Anyone know where to get good carne seca de res here in town? This is the shredded dried beef that you make machacado eggs with. We have seen it at Fiesta for a very high price, but I'm wondering if there are any other places to try.
Instead of a fried shell, crunchy tortilla chips mingle in a base of crisp, sturdy romaine. Try leftover mild, crumbly queso fresco in Mexican egg scrambles, burritos, or stuffed poblano peppers. Get tips on making perfect carne asada here.