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Serves 6 Ingredients: 3- 4 lbs. boneless lean lamb meat (shoulder or leg is perfect)(use beef, pork, veal, goat, or any other red meat you like) 2 sliced onions 5 …
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  1. Crystal Hansen
    Crystal Hansen says:

    Hi my name is crystal! I was wondering if you could give me the recipe for 50 people! This will be my first time making it! And your looks like it it's the best I can find!

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  2. Igor Atakhanov
    Igor Atakhanov says:

    Hey Sandy, great video. I was wondering what kind of chilies you used. I see that blended chillies are a common ingredient in Mexican stews. I have cooked with canned Chipotles, and it made the stew very very spicy. How do you make sure things don't get too hot?

    Thanks

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  3. Fearless Girl
    Fearless Girl says:

    Gracias Sandy, me encanta que lo has esplicado de una manera super facil 🙂  Una pregunta, que recomiendas si no me gusta muy picante? Solo usar menos chiles? 

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  4. persy escamilla
    persy escamilla says:

    WOOOOOOW ES RICA CIERTO SE PARESE A LA DE GUADALAJARA X QUE SOY DE,ALLÍ CIERTO LA BIRRIA ES RIQUÍSIMA ME QUEDO SIN,PALABRAS UN PLATILLO MEXICANO 100 X CIENTO SIN DUDA RICOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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  5. Easy Cooking with Sandy
    Easy Cooking with Sandy says:

    I love all kinds of birria, the flavor is really similar, my favorite is Lamb, but goat is great too, they do taste different from pork and beef! Thank you so much for watching! I really appreciate your time!

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  6. Easy Cooking with Sandy
    Easy Cooking with Sandy says:

    Thank you Ken! we always cook a lot of food for the holidays, there is always people stopping by all the time! even in a regular day, there is always enough food to feed at least a dozen, everyone stops by and grabs whatever they want…I guess that's how we are in Mexico… my mom doesn't like cooking for 4, she really enjoys making big meals all the time! 😀 Thanks again for stopping by! I appreciate your time and support!

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  7. Easy Cooking with Sandy
    Easy Cooking with Sandy says:

    Thank you Anne! I love this recipe, it is delicious and it doesn't get any easier that placing all the ingredients in the pot! making the sauce is fairly simple too! That day we cooked Tamales, Birria and Frijoles Charros (ranch style bean stew), we started cooking around noon and we were done by 3:30pm, the tamales took most of the time, The birria and the beans were done in no time! Anyway, I'm just rambling, Now i want to go back to Mexico! :Thanks for stopping by and for all your support!

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  8. EZGlutenFree
    EZGlutenFree says:

    Oh Sandy you've outdone yourself with this one. Impressive. It looks amazing. I gotta get the special pot or steamer rack before I can make this one. You're right it does look like you've been in the kitchen all day. It must have been quite a New Year celebration.

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