Carne asada means nothing more than "grilled meat" in Spanish, and it can be prepared in a myriad of different ways to produce anything from chopped beef for a taco to a whole beef cut to be enjoyed with a side salad. If you're a beef man and/or are looking for a new recipe that'll be succulent on the grill, then check this one out.
Watch the food tutorial to see how to make a grilled Spanish mustard beef cut. Marinaded with dijon mustard, smoked paprika, Spanish sherry vinegar, olive oil, and salt, this beef will be spicy and tangy.
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