Birria is a popular dish in Mexico. Birria is a hearty soup or stew that traditionally consists of beef, onion and a tomato-based sauce. Traditionally, the dish is made in large batches and served in huge pots on the stove and served with fresh tortillas, avocado, and queso fresco while the meat is still cooking.
This dish is popular in the Mexican state of Jalisco and the city of Monterrey in particular, postulating its status as a staple of the Mexican cuisine since it is enjoyed by a wide array of Mexicans for a good and undeniable reason. This dish is often made with goat, lamb or mutton, but beef is a popular option as well.
Beef birria is typically made with a cut of beef such as chuck roast, oxtail, or brisket. Another thing, this popular Mexican dish is usually served with salsa. The tacos are flavorful, and the service is always great. We recommend Quesabirria Tacos to anyone looking for a great meal and a great time.
How do you make and serve Beef Birria
I recently learned how to make a really good beef birria. It’s not too hard, but there are a few steps you have to follow. First, you should have beef stock, garlic cloves, onions, cumin, oregano, salt, bay leaves, fresh or dried chilies (depending on your preference), and fresh or dried bay leaves.
Then, cook the onions and garlic until they are translucent and add the beef. Cook it until it’s cooked through and then add water, the stock, and the seasonings. Add the bay leaves and cook it for about an hour and a half. With this broth, the Birria is simmered slowly until the meat is tender. When served, the broth is poured over the meat and rice, and a variety of garnishes can be added.