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Kid Friendly Carne Asada Cups Recipe! By Carrie Stevens, Owner of Centerfold Chefs

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Kid Friendly Carne Asada Cups Recipe! By Carrie Stevens, Owner of Centerfold Chefs

Most kids are picky eaters, and I don’t blame them. Their young tastebuds are sensitive! So, a good way to make healthy Mexican food appealing to the whole family is to make “cups” out of flour tortillas!

Using a large round cookie cutter (or the top of your martini shaker), to make circles. Spritz them with some canola oil, and press them into muffin tins to form a “cup” and bake at 350 degrees for 5 minutes.

Set out some home made pico de gallo, advacado, black beans, cream, cheese, and skirt steak….and let the kids fill their own cups, to their liking. Making cute meals, brings fun to the kitchen. Try this recipe:

1 lb Skirt Steak
1/8 cup chili powder (rub have the steak with it, leave half plain for the kids)
2 tbsp. canola oil
6 large flour tortillas
1 cup canned black beans, rinsed and drained
1/2 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup chopped cilantro
1 advacado, cut into slices
lime wedges for garnish

Make a paste with the chili powder and oil, and rub onto meat. Grill your steak on a grill, (a George Forman works fine) or in a slightly oiled cast iron pan. about 3 minutes and each side. Slice and set out in a dish.

Remember, kids don’t like their food touching! Use one bowl fro the Mexican blend shredded cheese, another bowl for the light sour cheam, a plate for the advacados, a bowl for the black beans (heated), and a bowl a fresh pico de gallo (recipe below). And let them fill their own cups!

For the Pico de Gallo:
6 chopped tomatoes
2 Tbs Brown onion (Spanish)
2 Tbs chopped Red onion
1 Jalapeño pepper, chopped
2 Tbs lime juice
3 Tbsp chopped Cilantro
pinch of sugar
salt and pepper to taste

 
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Carrie Stevens

Carrie Stevens is a mother, an actress and model. She was born in Buffalo, NY and grew up in the small town of Hardwick, Massachusetts, collecting eggs, gardening, and living off the land. Since packing her bags for Hollywood, Carrie has been enjoying many years of landing dream jobs gigs on hit TV shows, in major motion pictures and appearing in major magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Allure, and of course Playboy Magazine as Miss June 1997. Carrie’s lifetime hobby of cooking inspired her to turn her passion into a business you can find out more on Carrie here ...

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