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wraps
#11 Aug 28 2017 01:50am
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Quote (TheBert @ Aug 27 2017 04:02am)
Cumin would work as a suitable replacement here, mixed as 1:1 with the cayenne


Cumin is pretty powerful like Cayenne so you don't really need to much to incorporate it into your recipes! :)

i'd like to try a recipe that involves Cumin tbh so if you have one post it up! :D

hook me up with your taco recipes C/A regs! :wub:
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#12 Aug 28 2017 07:19am
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Nan i'd rather eat real tacos rather then american shit with ground beef and orange cheddar lol...
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Quote (wraps @ Aug 27 2017 11:50pm)
Cum in is pretty powerful like Cayenne so you don't really need to much to incorporate it into your recipes! :)

i'd like to try a recipe that involves Cumin tbh so if you have one post it up! :D

hook me up with your taco recipes C/A regs! :wub:



I also LOVE CUM IN my taco
AllisonWonderland
#14 Aug 28 2017 12:52pm
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I always just use those packets. This sounds interesting though
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Quote (AllisonWonderland @ Aug 28 2017 10:52am)
I always just use those packets. This sounds interesting though



Nah bro
Firewall
#16 Aug 29 2017 10:01pm
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Per 1 pound of ground beef:

1 Teaspoon Chili Powder
3/4 Teaspoon Paprika
3/4 Teaspoon Cumin
1/2 Teaspoon Onion Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
Pinch of Cayenne Pepper (Adjust to taste)
2/3 cup of water



I cook the ground beef and then drain the grease. After that I mix the spices together in the water and then pour it over the ground beef and cook it again for a few minutes to let the favor cook in.
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#17 Aug 31 2017 01:06am
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Quote (hofx2 @ Aug 28 2017 08:19am)
Nan i'd rather eat real tacos rather then american shit with ground beef and orange cheddar lol...


do you have any homemade Taco recipes that you'd like to share with me? :)

Quote (cjlove90 @ Aug 28 2017 10:07am)
I also LOVE CUM IN my taco


lol i knew i should have called it Comino in that post but i called it Cumin anyway! :blush:

Quote (AllisonWonderland @ Aug 28 2017 01:52pm)
I always just use those packets. This sounds interesting though


the packets are decent but i feel they leave out a lot of flavor imo but there's nothing wrong with using packets though! ;)



Quote (Firewall @ Aug 29 2017 11:01pm)
Per 1 pound of ground beef:

1 Teaspoon Chili Powder
3/4 Teaspoon Paprika
3/4 Teaspoon Cumin
1/2 Teaspoon Onion Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
Pinch of Cayenne Pepper (Adjust to taste)
2/3 cup of water



I cook the ground beef and then drain the grease. After that I mix the spices together in the water and then pour it over the ground beef and cook it again for a few minutes to let the favor cook in.


thank you so much for posting a recipe for me to try! it sounds good! :hug:

i just need to get Paprika, Cumin, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder and Cayenne Pepper! :D

i'll try this recipe on my next day off! :)
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#18 Aug 31 2017 04:46am
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Quote (wraps @ Aug 31 2017 03:06am)
thank you so much for posting a recipe for me to try! it sounds good! :hug:

i just need to get Paprika, Cumin, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder and Cayenne Pepper! :D

i'll try this recipe on my next day off! :)


Let me know what you think
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#19 Aug 31 2017 02:44pm
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Ok sure..
Take a hanger steak or a skirt steak (or ny strip or whatever you want). Make a nice rub (cumin, smoked paprika, garlic powder, chili, brown sugar....). Rub the steak generously with rub and salt.
Do a hard sear in a cast iron pan with oil. Or grill. Let it rest 5 min. Slice against the grain, not too thick (especially if ur using skirt).

Serve on corn tortilla (reheat them few second in a dry pan). No don't use flour tortilla and def don't use hard shell (ur def going to hell if you do)

Garnish with sliced fresh avocadoes and pico de gallo (raw onions, fresh tomatoes, cilantro, lime, diced jalapeno) and possibly salsa verde if u have any around. Give a small squeeze of lime before eating.

Voila.
wraps
#20 Sep 8 2017 12:55am
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Quote (Firewall @ Aug 31 2017 05:46am)
Let me know what you think


i had an emergency come up and i wasn't able to get to the store to get the ingredients for your recipe on my last day off but i'm gonna get the stuff and cook it this Tuesday and i'll let you know how i like it! :)

Quote (hofx2 @ Aug 31 2017 03:44pm)
Ok sure..
Take a hanger steak or a skirt steak (or ny strip or whatever you want). Make a nice rub (cumin, smoked paprika, garlic powder, chili, brown sugar....). Rub the steak generously with rub and salt.
Do a hard sear in a cast iron pan with oil. Or grill. Let it rest 5 min. Slice against the grain, not too thick (especially if ur using skirt).

Serve on corn tortilla (reheat them few second in a dry pan). No don't use flour tortilla and def don't use hard shell (ur def going to hell if you do)

Garnish with sliced fresh avocadoes and pico de gallo (raw onions, fresh tomatoes, cilantro, lime, diced jalapeno) and possibly salsa verde if u have any around. Give a small squeeze of lime before eating.

Voila.


your recipe sounds bangin' af tbh! :)

i still need to get a new frying pan for the corn tortillas cuz the one i had burned a hole through it and that was a hot mess literally! :lol:

i was frying up the corn tortillas and when the pan got a hole in it, the oil went into the electric burner and shorted out the whole electrical socket to my stove so i didn't have a stove for about a year! :(

i got it fixed now so i'll try out your delicious recipe soon! :D

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