Sizzling Tex-Mex Fajitas
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + marinating Grill: 10 min.
The flavor of the marinade was excellent, but when I make these again, I plan to fry the steaks in an iron skillet along with the marinade. I wasn't a fan of grilling the steaks because all the marinade and juices were lost, and I like fajitas with some sauciness. I did not like the flavor of the vegetables at all. It clashed badly with the meat and we didn't end up eating the veggies.
Easy way to make fajitas and vegetables. The marinade was very tasty, but my family prefers a little spicier and smokier flavor. Next time will add some fajita seasoning to the marinade. I also prefer my veggies grilled, but cooking them in the foil pouches is definitely a lot easier! Would encourage anyone who likes fajitas to try this recipe!Field Editor since 2013
I can't eat beef so I used chicken instead and OMG did it come out awesome!
I substituted chicken broth for the beef broth and substituted 2 Tbsp. dried minced onions for the garlic soup powder. My husband can't stop raving! FYI, crack a window, made the whole house smell of fajitas!1/14/2014 I used this marinade for venison this past weekend and we were blown away at how good this marinade is! This is my staple marinade. I make so many substitutions and it still has yet to fail us!
Great flavor. We've added to our list of fajita recipes. We used a flat iron steak and it came out very tender.
The 1st time I used Flank Steak instead, skirt steak was too tough when I tried it the 2nd time.
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