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In skillet saute pepper in salad oil. Add fajita mix - follow ... of package. Add steak - cook until ... simmer. Serve on warmed tortilla shells. Excellent!!
Cut sirloin tip steak into thin strips. ... vegetables helps season meat. Serve on flour (brown) tortillas. Top with sour cream, lettuce and tomatoes (optional).
Mix garlic, salt and pepper with meat strips. Heat pan and cook meat along for 5 minutes, stirring mixture and add all vegetables. Cook with meat 5 ...
Cut beef with ... pepper, then pour fajitas into a serving ... to taste. Fold up and eat out of hand. Accompany with salsa, if desired. Makes 4 servings.
Place beef strips ... Makes 4 servings. TIP: Chicken breasts ... the beef. Favorite condiments served with Fajitas are: Guacamole, salsa and/or sour cream.
Mix oil, chili and garlic powder, salt and pepper. Prick meat with fork. Pour mixture over meat. Cover and refrigerate at least 8 hours to marinate. ...
Combine in large skillet 3 tablespoons oil and sirloin steak cut into strips. ... top of first side. Serve with Spanish rice. Makes enough for 6 people.
Marinate the beef in the seasonings for at least 1 hour before cooking. In large skillet heat oil, cook meat until it is tender, add vegetables and ...
Mariande: Mix lemon and lime juices with oil, oregano and garlic. Spread on each side of meat. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Turn once. Grill meat ...
Marinate steak strips in orange ... tortillas, salsa and lowfat yogurt or light sour cream. Makes 10 fajitas. Each fajita is 170 calories and 4.5 grams fat.
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