Serves 8 to 10

When we lived in Fort Pierce, there was an awesome taco restaurant, Antojitos Mexicanos, that served up THE best authentic tacos. The corn tortillas were made fresh, the meat simmered for hours, and the homemade salsa (green or red) came hot or hotter. I typically ordered the barbacoa or carnitas tacos, and this recipe is my take on the former. The best part about this recipe? You can make the beef in the Instant Pot. Don’t have an Instant Pot? That’s okay. I’ve also provided instructions on how to make it in a slow cooker. Top these babies with Pickled Red Onions (see my previous post or use sliced red onion if you’d rather), crumbled cotija cheese, fresh cilantro, avocado, and a squeeze of lime, and you’ve got yourself a taco party.