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Default Mollejas (sweetbread) tacos

Hoyt Man taught me how to make em, and they have become my favorite. A lot of people get grossed out by the looks of them raw and while cooking, but the final result is awesome.
Hereís how I do them.
Season them up with whatever you want. I use Chupacabra Special Blend. Make a makeshift foil pan from 2 pieces of foil folded several times in the middle. Put seasoned sweetbreads in foil with a stick or so of salted butter. Cook over direct coals flipping them every once in a while until butter is almost gone. (This is basically boiling them in butter). Then take them out and put them directly on the grate to firm them up. When they have a pretty good crust, lightly baste with BBQ sauce. I use Sweet Baby Rays Honey Chipotle. Slice up, put on a corn tortilla with whatever you want to dress em with.












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I can make myself sick eating too many of those...tripas done right makes a good partner.
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Hmmm. I've been tempted, but have not yet convinced myself to cook up a batch.
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Hmmm. I've been tempted, but have not yet convinced myself to cook up a batch.

Come on down the road and Iíll cook you some. Lol
Iím a very picky person and I love them


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Old 05-03-2021, 05:18 PM   #5
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I can make myself sick eating too many of those...tripas done right makes a good partner.

Iíve had tripas once and they werenít bad. But of course, a lot of adult beverages were consumed beforehand. Lol


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Maybe I should cook up a batch at Bownanza. Lol


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Love them! Yours look waaaay better than mine.
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Old 05-03-2021, 05:49 PM   #8
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Looks really good!!! May need to give that way a try.

This is exactly how I do it and copied this to a T.

https://youtu.be/D31EDsKNasw


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Maybe I should cook up a batch at Bownanza. Lol
THAT would make a great breakfast start to the day...hmm??
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THAT would make a great breakfast start to the day...hmm??

Yes it would! But weíre first leaving the house Saturday morning. But just say the word and Iíll bring everything to whoop some up during the day.


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When I was young my grandma would fry them in cornmeal like fish.
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Old 05-03-2021, 07:47 PM   #12
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When I was young my grandma would fry them in cornmeal like fish.

Iíve heard that too, but never tried them that way. Iím sure theyíre just as good.


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Hmmm. I've been tempted, but have not yet convinced myself to cook up a batch.


You are missing out . Great eating ,just like calf fries . People love them till they find out what they are .
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**** that looks good!
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Yes it would! But weíre first leaving the house Saturday morning. But just say the word and Iíll bring everything to whoop some up during the day.
No twisting my arm as I'm in with both feet, but unfortunately in no place to give any go ahead...we are several hours away being in the valley & don't have any muscle with the needed hardware to help arrange. If anyone has any ideas, I'm game.
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No twisting my arm as I'm in with both feet, but unfortunately in no place to give any go ahead...we are several hours away being in the valley & don't have any muscle with the needed hardware to help arrange. If anyone has any ideas, I'm game.

No need. Me and my better half can get it done. Iíll just have to approve it with the TBH bosses. Iím not even sure of what/how many cooking teams will be participating. I couldnít volunteer for any teams because I wasnít sure until last week if weíd even be able to make it.


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Yours looks really good Jason.
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Those look awesome!!
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Thanks fellas. My favorite to cook.
Believe me, Iím a picky SOB and when Alan made them, Iíve never heard of sweetbreads. After I saw them when he put them on the pit, I said there ainít no way in hell Iím eating that crap.
Look at me now. Lol



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Old 05-03-2021, 09:01 PM   #20
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Default Mollejas (sweetbread) tacos

I had some sweetbreads included with the most recent cow my dad took to be butchered. The butchers admitted they were disappointed we asked for them. Apparently most people donít know to keep them and the butcher loves them.

Iím hoping to do a similar recipe with them once everything is ready to pick up.

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I also had him keep every organ the butcher would package for me, so Iím excited to play around with everything. Whatever I donít eat will go into raw dog food for the GSP.


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I had some sweetbreads included with the most recent cow my dad took to be butchered. The butchers admitted they were disappointed we asked for them. Apparently most people donít know to keep them and the butcher loves them.

Iím hoping to do a similar recipe with them once everything is ready to pick up.

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I also had him keep every organ the butcher would package for me, so Iím excited to play around with everything. Whatever I donít eat will go into raw dog food for the GSP.


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I hear ya!
Iím on a few Facebook bbq groups and Iím always wanting to try something different thatís weird to a lot of folks. Saw the other day a guy cooked a bunch of beef tongue (lengua). Thatíll be my next adventure.


