Suadero is a thin cut of meat from the part of the cow or pig between the belly and the leg. It is used in Mexican cooking. Suadero is known for its smooth texture instead of a grainy one. Most of the time, suadero is fried and put in tacos. Suadero, also called macabrely, is a thin cut of beef that comes from between the skin and the ribs in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay. It is similar to flank steak. Instead of beef, pork is often used in Mexico.