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Asaré tacos de filete de maíz azul en Texas | Gordon Ramsay

Gordon está en Texas y prepara un delicioso taco de carne. Con tortillas de maíz azul de Texas hechas a mano locales y una salsa hecha con nopales locales,

Ya sea de ternera, cerdo, cabra o pollo, los rellenos para tacos pueden ser bastante sabrosos. Y los carnívoros se regocijan: no hay límite en cómo prepararlos y condimentarlos.

Resolvamos dos cosas desde el principio: primero, no hay nada de malo en un taco vegetariano. Mucha gente los ama. En segundo lugar, los historiadores de la comida creen que la elección de los mineros de plata del siglo XVII, que eran los primeros comedores de tacos (tal vez, esto está en disputa), tenía pescado como relleno mucho antes de que alguien pensara en usar carne molida o chorizo.

Pero dicho esto, existe una preferencia decidida por la carne, cerdo, salchichas, pollo e incluso cabra para los rellenos de tacos. Es el peso de la proteína del plato, lo que convierte lo que podría considerarse un aperitivo en una comida completa o la variedad de camiones de comida que se estacionan donde la gente tiene hambre: los comensales quieren esa comida completa en un puñado. Es conveniente, sabroso, relativamente rápido e indefectiblemente satisfactorio.

Pero no hay dos tacos iguales. Solo considere las amplias diferencias en los empastes para carnívoros:

Carne asada: en inglés es “carne de res a la parrilla”, pero el nombre no tiene en cuenta los deliciosos adobos que las empresas de catering de tacos que valen la pena saben hacer. Muy a menudo se trata de jugo de limón, hierbas y ajo, a menudo, pero no siempre, con chiles agregados.

Carnitas – Las “carnes pequeñas” se diferencian de la carne asada no solo en tamaño sino en su fuente: son de cerdo, específicamente de la paleta, sazonadas y estofadas, desmenuzadas y luego asadas al horno.

Chorizo ​​- Para los tacos, el pollo se prepara mejor con el método de “de asador” (rellenos a la plancha). Esto implica usar calor seco (ya sea en una plancha o en un asador), un método que también se puede usar para cocinar carne asada, tripita (callos) o chorizo. Si no recuerdas la última vez que comiste callos es porque rara vez se sirven fuera de las taquerías más auténticas.

Pollo: los gourmets de tacos, particularmente aquellos con afinidad por la cocina mexicana tradicional y auténtica, evitan el uso de queso picante en un taco de pollo. Para ellos, la preparación adecuada del pollo niega la necesidad de queso. Ese método implica una cocción lenta del pollo en una marinada de caldo de pollo, tal vez con jengibre, ajo en polvo, comino, pimienta negra molida y cilantro; algunas, pero no todas, las empresas de catering de tacos móviles hacen esto en la cocina de casa.

Barbacoa: típicamente una carne de res picante, estofada a fuego lento y desmenuzada, pero en sus orígenes mexicanos era mejilla de res y cabeza envuelta en hojas de maguey. Pero una barbacoa de cabra es la preferencia de muchos (pierna asada, paleta y parrilla chamuscada, con una barbacoa a base de vinagre).

Según una encuesta de Public Policy Polling de 2013, el 13% de los estadounidenses se identifican como veganos o vegetarianos. Lo que significa que el 87% sigue comiendo carne como parte de una dieta equilibrada. Incluso, y sobre todo, en sus tacos.

39 Comments

39 Comments

  1. King Hulk

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    He cracks me up sometimes, now we need the HEAT from “cilantro” hahaha what??

  2. Flashcv

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    tortillas looks like insoles tbh

  3. Hawrify

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    6:43 i heard a gordon voice crack

  4. Andre Neari

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Tough and leathery is not how I want any of my food

  5. Jason Boston

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Seriously though, next time your in Texas, you should really head across the border to Rollins Oklahoma and do a show with Kent Rollins. His channel is Cowboy Kent Rollins. He doesn't, nor has her ever claimed to be a chef, but the Cowboy ranch hand cook is such an amazing cook that Food Network reached out and he's now been on Chopped "Twice", and even gone up again Bobby Flay.

  6. Jason Boston

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Gordon's Wife: Hey babe, I'm sorry but we are out of lube tonight.
    Ol G-Ram: Olive Oil, In.

  7. Woody's Crappy Openings

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    "Touch of olive oil" you can see the fucking oil pooling at the bottom, unbelievable.

  8. CHAMPbastien

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    love the proper accents my guy! COME TO SANTA FE NEW MEXICO!

