Steak fajitas my way. This is my easy and spicy Mexican chicken fajitas. Fajitas are a big favorite in our family whether they are chicken or beef. In this recipe video I will show you how to make and cook an easy and.
My steak fajitas recipe is perfect for easy meal prep to make weeknight meals even easier! To meal prep my steak fajitas, I slice my peppers and onion and make my marinade. Then, I place the veggies in one bag, the steak in another bag, add this tasty marinade to each bag, then zip it all up tight and give it a shake. You can cook Steak fajitas my way using 11 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Steak fajitas my way
- You need 1 of yellow onion sliced thin.
- Prepare 1 of red pepper sliced.
- It’s 1 of green pepper sliced.
- Prepare 2 of large cloves of garlic chopped.
- It’s 1/2 bunch of cilantro chopped up fine and divided.
- It’s 2 of limes juiced divided.
- You need 2 tbsp of chili powder.
- You need 1 tsp of ground Cummins.
- It’s 1 package of tortillas.
- You need 1 of small can of chipotle peppers in Adobe sauce.for garnish.
- Prepare 1.25 lbs of flank steak trimmed of fat sliced.
Fajitas are traditionally made from skirt steak, a flap of meat that hangs down in the area of the cow known as the plate — near the belly. The meat boasts a rich flavor that's quite beefy and buttery. Skirt steak isn't terribly tender, but its coarse texture soaks up tenderizing marinades readily. When you prep the beef for grilling or searing, don't trim off too much fat from the steak.
Steak fajitas my way step by step
- Add steak chili powder ground Cummins 1lime juiced and half of cilantro and 2 tbsp of oil. Roll it up fridge or freezer.
- Add onions garlic and pepper's 2 tbsp of oil in large skillet medium heat. Add remaining cilantro and juice of 1 lime.
- Allow to cook over medium heat combine steak with remaining marinade until cooked to your liking. Me personally I add 2 large tsp of cornstarch to 2 oz. Of cold water to thicken at end.
- Serve on tortillas with cheese and sour cream and me chipotle peppers on cheese and then the sour cream. Enjoy with a cold beer and a half of lime squeezed into your beer.
Be sure to CLICK the BELL ICON to get my latest videos. Flank steak and skirt steak are the best cuts of beef for fajitas. I prefer to use flank steak (pictured above). Whichever cut of beef you use, make sure to cut it as thinly as possibly to prevent it from being too chewy. To cook the flank or skirt steak, heat a large skillet or grill pan over medium-high heat.