Definition of "machaca" [machaca]

  • A dish prepared from meat baked, simmered and then dried, originating from north Mexico. (noun)
  • A type of planthopper from Central and South America, taxonomic name Fulgora laternaria. (noun)

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Use "machaca" in a sentence
  • "Just saying that machaca is the dried meat of choice here because of the northern Sonora influence I guess."
  • "I have never found this kind of machaca in the US."
  • "I brought half of the machaca home with me, and tonight made "roast beef" hash that was sooo excellent!"
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