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Hey Everybody!! I have another beautiful dish today this is Beef Tongue Tacos! Such an easy recipe... Facebook: @Lacocinadeltavo Instagram: @Lacocinadeltavo Ingredients: 1 Beef Tongue (4 Pounds) 6 Bay Leaves 1 Tbsp Of Black Pepper 1/2 Onion 16 Dried Guajillo Peppers 5 Tbsp Of Salt (Or To Taste..Add 2 Tbsp First Then Taste Towards The End) 1 Tbsp Of Oregano Garnish: 1/2 Onion Diced up 1 Bunch Of Cilantro
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David and I almost shit ourselves when we took a good look at the beef lips we had brought home from the meat market. This is honestly the scariest looking food weve ever seen — even more so because it comes from a cow rather than some other crazy reptile/bird/fish thing where you would expect slime and spikes. Once we toughened up, there was a huge pay off in terms of yumminess. The meat was absolutely delicious and flavourful! I realize it is extremely unlikely that most people will have access to cow lips — but in case you run into it, here is how we prepared it: * 3 lb beef lips, cut in fairly large sections * 3 oranges, peeled, and pith removed but left whole * a generous handful of dried pequin peppers (again if you cant find them that really sucks for you but probably any hot pepper would work) * 1 bay leaf * 1 1/2 tsp cumin * 1 tsp dry oregano * 1 head garlic, cloves peeled but left whole * 1 white onion, peeled, roughly chopped * cracked pepper * 1 tbsp kosher salt * 4 cups beef stock * water to cover 1. Rinse off the beef lips and try to keep yourself from screaming. 2. Place in a large casserole with the remaining ingredients. 3. Add water to cover. Bring to a boil. Cover, reduce the heat, and braise on low for 6 hours. 4. Remove the meat from the braising liquid, cut/peel off any gross hard bits and excess fat. 5. Shred the meat. 6. Heat a dry cast iron skillet over medium and add the meat. 7. Fry until nicely browned. 8. Serve.
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Our next weird cow part is the tongue! It is also available EVERYWHERE in Laredo and when you see it that often the greyish blue phallic looking thing starts to be irresistible. We had only ever eaten cow tongue once before, in a Korean restaurant in New York. There it was served thinly sliced and cold, kinda like spongy lunch meat. We decided to stick with Mexican flavours and it turned out very nicely. We would both definitely prepare cow tongue again, although I didnt care so much for the heavy tomato sauce. Next time I think I would want to try braising it, slicing, seasoning it, and then grilling it so it becomes smokey and then squeezing with lime and then serving it in a hot fresh tortilla with some fresh salsa and guacamole sounds good right?