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I made this last week, and it rivals fajitas in good Mexican restaurants. We use Mission low carb soft tortillas to save on the carbs and calories (I do not have any financial interest in Mission products).

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Barrymen May 19, 2013

Th flavor in this is beyond wonderful!!!!!! I will make again and again!!! Thank you

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jkenagy July 20, 2011

I made both the beef and chicken fajitas for our family BBQ a couple days ago---DELISH! If you're looking for a simple, yummy recipe for fajitas--your search is over! :-)

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tparbs June 07, 2011

I made these for the first time not telling my three kids that I had changed recipes from our usual. They raved about how good they were. Today we are going to try the chicken version. Simple and delicious recipe! Thanks!

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252925J April 17, 2011

we looooved the flavor of these!! i used 2 lbs. of steak, so i went ahead and used the whole mccormicks fajita packet and added a bit more montreal steak seasoning. i used 2 serrano peppers instead of the habanero. i also used the red wine vinegar as suggested. i kept everything else the same and marinated overnight. for the veggies, i used red, yellow, and orange bell peppers, and red onions. i had another fajita packet (this one was lawry's) that i added after i added and sauteed the veggies with the meat. this was so flavorful and yummy!! we served with guacamole, salsa, cheese, pico de galo, spanish rice, and refried beans. fantatic!! this is my new go-to fajita recipe! the leftovers were even fantastic- i made a little fajita rice bowl....mmmm!! and dh made breakfast tacos with potatoes and eggs!! thanks so much for sharing, this is a definite keeper!!

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KPD March 02, 2010

We had this tonight. Everyone loved it. I had some leftover T-Bone steak & sliced it in thin strips, instead of marinating I simmered it in a covered fry pan. I used the Fajita Seasoning Mix that was posted on the Recipe Zaar, May 9, 2002 by Kathy. I was wonderful. Dinner was a great , Thank You!

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Parris Original June 10, 2009

I used both beef and shrimp, and did not marinate the shrimp (in lime juice it will 'cook'). Used southwest seasoning instead of fajita (didn't have any). DS really enjoyed the beef.

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Chill January 14, 2008

Very, very good. Nice restaurant quality. Will be making Fajitas this way from now on. Thanks HeidiSue for sharing...:-)

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Daydasa July 12, 2007

These were wonderful. I wasn't sure if it would be spicy because of some of the ingredients and then it would be a bust for my kids..But it was perfect. The meat was so juicey and tender. I had to do it on my indoor grill since I had just ran out of propane for my gas grill, but it came out just as good. My husband went crazy for this dish and gave me many compliments on this dish saying that it was better than any restaurant, and my kids gobbled it down so fast and I got hugs and kiss's over it. So thank you very much for this wonderful recipe. Try it..Trust me its delicious!!

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martinarodriguez June 08, 2007

I've made this twice and I'm going to keep on making it! I use Fajita Seasoning Mix by Kathy at Recipezaar with skirt steak.I use 2 bottle pepperoncinis for the habaneros and cider vinegar. I love the combo and it will be made many times in this house. Thanks HeidiSue! Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado December 11, 2006
My Very Best Steak or Chicken Fajitas