Fullblood Wagyu Carne Asada

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This Fullblood Wagyu Carne Asada recipe is a must-try for your next Taco Tuesday. Traditionally, Carne Asada is made with a marinated skirt steak. This recipe features Fullblood Wagyu skirt steak from Double 8 Cattle Company, marinated in a flavorful combination of fruit juices and spices that compliments the tender beef. Serve the grilled, juicy Carne Asada on a tortilla and top it off with homemade guacamole and salsa fresca!

1 Double 8 Cattle Company Fullblood Wagyu Skirt Steak
3 Navel Oranges ( sliced in half and juiced, SAVE the juiced halves )
3/4 cup Lager Beer ( such as Modelo Especial )
1/4 cup Grapeseed Oil
1/4 cup Lime Juice
1 tbsp. Kosher Salt
2 Fresno Chili Peppers ( chopped )
8 Garlic Cloves ( smashed )
2 Whole Sprigs Rosemary
1 tsp. Dry Oregano
1/2 Bunch Cilantro ( chopped )
3 Stalks Green Onion ( chopped into 1'' sections )
Corn Tortillas
Salsa Fresca:
4 Tomatoes ( chopped )
1/4 Red Onion ( chopped )
1 Jalapeno ( minced )
8 Cilantro Sprigs ( chopped )
3 Garlic Cloves ( minced )
1 Lime ( juiced )
1/4 cup Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp. Kosher Salt
Guacamole:
4 Avocados ( peeled, pitted, and mashed )
1 Large Tomato ( chopped )
1 Serrano Pepper ( stems and seeds removed, minced )
1/8 cup Green Onions ( finely chopped )
3 tbsp. Cilantro ( finely chopped )
1 Lemon ( juiced )
2 tbsp. Kosher Salt

PREPARING THE SALSA FRESCA

Combine all of the ingredients listed under "Salsa Fresca". Mix thoroughly.

Place in refrigerator until the steak is ready.

PREPARING...
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Nutritions

Calories
2849

Sodium
38202mg
1591% DV

Fat
142g
219% DV

Protein
64g
129% DV

Carbs
209g
71% DV

Fiber
51g
204% DV

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