Brazilian.. oh man. I had a tough time with this one. I searched and searched for recipes and nothing really sounded that delicious; nothing struck my fancy in terms of taste buds or learning a new technique. I feel like I sorta copped out on this one and found something that didn't necessarily feel all the Brazilian, but whatever. It was absolutely delicious.
I cubed the beef loin and marinated it olive oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper and onion.
The cubed loin was then skewered with squares of Hempler's pepper bacon between each cube.
I used the same recipe for the green onion slaw that I made with the Tequila Lime Chicken a few weeks back but this time I made it directly according to the recipe (last time I was kinda winging it!). It was more beautiful this time, but it wasn't as tasty. Not quite sure why... perhaps it was the extra Serrano pepper, perhaps it was more green onion, the real red wine vinegar (instead of red wine and white vinegar), or the forgotten salt and pepper... anyway, it wasn't disgusting, just not as awesome as last time.
The beef skewers grilled up nicely and were so juicy!
We had some of our favorite dinner guests over and they brought some very tasty mashed potatoes to add to the mix. Given the extreme spice of the slaw, they were the perfect compliment.
It was a pretty plate and a flavorful meal. Maybe I don't hate Brazilian after all. :)