The Sous Chef says…Street Tacos!

Two posts in one day? Say what?! So my dear sweet husband Marcus is a sous chef as many of you may know. We decided to incorporate some of his recipes onto the blog so you can get to know him, and a little about what he does! I’ll let him take it from here!

 

Hey everybody. My name is Marcus, and I am a sous chef for the Red Lion hotel. This recipe in general is a pretty easy one. My previous manager Dave came up with this, and it stemmed from the original “Taco Tuesday” they had already going. I got to chose how to make them, and what to put on. Dane my coworker, had been doing tacos in a way that just seemed unappetizing to me. Since I wanted to go for more of a carne asada look and feel, I had actually first used the Habanero rubbed Tri tip that we do at work. Taking that and about a quarter cup of handmade taco seasoning and lime juice, I use a vacuum chamber in order to quickly marinate the meat and then mix it with a blend of fire roasted onions and bell peppers to create the first layer of the taco. On top of that, I whip up a fresh pico de gallo and some creme fresca. To top it all off, a side of refried beans and bam, street tacos.

 

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Author: growingupamerrick

Hello everybody! My name is Mariah, I'm 24 years old, married to my best friend, and have two amazing furbabies. I started this blog to fill you in on what goes on inside the Merrick household as well as our lives. We are also on our TTC (trying to conceive) journey, and I've got pretty regular updates on that. Hope you guys enjoy, and happy reading!

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