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Chicken or Steak Fajitas
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Description:
Fajitas using meat, onion and green pepper.

Source:
K. Goins

Serves/Makes:4

Ingredients
  • 8 flour tortillas
  • strips of beef (sirloin steak preferred) or chicken (breast)
  • strips of green pepper
  • strips of onion
  • olive oil
  • salsa if desired
  • sour cream if desired
Preparation
  • Cut sirloin steak (or chicken breast meat) into strips.
  • Cut 1 sweet onion into strips.
  • Cut 1 green pepper into strips.
  • Heat olive oil in skillet and warm flour tortillas in microwave or oven (at low heat) according to directions on package.
  • Brown onion and green pepper in the olive oil until soft.
  • Remove onion and green pepper and set aside.
  • Cook beef or chicken in olive oil until done.
  • Return onion and green pepper to the skillet with the meat and mix well.
  • Place meat/veggie mixture in the center of a warm flour tortilla and fold ends over.
Comments
These fajitas are simple to make and are delicious. The first fajitas we ever ate were in San Antonio, Texas and this is how they made them. Salsa, shredded cheese, or sour cream may be added to meat/veggie mixture if desired. We like ours with just the meat, onions and green peppers.

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