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Hispanic-Caribbean Sunday Skirt Steak

By Chef Adriana Urbina

Umami-rich skirt steak is the perfect vehicle for a marinade with sweet, sour, spicy, and smoky notes. The flavors combine to heighten, not overpower, the taste of the meat.

Umami-rich skirt steak is the perfect vehicle for a marinade with sweet, sour, spicy, and smoky notes. The flavors combine to heighten, not overpower, the taste of the meat.

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A Latin American family barbecue fave

“So much of my childhood was spent barbecuing with friends and family, and this dish perfectly captures those flavors. This is a marinade I use for casual cooking with the people I love; it adds a wonderful complexity to the deeply flavorful skirt steak.”

-Adriana Urbina

Spices in this Recipe Card

Adobo Chili Blend

Native to: Spain and Portugal

Adobo Chili is a blend of chiles, garlic, and cumin that, together, form a versatile flavor profile often found in Spanish and Portuguese cuisine.

Often considered the ultimate marinating blend (that was historically used to not just flavor meat but preserve it, too), the name adobo comes from the Spanish word adobar, which means “to marinade.”

Native to: Spain and Portugal
Chef and entrepreneur
Based in NYC

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Adriana Urbina

Adriana Urbina is a Venezuelan chef, entrepreneur and women’s advocate who believes cooking is a form of self-expression that elevates the human spirit and brings people together. She is the founder of Tepuy, a global series of pop-up dinners and virtual events. A three-time winner of Chopped, Adriana was previously Executive Chef at the James Beard-award winning NYC eatery De Maria.

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Breakfast, lunch, dinner – which one is best?
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I’ve always looked forward to waking up because I absolutely love breakfast!!! When I was a kid we used to have a big delicious breakfast all together and it was the best time of the day.

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What’s your favorite off-the-beaten-path spice you wish more people knew about?
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Juniper. I think it gives a very special ​piney ​flavor​ with hints of citrus. If you've had gin before, you'll recognize the distinct ​taste​ of ​juniper.

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You’re in charge of snacks for the road trip. What are you packing?
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Quality prosciutto, bread, a good selection of funky cheeses, lots of different fruits and vegetables, chips and guacamole, and roasted nuts.


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Grand Latin American

Tour the tastes of Latin America with these modernized regional favorites. There’s a dish for any occasion, with fantastic flavors from both sides of the Atlantic.

By Chef Adriana Urbina
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