What Are Birria Tacos?
The term "birria" comes from the Spanish word "birria," which means "immaterial things of no value or quality." It's a low-heat traditional ancestral soup or stew made with a mix of chili pepper-based goat meat adobo, garlic, cumin, bay leaf, and thyme. Unlike barbacoa, which is prepared underneath, birria is cooked in a pot over a long period of time. Goats can be replaced with beef, lamb, or sheep. It can be seasoned and served with onion, cilantro, and lime as a garnish. It's usually served with homemade corn tortillas.
What To Serve With Birria Tacos?
These birria tacos are delicious. If you wish to offer them as a side, you may serve them with handmade tortilla chips, Mexican rice, and birria tortilla soup.
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Birria Tacos:
How To Store Birria Tacos?
Mexican Birria Tacos (birria de res)keeps well in the freezer for up to three months. Depending on your preference, you can freeze the meat and soup separately or together. Additionally, you have the option of storing it in the fridge for up to five days, since vinegar will help prolong the shelf life of the dish.