3 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 small cans fire roasted diced green chiles
1 rounded tablespoon tomato paste
3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
4 ounces fire roasted salsa
2 tablespoons chipotle in adobo
1 tablespoon Italian dried seasoning
Final product after four hours of braising.
I painstakingly skimmed off the fatty oil so as to preserve the meat. For me, it finished cooking late at night, about 11pm. My fault, I started it that late. The next day, however, I had reheated it in the same pot, less as much of the fat as I could remove, and it was delicious as burritos, tacos and later, as a skillet breakfast dish with the potatoes and eggs and cheese. Muy bueno!!!
I do not have a plated photo or photos this time. As I said, I used it for three different dishes and fully enjoyed each one. I purchased large tortillas to wrap into a supersized burrito with the shredded beef, scallions, Salsa Ranchero and scrambled eggs with green chiles mixed in. Delicioso! I did pretty much the same thing, less the egg, with the tacos.
You could serve it in the traditional manner, with the potatoes and carrots, onion and the beef. Amazingly aromatic and delicious. Winner every time.
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