In Mexican cuisine, carne asada is made from thin marinated beef steak. The meat is marinated by rubbing with olive oil and salt or with spice rubs such as lemon and pepper or garlic salt, lime, or Worcestershire sauce, before being cooked on a grill. The meat can be served alone or chopped and used in tacos, burritos, piratas, or quesadillas. Carne asada is often served with fresh guacamole, grilled onions, black beans or frijoles charros, and fresh salsa. Carne asada can also be topped with chismol, a home made salsa. Chismol is made with onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, olive oil, red wine vinegar, salt, pepper, cumin, and oregano. The dish is commonly prepared in the northern and western parts of Mexico as well as in the American Southwest. It can be found as the main ingredient in tacos and burritos, or is simply served stand-alone. It is sold at Mexican meat markets called carnicerías in the American Southwest and especially those states with Mexican/Mexican American enclaves.
The numerical value of Carne asada in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Carne asada in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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