Tampico-Style Steak Combo Recipe… Thin slices of seared beef tenderloin are served with poblano rajas, avocado slices, irresistible grilled slices of panela cheese, and warm corn tortillas to tuck it all into.
Carne a la Tampiqueña is a classic dish from Mexico city featuring tender butterflied beef tenderloin. In this quick and easy version of the dish, sautéed strips of onions and roasted poblano top the steak for a fresh and tasty garnish.
Tampiqueña Steaks With Grilled Avocados by Muy Bueno. The word “tampiqueña” refers to a Mexican style of cooking steak. This recipe originated from the Tampico Club in Mexico City in 1939 and is still a very popular recipe today.