Fajita Skillet Recipe

Winter Fiesta Recipes


South-of-the-Border Chowder
This filling South-of-the-Border Chowder comes together in no time. Loaded with potatoes, the combination of sweet corn and pearl onions, smoky bacon and lots of spice has a scrumptious Southwestern flavor.
—Tonya Burkhard, Cape Coral, Florida

Beef Quesadillas with Salsa
These easy, cheesy Beef Quesadillas with Salsa are packed with beef and topped with pineapple salsa. And because it's a little sweet and not too spicy, they are very kid-friendly.
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Mexican Chicken Sandwiches
These lively Mexican Chicken Sandwiches have a special feel with grilled bread and savory melted cheese, but they come together in less than 30 minutes!
—Samantha Anhalt, Redford Township, Michigan

Salmon with Sweet Salsa
After years of not eating salmon, I tasted it one night at a formal dinner, where it was served with a sweet topping that I really liked. After experimenting on my own, I came up with this sweet, spicy combo that's become a favorite. I serve Salmon with Sweet Salsa with fried rice I pick up on my way home from work.
—Rebecca Reece, Henderson, Nevada

Fajita Skillet
This amazing Fajita Skillet recipe gives you authentic fajita flavor in 30 minutes without using a mix! And pineapple and tomato combine for a real treat that will have everybody coming back for seconds.
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Southwestern Egg Rolls
I brought these Southwestern Egg Rolls to a church potluck and everybody loved them. The recipe makes a large amount, but there were no leftovers! For those looking to trim calories, use a 50%-less-fat sausage and fry in canola oil. These egg rolls also freeze well. They can be made ahead and fried frozen for quick convenience.
—Jacqueline Bower, Washington, Iowa

Mexican-Style Ravioli
This easy, hearty Mexican-Style Ravioli uses up leftover diced tomatoes, black beans, and spinach from earlier in the week so there's no waste.
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Tortilla Tips

Have an opened package of tortillas in the refrigerator? Here are some sweet and savory ways to use them up in a jiffy:

  • Brush the tortillas with butter and sprinkle with herbs or cinnamon-sugar. Bake on a cookie sheet until crisp.
  • Make a breakfast burrito by spooning scrambled eggs and salsa down the center of the tortilla and rolling up. You could also add shredded cheese and sour cream.
  • Spread peanut butter, apple butter and cream cheese on a tortilla and roll it up for a quick snack sandwich. Eat it cold or heated in the microwave.
  • For a quick quesadilla, spread shredded cheese and salsa on a tortilla and top with another tortilla. Pop it in the oven and bake until cheese melts. Cut into wedges and serve warm.
  • Let tortillas dry on racks until brittle, then crumble into small pieces to use on soups or salads in place of croutons.