The discada is a very popular dish in northern Mexico. The story goes that a peasant who plowed the land decided to use the disks of the worn plows, like a comal, to prepare his food there and together with other workers, they gathered the food that each one had to make it more. In the end, a jumble of meat was left on a disk that they placed on mesquite branches and hot logs, and when they tasted it, they were pleasantly surprised.
This taco is always served in a flour tortilla. A mixture of roast meats on a disk belonging to a plow machine, hence the name of said stew.
A mix of different meats, served with Pico de gallo and read sauce.