Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and gently fold everything together. Cover and let stand for 1 hour to allow the flavors to marry.
Mexican Oregano, also referred to as wild marjoram, is a dried herb with a strong, aromatic flavor. It was a staple in Aaróron Sanchez's childhood home in El Paso. When his mother was growing up on a northern Mexican ranch, the cattle used to graze on wild oregano, and as a result, the meat had a subtle oregano flavor.
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