Aguachile traditional shrimp is exchanged for beef and grilled onions served with a spicy sauce serrano pepper, lemon juice, soy sauce and orange juice.
This recipe is a variation of my black aguachile rib eye, a recipe very requested by family and friends. In this variation roasted onion, diced avocado and serve on toast is added. It is great and is ideal for preparing with family and friends.
This is essential if you want your meat is juicy. By steeping the meat once it is finished baking, you give it time that all meat juices can redistribute and stay juicy and soft. If cutting the time when you remove all the juice will come out of the flesh.