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Sizzling Steak Fajitas

Sizzling Steak Fajitas


Make this restaurant favorite at home

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Sizzling steak fajitas are a classic staple for any Tex-Mex restaurant. Roll these up in warm tortillas and top them with guacamole, pico de gallo and sour cream.

Ingredients

For the rub:

  • 2 Teaspoons ground cumin
  • 1 Teaspoon ancho chile powder
  • 2 Teaspoons salt
  • 1 Teaspoon fresh ground pepper

For the marinade:

  • 2 Teaspoons lemon zest
  • 1/4 Cup fresh lemon juice
  • Extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 large garlic cloves, minced

For the veggies:

  • 1 large red or yellow onion, halved and sliced
  • 2 orange, red or yellow bell peppers, seeded and sliced about 1/4 inch thick
  • 1 green bell pepper, seeded and sliced 1/4 inch thick
  • 1 jalapeño or 2 serrano chiles, minced
  • 2 large garlic cloves, minced
  • 1/4 Cup chopped cilantro
  • 4 large flour tortillas

Servings6

Calories Per Serving498

Folate equivalent (total)107µg27%

Riboflavin (B2)0.5mg39.4%


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


Fajitas are a combination of Mexican and American cuisine from the skillets of cowboys and vaqueros.

In the 1930s, ranch owners along the Texas-Mexico border paid their ranch hands in part with skirt steak. The rancheros grilled the steak with sizzling, local vegetables to make the first fajitas.

Fajitas remained a regional secret until 1969 when a Texas meat vendor opened a roadside fajita stand. Soon, fajitas were in Mexican restaurants throughout the Rio Grande Valley—now, restaurants across the U.S. serve them to millions of people.

Our GOYA® Fajitas use zesty vegetables and flavorful skirt steak to recall the adventurousness that inspired the original dish. Try them at home today!


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