  9. Icarus Blake

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    he makes art

  10. Watchapon Udomsrirat

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Are you proud of nick

  11. Aron Hansen

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    LIKE & SUB .great adventure thanks 😉 in my ears you and james corden talk alike (dialect or ) specially around 01:04

  12. MEHTAAB

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Gordon Ramsay just be vegan

  13. Noel Walsh MSSL(OneElectric)

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Gordon for a shy over one million euros per year YouTube revenue income you could at least give us a little more up to date content. I'm pretty sure the people want to see a little more Gordon. I'm pretty sure you don't read these posts and sure why would you? but if you do that's what the people would like and it would do you great Justice, perhaps YouTube revenue could be 2 million?????

  14. Scott Riggs

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Is love your cooking but I will never follow it is I have watched almost everything I can but I don't want to follow you is I need to follow my own and I haven't watched this and I will and I love your cooking like damn it's good but I need to figure something else else I believe you are the best chef in the world but I want to surprise that's all like I'm only 20 but I think I can and this video is kinda old but I want you to be surprised by me cooking that's it like I'm not even a cook but when I can can I cook on my own using you and don't care about me but I look up yo I try to I'm slow but I'm not that slow but I haven't been good at school and I don't want to didint want to do cooking got you like I look up to you so much I try to do everything but with a twist just a little like I want to surprise you like I fucking worked at Wendy's and we'll there not good enough like I am not smart but I can promise I can make good food but if you don't it's fine like you are they best and that's it but I want you to teach me even how much you yell at me I want you to be the one is I want you I don't think you will respond to this but really I do look up to this especially to hamburgers and tacos and nachos I can't really spell right but I want you to teach me every and everything no matter how much it hurts me

  15. Harry V

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Beautiful!

  16. Brad's Guitar Garage

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    And here's me watching this while eating hummus on a cracker. *sob sob.

  17. christian castillo

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    I’m not going to complain about them bc they look delicious, but i will provide you constructive criticism, that’s not a taco. You only need the cilantro and a “WHITE” onion, carne asada, tortilla de maiz, and youre good, and salsa , anything else is entirely unnecessary or American

  18. christian castillo

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    If you’re using a taco mold, its not a taco.

  19. Chicagorilla312

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Olive oil has entered the chat

  20. Zero gamer

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Any one who has tasted Gordon Ramsay's cooking must be the luckiest guy

  21. Arroyo Armour3t

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Sheeeshh Ramsey you want some tacos with that OLIVE OIL???

  22. Shaun Mecca

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    NOOOOO MIJO!!!!!!! 😩😩😩😩😩😒😒😒😒😒 I don’t remember my tio saying “mijo bring me the olive oil” lol

  23. Noble

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Where in Texas was Gordon at?

  24. phillip markman

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    I don’t think Arrón Sánchez would approve of Gordon putting RAW garlic into a pico de gallo along with a metric fuck ton of olive oil.

    I don’t want to eat raw garlic…I’ve seen Joe Bastianich loose his shit over a MC contestant serving the judges raw garlic and tossing their plate in the trash…and I’ve lived in Texas for over a decade and have never eaten a pico de gallo with raw garlic lol. Sorry Gordon.

    As Joe Bastianich would say: “I watch you cook and I get so disappointed by what I’m seeing. I expect more at this level. Thanks for nothing.” 😂

  25. phillip markman

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Raw garlic in a pico de gallo?? But it’s RRRAWWWAAWW!!

  26. Hector Pulido

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    buen intento pero los tacos de México muy muy ricos mis respetos aun asi para este chef que se atreve

  27. Stacie Lyon

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Gordon, my fiance and I were talking about steak and I told him they drain the blood from the cow and when the steak is cooked rare or medium rare its actually the juice from the muscle and not blood. He doesn't think that's right and wants to know from you or a professional chef. Could you please tell me if I'm wrong or right.

  28. In My Opinion

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    like a rabbit down a hole with a ratttle snake BAHA

  29. Aaron Hernandez

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Hey you guys know where the lamb sauce is?

  30. jjjjjjjjjjjjjjdx3

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Gordon is just on another level. Watching him working is surreal. The recipes he comes up with on the fly are so complex its crazy. Experienced chefs, Including myself, watch him and are baffled

  31. john graham

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    That scores a zero point zero. You destroyed tacos for every Texan. The only thing worse is your frito pie. Come on man, you're a world class cook.

  32. MTplaysYT

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Him: put a touch of olive
    Him also:puts almost half of the olive oil

  33. MTplaysYT

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Guys there is a vid that really discussing he put crickets on his food omg I just left and got to this vid

  34. Kevin Hou

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    "tAHco"

  35. Amanda Stewart

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    I love you💖

  36. NemCo

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Proud to have ya here in Texas, sir! Loved the video, absolutely incredible!

  37. RayOrtega

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    That is a beautiful taco but NOT a Texas taco I’m sorry

  38. Shandele Broyles

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    One problem, you didn't salt the Avacado.

  39. 999G

    6 October 2021 at 08:55

    Nobody:

    Gordon: mOrE oLiVe OiL

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