AllRecipes.com. Basically, he mixed up this really yummy marinade using our old school tools, marinated it for about an hour or so, then grilled it up. So darn yummy, I highly recommend it. A must with this, is the onion/cilantro/lime relish that is also in that same recipe. It's just a fresh and light taco. Probably not so light when you eat 4 of them, but that's how it goes when you re-live your honeymoon!
I also made my famous Mexican rice. I learned how to make this rice about 6 years ago from a friend at work, and it's so easy - there's just one trick...DON'T lift the lid while it's cooking. Let me share it with you now...
Marco's Famous Rice
- A tablespoon or two of vegetable oil
- 1 cup long-grain rice
- 2 cups water
- 2 bullion cubes
- An ounce of tomato sauce
- A dash of garlic powder
- A dash of hot sauce (optional)
This was a great trip down memory lane. We spent dinner talking about Tacos Break and the various adventures we had on our honeymoon. We finished dinner, and then enjoyed some of the cake-ish stuff that I made yesterday. That thing looks like a monster, but man is it tastey!
Looking forward to my special dinner planned for tomorrow!