Carne al disco (No Reservations Argentina)
Breaking the obvious rule of never watching food TV while hungry, I was watching a No Reservations rerun tonight and now Must. Have. This. Recipe.
Tony ate a dish he referred to as Carne al Disco at a cabin in Argentina. It looked simple enough - slices of beef, garlic, peppers, and oil in some sort of wide cast iron pan, but they didn't show the whole thing. There is undoubtedly another ingredient because the final result looked like something dairy had been added (the color had changed). They ate it on bread - it looked amazing.
Anyone eaten this before? Truly a traditional dish or just good TV? What are the mysterious missing ingredients, or is the dish really just a method?