I got half a cup of juice (even more) from 3 limes, so those of you who are wondering if you have to buy 8 limes, don't fret. I loved the salsa. We'll use this one again.
This was really good. I did make my marinade and put my meat in a bag and froze it till the day I was ready to use it. Also with Avocado Salsa I used canned fire roasted tomatoes instead of fresh. I served all this on a bed of romaine with shredded colby jack cheese and used home made tomato salsa for my dressing. What a great meal! I will definately be making this again.
Very good! I made a couple of changes...used flour tortillas instead of corn, and left the onion out of the marinade. Also, I broiled on my stove-top grill pan. Also, added more cilantro...to me cilantro is a side dish! Thanks for posting Pam!
I like skirt steak and this is a very good way to prepare it. I marinated the steak for about 8 hours. I did cut back on the lime juice and didn't grill mine as it was just too cold. I used a hot grill pan and got good results. The salsa is a great complement to the steak. Thanks for sharing.
The thing I loved about this was that once you have it made and it's marinating,it only takes a few minutes before you have a yummy meal, I had mine for lunch after being out all morning and coming home starving this was perfect. The salsa was delicious, didn't change a thing. I used limes for my marinade and it was quite a strong flavour in the meat but we enjoyed it thoroughly will definetly be making again, thanks Pam-I -Am!!!
I am glad that I choose this for the Photo Swap. The marinade provides a delicious seasoning and tenderizes the meat. For the salsa, I used fresh from the garden tomatoes and the cilantro was perfect without being overpowering. I did take the liberty of adding some mixed color bell peppers to the onion and grilling the veggies on top of the grill in a grill skillet. Served this with corn tortillas, rice and refried beans for a delicious and filling meal.