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Carne Asada Seasoning

The essence of Mexican barbecue.

Carne Asada Seasoning
Carne Asada Seasoning, Ground

The literal translation for carne asada is “grilled meat,” and that is certainly one of the best pairings for this mouthwatering Latin American flavor.

With its enticing mix of garlic, cumin, onion, coriander and a variety of chili powders, this blend defines the dish in which it’s used and gives it a distinctive taste. Roasted vegetables take on a whole new personality, and many main dishes such as alambres, burritos and sopes rely on carne asada’s unique flavor.

Fun Fact: In Latin America and the American Southwest, the phrase “carne asada” can also be used to describe a social event, the equivalent of a social barbecue, where family and close friends gather.

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