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Carne Asada Seasoning
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Carne Asada Seasoning

Carne Asada Steak Seasoning

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 7 reviews

Carne asada is a staple at Sunday lunches in Mexico. Rich in flavor and mild in heat, carne asada is made by marinating skirt steak in soy sauce, lime juice, vegetable oil, and this blend. Serve the steak with grilled onions or slice it up for fajitas.

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Mix 1/4 cup of Carne Asada Rub with 1/3 cup each of soy sauce, lime juice and vegetable oil for a delicious skirt steak marinade. Marinate for 3-10 hours, then grill over a high heat until the steak is charred outside and medium rare inside. For fajitas, reserve some of the marinade and toss with sliced peppers and onions before cooking. This carne asada dry rub is also great on chicken, pork chips, squash and elotes. Ingredients: Chiles, garlic, salt, onion, coriander, oregano, brown sugar, cloves, star anise.

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Reviewed by Tony
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Awesome stuff

Great flavor.

One idea. For the flat packs, can you please put repositionable adhesive on the stickers? It would be awesome to take the lable off the flat pack so I could put it on my own bottle. Thanks.

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Reviewed by Craig
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Lovely stuff.

Not hot; more pungent and aromatic. Complex aroma. While obviously its roots are with beef, it also makes a delicious seasoning for slow-baked salmon...just a touch of salt, the carne asada seasoning, drizzle a bit of oil over the top. 275 for ~ 25 minutes. Yum. It might become my go-to for salmon, in that my other highly recommended choice is Trinidad Seasoning. I don't use Trinidad for basically anything else BUT fish; I can use the carne asada on steaks or in burgers.

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Reviewed by Denise S.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Best ever seasoning!

This is our go to carnitas seasoning! It's best with paper thin shaved rib eye steak!

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Reviewed by Adam
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Perfect for grilled carne asada.

My best attempt at carne asada so far. The flank steak was perfectly tender and amazingly flavorful.

Carne Asada Recipe

Salt the entire flank steak first to taste. Not too heavy.

½ cup - Soy Sauce

½ cup - Orange Juice

Slightly < ¼ cup - Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice (1 lime if juicy)

Slightly < ½ Cup - Vegetable Oil (not olive so it can withstand high heat of grill)

½ to ¾ Package - Spice House Carne Asada Mix (Closer to ¾ of a flatpack.)

~2 tsp - Spice House English Prime Rib Rub (I used as I has some leftover from Christmas and used mainly for the celery seeds. The garlic, onion, and pepper go well too.)

2 tsp - Ground Cumin (Use more if not using Spice House brand cumin. I find theirs to amazingly fragrant and potent compared to the store brands.)

1 tsp - Chipotle Powder (You could probably go up to 2 tsp depending on your taste.)

1 tsp - Garlic Powder

½ tsp - Ground Guajillo Chiles

½ tsp - Ground Allspice

Mix all ingredients and marinade flank steak overnight. Give light dusting of Spice House Carne Asada Mix just before grilling (Royal Oak charcoal brand with dry mesquite chips is my preference).

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Reviewed by Katherine
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Great!

I tossed cauliflower and zucchini with this blend and some oil before roasting them for veggie tacos. It was great! Super flavorful with just enough spice, even my meat loving husband was a fan!

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