Hey there guys! Today I'm going to share a recipe to a dish called 'Discada' that my Uncle Paco shared with me during Christmas. I think I first tasted Discada when I was about 11 or so, and I've loved it ever since. I will caution you though, it's heavy on the meat so this definitely is NOT vegetarian friendly. This dish is originally supposed to be cooked on a plow disk, out in the open, using propane but can be made just as easily indoors.
Meat: Ham, turkey slices, hot dogs, carne asada meat
Vegetables: green bell pepper, red bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, tomatos, onion, mushrooms, pineapple
First prepare all your meats and vegetables. Make sure you prepare them on different surfaces . Over a medium heat, you're going to cook all your meats first starting with the one that will release the most juices (carne asada meat), next will go your ham, hot dogs and finally the turkey. Each time you introduce a new meat, you'll want to move the cooked meat out to the side of the pan.
Next, you'll add your vegetables starting the ones that need the most cooking, all peppers. Then mushrooms, pineapples, tomatos, and finally onion.
Once those are mostly complete, add a small can of tomato sauce to the mixture and maybe about a quarter of a cup of water so that everything can continue to cook. Cover and let simmer for about 10 minutes to ensure everything is cooked, and you're ready to eat.
I've always eaten it with tortillas but I'm sure you can scoop some into a bolillo and make a sandwich out of it.
Have you ever had discada before? If not, I H\hope you give it a try. If you do, tell me what you think about it.