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  1. CarneAsada is a Latin American dish of grilled and sliced beef, usually skirt, flank or flap steak The term carne asada translates to "grilled meat"; the English "roast beef" is so named in Spanish
  2. What part of animal does it come from?, the actual cut of beef that most people are referring to when they say “Carne Asada” is Ranchera (in Spanish) or Flap Steak. Flap Steak is a tender, fan-shaped cut of beef that comes from the short loin portion of the cow.
  3. What is Carne Asada made out of?Carne asada is the thinly sliced, grilled beef served so often in tacos and burritos. You can also serve it straight up, with rice and beans on the side.
CarneAsada is a Latin American dish of grilled and sliced beef, usually skirt, flank or flap steak The term carne asada translates to "grilled meat"; the English "roast beef" is so named in Spanish main page recipe for carne asada image of food