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Old 11-04-2012, 06:55 PM   #11
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If you didn't clean them correctly the bad stuff will also be in the flesh itself.

But even if there is fecal matter in it, you likely have disinfected it.
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Old 11-04-2012, 06:56 PM   #12
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One of my favorite way to use chives is this.

Pa Jun or Korean Scallion Pancakes #SundaySupper

Just replace the scallions with chives.
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:06 PM   #13
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Pajeon is one of my favorite things. Especially kimchi pajeon.

I have three big chive plants in my garden. I can't think of many things they don't go into

They went into homemade hot sauce about 3 hours ago.
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:24 PM   #14
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Can't help you with the intestines, but as for chives, they're lovely as a garnish, (flowers too), in any egg dish, in salads, dips, and to chew on as is. They're delicate, so I wouldn't use them as a cooked onion sub, but I would chop and add them to just about anything fresh. They make a nice tie for spring rolls. I have several patches of chives, and can always find a use for them.
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:18 PM   #15
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It is beef tripas not tripe though. Initially, I was just as confused as you all are. Lol


I have that recipe now, thank you.

A couple of more questions, please:

1. Should I add ground beef to the tacos since I have a feel that they will have spongy feel to them when I chew them?

2. Instead of the ingredients posted, can I just use: tomatoes, salsa, habanero peppers, spinach, onions, and avocados ?

3. What do I do with the fresh chives I bought?

4. What do I do with the soup of tripas? What about the fat skimmed from that soup?

Tacos de Tripa (Tripe Tacos) | BigOven
1. I would add strips of beef, the ground beef might be a bit strange with the tripas. You could also crumb and deep fry the tripas for a pleasant texture.

2. Taste as you go, there's no hard and fast rules to cooking. It's all good if the flavour is good.

3. Fresh chives can be used in your salsa or added to another dish. Chives are great chopped for salad and even on grilled cheese.

4. If you feel the soup is tainted from not cleaning the tripas correctly I would suggest you throw it out and cut your losses. Rather lose and and use the next batch once you're more familiar with using tripas.
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:52 AM   #16
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If you didn't clean them correctly the bad stuff will also be in the flesh itself.

But even if there is fecal matter in it, you likely have disinfected it.
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4. If you feel the soup is tainted from not cleaning the tripas correctly I would suggest you throw it out and cut your losses. Rather lose and and use the next batch once you're more familiar with using tripas.
I would take my chances but it’s just water so I’ll just throw it out. I’ll keep the fat though and use it like I’d use fat oil from bacon or some other meat.

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You could also crumb and deep fry the tripas for a pleasant texture.
Great idea! I am doing that right now and I will put the chives in the salsa I bought. Great forum this is! :)
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I would take my chances but itís just water so Iíll just throw it out. Iíll keep the fat though and use it like Iíd use fat oil from bacon or some other meat.


Great idea! I am doing that right now and I will put the chives in the salsa I bought. Great forum this is! :)
Glad I could help Just remember that anything derived from organ meat will go bad faster. Use within a few days. Don't keep the fat too long.
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If you didn't clean them correctly the bad stuff will also be in the flesh itself.

But even if there is fecal matter in it, you likely have disinfected it.
Jenny, you just confirmed what I was thinking. Disinfected fecal matter? Not even if I was starving.
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