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BARBACOA is also one of the many morning traditions in Mexico. Barbacoa is lamb meat, slowly cooked in maguey leaves (this is how its cooked traditionally, however, for more practical reasons can be cooked in pots).I wish I could explain how good these tacos are. Some places in Mexico City will just be open from 6am to 11am… because they do all their business in that amount of time.

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Spicy Dr Pepper Ribs

Spicy Dr Pepper Ribs by Ree Drummond / The Pioneer Woman, via Flickr

Fall off the bone, melt in your mouth leg of lamb. Slowly Roasted in the oven with fresh herbs and garlic.

Tacos de guisados, típicos de la Ciudad de México !!! (street food Mexico City)

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20 Slow Cooker Mexican Favorites

Mexican Tacos Carnitas

Nopalitos con Chorizo en Salsa de Chipotle. These nopalitos are great for tacos, enchiladas or simply served over rice

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Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Tacos

one pinner says..."I cannot even describe how delicious these were! We added sour cream, guacamole, mozzarella cheese, and shredded lettuce to ours. Crock pot shredded beef tacos..Mm!"

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Pork Carnitas

This is THE meat that you want to stuff in your tacos, burritos and salads. Outstanding! My Kitchen Escapades: Pork Carnitas

Oh MY - Because of this recipe - we have had fish tacos once a week for three weeks, and are planning on continuing that tradition. : Tilapia fish tacos

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Barbacoa Tacos

Barbacoa Tacos...seriously n fantastically de-li-cious...full of flavours. Thank you Kevin for the recipe!

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Slow Cooker Barbacoa Beef

Recipe to Feed a Crowd: Crock pot Barbacoa Beef by the kitchn: Makes enough meat to stuff 30 tacos. #Beef #Slow_Cooker_Barbacoa_Beef #Tacos #thekitchn

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Copycat Chipotle Barbacoa

Copycat Chipotle Barbacoa- this is so good- we use it to make burrito bowls. I double or triple the sauce recipe and freeze it in batches to throw in the crockpot with a frozen roast for an easy dinner.