28 Reviews

These were super! Karen, you do have a way with Mexican food! I used sirloin steak and the red onion, and added a little minced garlic. Served this with a jicama salad and Mexican soup. Thank you Karen, we will use this one a lot!

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MizzNezz May 06, 2002

This was easy to prepare and quick cooking. The flavors were very nice too. I served this with Mexican Vegetarian Casserole(Mexican Vegetarian Casserole). I will make this again! Thank you for sharing this recipe!

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Chicagopm March 30, 2003

What can I say...we loved these. I added a clove of garlic (being conservative) and it tasted great. The kids want me to make these again. They weren't to spicy, but just right.

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heather in Ont, January 12, 2003

We had these last night for dinner. What a quick, easy and tasty recipe. I did add mushrooms but that was the only change. I will make these often. Thanks for sharing!!

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Bonnie Young April 27, 2002

Very tasty-I tend to be a "traditional" Mexican cook, and I really liked this recipe. I did use pre-cooked pork so I cut the oil down, and although I was leary of using Worcestershire sauce it was a very nice suprise addition. My daughter will be taking this recipe to her cooking class in middle school-suffice it to say this was a hit! Thanks Karen.

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Dib's February 10, 2002

This was a really good recipe that everyone enjoyed. Not really spicy but it's a good all around flavor that you expect from a fajita. I did add a little tabasco and I served it with pepper jack cheese, so it was spicy enough. When I make it again, however, I think I will forget adding the water and just marinate the seasonings into the meat for a while before cooking. With the water I added, then the juices coming off the meat I couldn't cook the majority of the liquid off before my peppers started getting too soft. So most of the flavor was in the bottom of the bowl. Thanks!

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Narshmellow July 09, 2003

A great low sodium alternative recipe. It fits right in with my DASH diet. I made it with pork and it turned out perfect. I may hold back on the spices a bit next time for my toddler. Thank you so much for an easy option to the fajita spice packets I had been using!

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LEGG September 22, 2003

Thanks Karen! My husband really loved your fajita recipe! He's a very picky eater and he raved about this meal over and over tonight! Keep up the great work! :)

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mysonshine May 29, 2003

Very good! Quick and easy to prepare. I didn't have a fresh tomato, so I used a can of diced tomatoes, which made the sauce thick and rich. This one is a keeper!!! Thanks!

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llangrove December 14, 2009

Made it with about 1/3 cup of lime juice in the seasonings and marinated the sliced meat for an hour in it. Cooked meat, reserved juice for red, green, yellow bellpeppers and onion. Sauteed till liquid was gone. Came out great!

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RussianMama September 04, 2009
Beef Fajitas