Carnes Asada Tacos




Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Adjustable Flat-top Charcoal Grill for Carne Asada Tacos! Creekstone Farms prime flank steak, pounded thin and marinated before being grilled over high heat, chopped and wrapped up in a Caramelo tortilla with avocado salsa and pico de gallo!

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27 replies
  1. NorCalKevin
    NorCalKevin says:

    I LOVE these videos and this channel, but part of me wishes there was a list of ingredients that can we swap out for something like the fajita bath. Sometimes when I watch these videos, they looks so good and I want to make the recipe the following day, but I cannot get an ingredient like the Fajita Bath delivered in time and I am not quite sure how to replace it accurately.

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  2. Jbone
    Jbone says:

    Yoooo can I recommend a stromboli for the channel? I've been loving your guys channel for years now and would love to see a good stromb! Love you guys, take care

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  3. Alberto Garcia
    Alberto Garcia says:

    (No you tube channel listens)Try using brisket flat. (I always grill the flat and smoke the point.)Slice it thin season with only salt. And chop it up fine. In mexico we use bone in brisket like that its called "costilla de pecho". Serve it over corn tortillas. And for the green salsa grill about 5 jalapeños and 3 serranos (depending on your heat tolerance) as well as some garlic and onion. Blend everything together and slowly add canola oil while blending to emulsify. Salt to taste. People think it has avocado because of how creamy it gets. Garnish it with onion and cilantro. Add lime.

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  4. PPDX
    PPDX says:

    This dude is the man! I use “Ranchera” flap steak, Uncle Chris’ gourmet steak rub as a base… let it ride a bit, then put on the grill using Mesquite wood. I then add your Lone Star rub, and wow the crowds.

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