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Marinate steak strips ... flour tortillas, salsa and lowfat yogurt or light sour cream. Makes 10 fajitas. Each fajita is 170 calories and 4.5 grams fat.

Heat oil and ... Spread spoonful of fajita mixture in middle ... tortillas, put in skillet without oil. Heat on each side 10 to 15 seconds. Makes 4 to 6 servings.

Cut the steak ... HINT: Don't make the tortilla too full or the fajita will fall apart. Boneless chicken breast strips can be substituted for the steak.

Beef flank steak cross cut 1/16 inch, or chicken breast, skinned, cut in the same manner; 5 ounce portion size. Serving 4 portions. Combine meat with ...

Mix together: 1/4 c. red wine vinegar 1/3 c. lime juice 1 tsp. sugar 1 tsp. oregano 1/2 tsp. pepper 1/4 tsp. cumin 3 cloves garlic Marinate meat ...

Brown sausage in a skillet. Add eggs, beaten with milk, cook until done. Warm tortillas. Serve mixture over tortillas, top with grated cheese (Colby, ...

Bake chicken breast (crockpot style if you're gone), skin it, bone it, then slice or chop into chucks. In hot skillet, add dab oil; toss in 1 sliced ...

Cut chicken into strips. Pour combined lime juice and jalapeno peppers over chicken; cover. Refrigerate 30 minutes; drain. Cook and stir onion and ...

Fry bacon in microwave and set aside. Fry potatoes or cook in microwave and chop and fry. When potatoes are almost done, scramble your eggs and ...

Place beef strips ... TIP: Chicken breasts can be substituted for the beef. Favorite condiments served with Fajitas are: Guacamole, salsa and/or sour cream.

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