Part five of Street Tacos.
I know what you’re saying.
Why on earth would you ever make your own corn tortillas? The ones in the store are not expensive! And the ingredients label is usually fine too.
Part four of Street Tacos.
IMHO, Carnitas is one the best things you can do with pork. Period.
You can’t (or at least shouldn’t) make it very often, everything in moderation and all, and yes it takes all afternoon in the oven. But there’s nothing to do except let it cook. There’s no actual work.
And the taste is simply fantastic. Your people will thank you.
Part three of Street Tacos.
You’ve had it more times than you can count. But have you made it at home?
To be honest, I hope you read this recipe one time and then never again. Why? Because this is one of those foods that’s all about making it your way! And once you read it, you’ll always know how to make it.
I grew up being told not to play with my food. But I still do it anyway.
So yesterday was a morning spent shopping for ingredients. Today was a morning spent building out the idea and taking a lot of pictures.
Part two of Street Tacos.
This is street food at its best. Grilled meat. Literally, in Spanish. But I didn’t grill outside today and you don’t have to either. Unless you want to. It’s pretty great that way too!
The key to this dish, the secret if you will, is to marinade the meat in lots of flavor.