Asado is a roast dish, and is a typical Argentine, Chilean and Uruguayan dish made with grilled beef. This cut could be used to prepare broth as well, which when grilled is particularly delicious.
Typical elements to the asado are the internal organs of the animal, including entrañas or achuras, as well as chorizo sausages, and blood sausages called morcillas. A very common condiment that often accompanies asado is chimmichurri which is made with fresh spices, oil, vinegar and lemon and applied at the end of cooking.
The asado (roast) is a typical Argentinian, Chilean and Uruguayan dish made with grilled beef. For preparation it could be used the cut for broth plate which, when grilled, is very tasty. To enhance the flavor and consistency, the meat must be slow-cooked for several hours.