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No need. Me and my better half can get it done. Iíll just have to approve it with the TBH bosses. Iím not even sure of what/how many cooking teams will be participating. I couldnít volunteer for any teams because I wasnít sure until last week if weíd even be able to make it.
Brother I don't want to be out of line as I'm happy to be a pawn in the party, but don't see the grilling of breads to be any different than ribs / wings / gator...you just may start something that steam rolls in the future.

This year at deer camp was crazy outstanding with a traditional Juanita's canned Menudo on sunday AM...almost as good as mom's.
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Iím on a few Facebook bbq groups and Iím always wanting to try something different thatís weird to a lot of folks. Saw the other day a guy cooked a bunch of beef tongue (lengua). Thatíll be my next adventure.


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Lengua is delicious when cooked correctly. Boil the whole thing for a short time so the tough outer sheath softens and can be cut away. After that, you can do dang near anything with it.


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Looking good Gabler....Breezy's Dad used to make them at the deer lease when we were in HS/college and I loved them. Been awhile since I had them
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My favorite right there.
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Looking good Gabler....Breezy's Dad used to make them at the deer lease when we were in HS/college and I loved them. Been awhile since I had them

Weíll be making these at next years Bownanza. You better quit making excuses and be there then. Lol


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. Yes Dad! They would go really good with beer and dove hunting
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Thanks for the compliment Jason! I grew up eating sweetbreads, they was almost free back in the day and just like fajitas everyone figured out how good they was and the price jumped up!! Cooking sweetbreads is one of my favorite thugs to cook for picky eaters because 97% will say they look nasty but will try them and 90% will become addicted to them!!
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We boil them with salt and garlic, then filet them and grill on hot coals. Tortillas and salsa.
Mmmmm
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We had a crawfish boil this weekend. When we pulled the crawfish out we threw the mollejas in the pot for about 30 minutes then grilled them over a hot fire. Iím gonna try doing them in the instapot with crawfish seasoning then grill them next time
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We had a crawfish boil this weekend. When we pulled the crawfish out we threw the mollejas in the pot for about 30 minutes then grilled them over a hot fire. Iím gonna try doing them in the instapot with crawfish seasoning then grill them next time

That sounds good!
I boil in butter, you boil in seafood boil. Bet it adds a spicy flavor


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Mollejas what is that!!!!!
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favorite combination, Mollejas, tripas and machitos with a cold Modelo !!!!
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Old 06-01-2021, 09:34 AM   #35
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That looks good! I never tried cooking them, just bought them made at the "carniceria"...I'll have to try your recipe. Thanks for sharing!
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That looks good! I never tried cooking them, just bought them made at the "carniceria"...I'll have to try your recipe. Thanks for sharing!

Yessir!!
My favorite to make. Made some Sunday again for the holiday crowd.



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Man I miss working in the deer Park area...tacos were on point. Thanks for sharing the recipe, gonna give these a shot


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Those things look pretty chewy, are they, never had them ?
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Those things look pretty chewy, are they, never had them ?

Depends on how long you cook them. If not cooked long enough, they will have a rubbery texture. The last batch I made, I cooked them in the butter for a lot longer than I usually do, and some almost fell apart when slicing.


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Iíve never had the opportunity to eat them...but Iíd try most anything at least once. They look great! I agree that next yearís Nanza would be a good venue to sample them Jason. 😛
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Iíve never had the opportunity to eat them...but Iíd try most anything at least once. They look great! I agree that next yearís Nanza would be a good venue to sample them Jason.

Itís in the works


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I love them, and get them at a meat market for breakfast in La Porte, Tx. after working graveyards. They WERE my wife's favorite tacos..., until she found out what they really were.
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I love them, and get them at a meat market for breakfast in La Porte, Tx. after working graveyards. They WERE my wife's favorite tacos..., until she found out what they really were.

Try this place when you get a chance

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Will do, Thanks!
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I love them, and get them at a meat market for breakfast in La Porte, Tx. after working graveyards. They WERE my wife's favorite tacos..., until she found out what they really were.

I canít get my wife to eat them anymore. She loved them until she figured out what they really was .
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Yes sir, same here. She'd want them every chance I got to stop by after working nights.
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Old 06-21-2021, 09:22 PM   #48
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Good stuff for sure. Had it many other ways but this is a first. Go recipe now! Thanks


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Those look awesome!! Need to try this.
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