Chipotle Shredded Beef
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 8 hours
Delicious! My husband and I both enjoyed immensely. We have the beef rolled up in tortillas with all the fixings.
Delicious meal. Just a note to "nopalito" - bay leaves are not to be ingested. Just put them in whole and then remove before serving.
Have been making a close version of this for 40 years, just no cinnamon. However, put all the sauce ingredients in a blender, including the bay leaves, and process to liquid form, then strain. Pour the sauce over the meat and cook on low for 8 to 10 hours. You can use the leftover sauce, if any, to perk up your chili, over mashed or baked spuds, really good as a side for fried eggs, mixed in when you form hamburger patties, just let your imagination guide you. Enjoy!
Very good ... and different from the norm! It was spicy, but not too spicy. I might do a little less cinnamon next time. Served over brown rice. Will definitely make again.
Excellent! I skipped the sugar so I could eat this on my Whole 30 diet and only added 2 TBsp of the Adobe sauce. I would recommend adding to taste and just not dumping in the can of Adobe sauce. This has the seeds and all in it so it's very hot. I slow cooked it for six hours and it was scrumptious, moist, and had a little "kick to it". I'll be making this again.
Absolutely delicious. There was plenty left over to use for quesadillas the next night. I added some diced green chilies to the dish. Great meal for a crowd.
Very tasty dish. I used one can 14 oz can of diced tomatoes & one can of Rotel, & we ate it on tacos. Since it made so much, we had plenty left to freeze. Looking forward to pulling those out one busy weeknight!
This had beautiful flavor. Would definitely make this again.
Mmmm! So tasty! The slight changes I made were to use garlic powder and smoked paprika because that's what I had. Turned out really good over rice. The next day I had it on a flour tortilla with lettuce - so good! That's how I'll serve it next time.
This is so easy to prepare and so delicious!