- From Spanish machacar (to crush) (Wiktionary)
“Just saying that machaca is the dried meat of choice here because of the northern Sonora influence I guess.”
“I have never found this kind of machaca in the US.”
“I brought half of the machaca home with me, and tonight made "roast beef" hash that was sooo excellent!”
“I've understood that all machaca was dried, by definition.”
“We've had machaca everyway from melt in your mouth supurb to break your teeth gristle and I'm thinking diy might be the way to go.”
“Place the hand shredded machaca flatiron on top of the tomalito.”
“Place a small spoon of FF sour cream on to of the machaca garnish with slivered green onions.”
“Having suddenly lost her appetite, she pushed her machaca aside and leaned back in her chair.”
“Sr. Juan, V. machaca desde muchos días sobre que le debo dar alguna orden á Don José, pues para darles gusto á ambos salúdemele V. mucho”
“We'd rather have a cocktail than a sting ray any day, especially as a nightcap after eating machaca de mantarraya, a Mexican meal of dried ray.”
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