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I had a little bit of trouble with this recipe, although everything worked out well in the end. I had no idea what kind or size red chiles to use. I had some dried ancho chiles here, so I used those. They are really fairly large. When I added them to the blender to puree with the lime juice, they really were not a consistency to adhere to the steak, so I had to add more lime juice. I did halve the recipe as well. We grilled these outdoors (first time since fall!) and really enjoyed them. Made for Rookie Tag Game.

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JackieOhNo! April 01, 2014

Very good. I tagged this recipe to used some dried chilies and I am glad I did! It was delicious and not as spicy as I expected. We used flank steak and served with salad and tortillas. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ July 15, 2013

So good! I could not find flank or skirt steak, so I used a New York Strip steak and let it marinate for two days, but t turned out great!

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pammyowl May 02, 2013

Yum! I served mine as meat with a side of grilled potatoes and corn on the cob. Very tasty and the meat was so tender. Plan to prepare the leftovers for lunch fajita style. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas July 04, 2010

Very tasty! We sliced this up and served it along with grilled onions and grilled sweet peppers on doubled warm soft corn tortillas (along with a few other toppings, such as tomato, salsa, and cheese), making them into fajita tacos! This went very well with an easy side of Quick and Easy Seasoned Black Beans. Everyone enjoyed. Thanks for sharing! ~Sue

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Sue Lau October 28, 2008
Chile Carne Asada