Beef Alambre Tacos


Beef Alambre Tacos

With House Made Morita Sauce and Guacamole
Beef, Gluten Free
Colibrí brings you their famous Beef Alambre to create your own tacos at home! Enjoy mozzarella cheese, house made morita sauce, and guacamole in handmade corn tortillas. Make your own tacos for a light and healthy meal!
Serves 2-3
•   Easy Prep
•   Ready in 10 Minutes



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  • 440g Top Sirloin with Pepper Mix
  • 9 Handmade Corn Tortillas
  • 8oz Mozzarella Cheese
  • 8oz Onion and Cilantro Mix
  • 125mL Morita Sauce
  • 1 Avocado
  • 1 Tomato
  • 3 Limes
  • 1 Serrano Pepper


Knife, Pan, Spatula, Salt


To make the Guacamole, slice the Avocado in half, remove the pit, and scoop it into a mixing bowl. Use a fork to gently mash the Avocado, leaving it a bit chunky. Chop the Tomato, using both the inner and outer skin but not using the seeds and centre of the Tomato to avoid extra moisture. Chop the Serrano Pepper, using your desired amount of Serrano Pepper depending on the level of spice for your guacamole. Squeeze 1 Lime, and add one pack of the  Onion and Cilantro Mix, Tomatoes, Serrano Pepper, Lime Juice, and Salt to taste, and stir together.

In a pan, add some oil and cook the Steak to your likeness. Add Salt to taste, then add Cheese and let it melt while mixing it together with the Steak.

Heat a dry cast iron griddle or large non-stick skillet. Sprinkle some water on each side of the Tortilla. Place each Tortilla into the dry pan and warm over medium-high heat for about 15-30 seconds on each side. Place them into a tortillero or a clean kitchen towel to keep them warm and soft while enjoying your meal.

On a plate, place the warmed Tortillas, add the cooked Steak, and garnish your tacos with the second pack of Onion and Cilantro Mix, and Guacamole. Buen Provecho, Amigos!

Optional: Add Morita Sauce (medium-hot) to your tacos for extra heat.

Note: If you would like some extra acidity, squeeze some Lime on your tacos.

Elia Herrera

Executive Chef