Food - Drink
What Is A Suadero Taco?
Tacos are a true food of the people, as they likely originated as a worker’s lunch. Americans are familiar with carnitas and carne asada, but one of the most popular varieties, the suadero taco, has yet to establish a foothold north of the border.
Suadero tacos are named for the special cut of beef used to make them, taken from the middle of the cow, between the lower flank and the sirloin. Suadero tacos aren't as well-known within the U.S., because the cut of beef they use is not common in American stores.
The lean cut of meat can become tough easily, so it’s traditionally braised in a form of fat to ensure a tender result. This cooking method is known as "barbacoa," which translates to "barbecue" in English.