty much the same, it's the ingredients that are different.
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