Stolen "Al Pastor" Tacos

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All of the credit goes to @MossDarkness as I saw the post and was simply beside myself. The ugly part was I had to wait a few weeks before I had the time to make the cook.

Well, yesterday was a good day. I can't put it into words describing how flavorful and tender this was. Easy to make as well.

As noted by @MossDarkness the recipe link is here hey-Grill-hey

I didn't have a Brazilian vertical Skewer so I made my own (I like it better than the ones available at the store).

Enjoy!

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Dman son!! That looks good...🤤🤤🤤🤤🤘🤘

Is this spicy? Wife can't have spicy. Black pepper is to spicy just a guahe as to what is to spicy for her....
 

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Looks great! What is the spike you used on your homemade trompo?
 

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Very impressed!
 

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I didn't have a Brazilian vertical Skewer so I made my own (I like it better than the ones available at the store).
What did you use for the spike? Looks stainless; was it pre-threaded?
 

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That looks amazing, who can say no to a mountain of meat!

Is there a Swiss Army Knife of BBQ gadgets, I am getting more Amazon packages than my wife! 😬
 

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Not crazy spicy but the marinade is made with several different chili peppers.
How about sharing your marinade. The smoke looks awesome. I'm sitting here with my morning coffee (aka Covfefe) and my mouth is watering. One of the best posts I've seen since acquiring my RT-700. Looking at your workbench, I see the tumbler in the background. Hope you use that for tumbling brass with (stainless steel pins) as opposed to rocks.
 
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Woohoo, glad you gave it a try. Looks awesome. If you have any leftovers it makes great fried rice btw!
 
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My mouth is watering just looking at the Pictures!!! Looks amazing!
 

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All of the credit goes to @MossDarkness as I saw the post and was simply beside myself. The ugly part was I had to wait a few weeks before I had the time to make the cook.

Well, yesterday was a good day. I can't put it into words describing how flavorful and tender this was. Easy to make as well.

As noted by @MossDarkness the recipe link is here hey-Grill-hey

I didn't have a Brazilian vertical Skewer so I made my own (I like it better than the ones available at the store).

Enjoy!

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Hot damn man. Great job.
 

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How about sharing your marinade. The smoke looks awesome. I'm sitting here with my morning coffee (aka Covfefe) and my mouth is watering. One of the best posts I've seen since acquiring my RT-700. Looking at your workbench, I see the tumbler in the background. Hope you use that for tumbling brass with (stainless steel pins) as opposed to rocks.

Tumbler is definitely not for rocks.

The marinade is posted in several areas of this post.
Recipe
 

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Reduce the heat but keep the flavor by removing all the seeds and veins. Alternatively you can try even milder chilis like Kashmiri or many others. Compare scoville ratings.
 

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