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.

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

Receta de barbacoa Estilo Guadalajara De Adriana Navarro

Barbacoa

Mexican Tacos Carnitas

Tacos al Pastor

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!"

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

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

Taco de canasta

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

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

Tacos de puerco con salsa de mango.

How To Make Ponche Mexicano (via The Mija Chronicles)

Gorditas de Chicharron: never get tired of these.

Tacos de Canasta Filled with Spicy Potatoes and Cheese ~ via Hispanic Kitchen

Pineapple Chicken Salad. Can be made ahead of time for a fast & easy dinner, or makes for fun picnic food. So good on croissant rolls! www.togetherasfamily.com

spice rub for fish tacos. This is a keeper! Plus, it would also work great for shrimp tacos.

Slow Cooker Barbacoa Beef – Try out this delicious recipe for barbacoa beef. The meat makes great filling in beef bowls, tacos, quesadillas, burritos and tamales. It also freezes well, so you can use it for later!

Tacos de Bistek Authentic Mexican Recipe - In Mexico, you’ll find these tasty tacos at street stands everywhere. A squirt of fresh lime juice is the key to authentic Mexican flavor.