{Easy} Carne Asada Recipe

I recently learned about a simple and delicious Costco meal.  It is called Carne Asada {which literally means ‘roasted meat’} and it comes already marinated!

This package cost about $15 and my family of four ate it for two meals.  Score!

Here is the easy ‘how to’ for preparing this meal, with a fun veggie addition.  Serve this and you will look like you slaved in the kitchen for hours!

Cut up three bell peppers.

Place cut up bell peppers in a ziploc baggie or tupperware.

Mix in 1/8 to 1/4 cup vegetable oil, 1 tsp lemon pepper and 1 tsp garlic salt (you can substitute other seasonings if you don’t have these on hand).   Let the bell pepper mixture marinate in the fridge for a few hours before you cook the meat.

Lay the meat in a shallow pan and cook at 350 degrees for approximately 30 minutes.

{So raw meat isn’t the most appetizing thing to look at. Trust me, once this starts to cook, your house will smell like a four star restaurant!}

After 30 minutes, put the marinated bell peppers on top of the meat.  Cook for an additional 15 minutes (or until the Carne Asada is cooked to your liking).

Open the oven and say “Yum!” because dinner is served!

How easy was that?!

Jen

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks for linking up on SweetTalkin’ Sunday. I’m going to have to get my husband to look around for some marinades like that. He is the Meat Manager at our local grocery store. Yummy!!!

  2. I’ve seen that meat and wondered about it. Thanks for the positive review, I’ll give it a try.

  3. This looks delicious. So easy too. Central Market has homemade tortillas that would be perfect with this.

    • Oooh – tortillas! What a great addition! I have some delicious ones from Costco that I may try with that next time! Thanks for the idea!!!
      Jen

  4. It looks yummy! We just joined a Sam ‘s and I am looking forward to buying new food! Hopefully they have something similar.

  5. Yummy!! I am going to have to try this for sure. It looks great. Thanks for sharing with us at Link it Up Thursday.

  6. YUM! I love carne asada! Thanks for sharing!

    We’d love to have you share again at Wayward Weekend: http://www.waywardgirlscrafts.com/2012/03/wayward-weekend-week-6.html

  7. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    Oh this looks really good! Thanks so much for sharing!

  8. looks amazing!! thank you for linking up to Uncommon! Bonnie 😉

  9. Sounds Delicious!! Thanks for sharing at Terrific Tuesdays.
    Rachel
    adventuresofadiymom.blogspot.com

  10. Angie @ A Little Inspiration says:

    I love carne asada.. I use fresh pineapple for a more sweet and citrus flavor! Way to delicious!

    Found you on TT & J! I would love for you to come by and link this and any other projects you have at my Create & Inspire Party! 🙂

    http://www.littleinspiration.com/2012/03/crete-inspire-party-plus-top-5-features.html

    Hope to see you there.. 😉

    Regards,
    Angie

  11. Oh my gosh. That looks amazing. Okay, so does this mean I have to renew my Costco membership so I can make them? 🙂

  12. Fabulous! I’m dfinitely adding these to my next Costco run…

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