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Marinate overnight or for at least four hours in the refrigerator and then grill.

Cut tenderloin in long strips, approximately 6" long and 1" thick. Two sauces you may use: One is made of fresh squeezed orange juice and fresh lemon ...

Cut up a round steak into 1 inch cubes. Brown in 2 tablespoons oil. Mix flour and water together and add to browned meat. Simmer for a few minutes. ...

Place meat in shallow glass dish. Combine remaining ingredients; pour over meat. Refrigerate, covered, overnight, turning meat several times. Remove ...

Cook meat in oil until flour and searing starts to brown. Add 1 1/4 cups water and cook at low temperature for 20 to 30 minutes. Good with flour ...

Season meat with salt and pepper; dredge in flour. Cook in small amount of grease; add chopped onion and cook slightly. Drain meat and onion. Add ...

Mix ingredients except the oil in a bowl and let marinate for at least an hour or overnight if possible. Coat skillet in oil well and heat on medium ...

Wash meat and towel dry. Layer into a large marinade dish by adding a small amount of liquid, a layer of meat lightly seasoned with salt, pepper, ...

Marinate steak, thinly sliced, with above ingredients. Place in refrigerator until ready to cook. Drain. Can be broiled or char-broiled. Serve with ...

Blend whole tomatoes ... on tostadas, tacos, and any other Mexican dishes. This makes a very thick salsa. Good for dips, carnitas, and carne asada tacos.

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