Trader Joses Carne Asada Autentica
It's thinly sliced sirloin of beef. It's pre-marinated in a blend of citrus juice (I believe lemon, never paid that much attention to the ingredients), pepper, onions and garlic and probably some other spices. It's THE best carne asada i've ever had and i've tried everything from regular grocery store variety to ethnic meat market and this doesn't even compare to any of those!!! My recommendations on cooking is to grill it on a bbq at around 350-400 degrees, flipping the meat over about every 3-5, total cooking time being roughly 15 minutes.
September 8, 2006
February 15, 2007
June 14, 2007
October 10, 2007
But lately, I'd say three of the last four times I've bought the carne asada, the meat has been a little too fatty and gristly.
Is TJ's perhaps cutting a few corners, or have I just had rotten luck? After a particularly bad cut of meat this week, it's off our shopping list until further notice.
December 12, 2007
May 27, 2008