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Fred's Delicious Steak Fajitas

The marinade is what makes this recipe for these fajitas different than most. Slightly sweet with a subtle Asian flavor makes the meat very tasty. I got this recipe from when I worked for a local celebrity chef, The Gabby Gourmet.

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6hrs 10mins
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  • In a large bowl, combine the first 6 ingredients to form a marinade.
  • Prepare the beef as indicated then add to the marinade along with the onion and bell pepper.
  • Cover and marinate 4-6 hours in the refrigerator, stirring occasionally.
  • Heat a large skillet or fry pan over a med-high heat.
  • Drain marinade from beef mixture.
  • Spoon the beef and vegetable mixture into the hot pan (do not add additional oil to the pan) and saute until the desired doneness.
  • Serve immediately, wrapped in warm tortillas, adding the remaining ingredients as desired.
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"The marinade is what makes this recipe for these fajitas different than most. Slightly sweet with a subtle Asian flavor makes the meat very tasty. I got this recipe from when I worked for a local celebrity chef, The Gabby Gourmet."
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  1. lisar
    The marinade is what makes this recipe for these fajitas different than most. Slightly sweet with a subtle Asian flavor makes the meat very tasty. I got this recipe from when I worked for a local celebrity chef, The Gabby Gourmet.
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