Once you have the stew, making the tacos is super easy: These birria tacos are good enough to eat dozens on their own. if you can’t find any dried peppers, you can try this with just canned chipotle in adobo! hi brittany, A sauce obsession becomes a way of life. I then soaked my tortillas with the broth ans then heated them up! Hi Karen, I think your best bet would be to just use the adobo sauce with no peppers at all. Most people won't think twice about serving basic cornbread when is on the table. Dip tortillas into the left-over liquid, place onto the skillet and top with … Also do you have a recipe for the dipping sauce? Does it matter which one we use? hi rocki, hi karen, Return broth in Dutch oven to heat over medium, and cook, … Hi Jay, it’s the 7oz cans for the chipotle in adobo. How to have a Thanksgiving dinner that’s the perfect combination of easy and tasty. I followed this recipe to a T. We went the slow cooking route and WOW. I would love to try!! Tho there’s only 3 of us. How important are the cloves and cinnamon and NO sodium broth. Gonna try it out soon. hi amanda, “Don’t skip this step”! i would do low for 7-8 hours :). or you can use the extras and make this ramen. Hi made before excellent help and the dish was amazing flavor Only thing I used beef broth!! I made this last week without marinating the meat and cooked in a slow cooker for 5 hours. Set aside. yes to cutting up the pork, just do large-ish cubes. I’m sure they would taste great as well! It was so good and so simple I think this just jumped to the top of my list for all of our future taco nights. Family approved :). Bring a large pot of water to a boil and then remove from heat. Thank you so much for such a flavorful meal. Powered by the ESHA Research Database © 2018, ESHA Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved, The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. Because Steph still has RSI, I’ve been making all our dinners while we chat and watch youtube each night, and in our house that always means taco nights. I marinated all night and used beef shank and sirloin. So made last night and it was a hit! Can’t wait to try!!! Decided to eat it with white rice, because we're having Lengua tacos this week. when you put the meat down, add some cheese, then fold and fry :). You can make this stew any way you like, but I prefer it in the instant pot because it’s so much faster, and keeps more of the flavor locked inside the dish. It had a great smokey flavor. I’m already salivating . i would say it makes enough meat for about 12 generous tacos! the slow cooker instructions are in step 4. :). Should I remove the fat layer at the top? All the recipes I’ve looked at all have pretty much the same ingredients. Are you using bone in beef shank or boneless? Absolutely amazing recipe and so complete and well explained! A three ingredient, pantry friendly way to have a picture perfect coffee when you can’t go out to a cute cafe. Such a great recipe! Can ancho powder be used instead with canned chipotle in adobo sauce? I doubled it and I’m glad I did. Can these be done without the tomatoes? Pull up a chair and stick around for awhile, let’s be friends and eat together! hi landon, You can do it with chicken, just cook it for 30 minutes instead of 45 and it should be good to go – the dipping sauce is the stew (consomé) that the meat is made in. Preheat flattop or skillet to medium-high heat. My favorite toppings . Thank you very much. Meanwhile, warm tortillas on a griddle. Just made this. Cant wait to make this for our new taco Tuesday spread, looks amazing. Thank you for the recipe and tips!!! Add marinade ingredients to the blender. i am a food blog is an award winning food blog that’s been around since 2010 featuring hundreds of easy, fun, and delicious modern Asian- and globally-inspired recipes that celebrate the joy of home cooking. Tried this recipe yesterday in the instant pot and WOW!!!