Fajita Stir Fry

"This is an easy, quick dinner. We love fajitas and stir-fry. I found this recipe on razzle dazzle recipes."
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  • Cut beef into 1" strips 1/8" thick.
  • Place skillet on high heat. When hot, add 1 T oil and stir fry meat until browned(1 1/2 to 2 minutes).
  • Transfer meat to bowl.
  • Add 1 T oil to skillet and add garlic, onion, and green pepper.
  • Stir fry until onion is soft, about 3 minutes.
  • Stir together cumin, lime juice and cornstarch, then add to skillet.
  • Return meat to pan and stir fry until mixture is hot and bubbles.
  • Transfer to bowl.
  • Serve in tortillas with garnishments.

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  1. Rita1652
    So quick and easy. I did kick it up with a sprinkle of habanero flakes. Served with tomatillo salsa, cheese and fresh sliced tomatoes. Made for ZWT #8 Lively lemon Lovelies.
  2. K9 Owned
    Loved this recipe! I made as written using most of the optional garnishes and chowed down to the easiest fajitas I have ever made. Great flavour and really simplified method. As a personal preference I would also use more onion in the future but these were still a winner. Thanks for sharing. Made for The Bistro Babes - ZWT 8
  3. MarraMamba
    Absolutely fabulous, quick to make and flavorful. I put a dry rub on the meat to start with, i like extra spice but otherwise did as directed. It was nice not having to fuss with guacomole to, but still had the buttery flavor.
  4. CookingONTheSide
    Very good and easy! I skipped the avocado but adding everythign else. I also used some green bell pepper, too. Delish!
  5. Chef Buggsy Mate
    This was very easy to prepare and the flavor was quite good. It is still missing a key ingredient though and I just can't put my finger on it. I will try adding a bit of chili powder and Mexican oregano the next time I make this to see if that could be it. As far as fajita recipes, this is the best one I have tried so far...I think the added cornstarch helps since it thickens the sauce which allows it to cling to the meat and vegetables more. Thanks for sharing Lynn. Made as a recipenap for the 24th AUS/NZ Swap.



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