Marinated Grilled Beef Fajitas

Marinated Grilled Beef Fajitas created by dianegrapegrower

With proper marination and quick cooking, these fajitas come out tender and delicious. Prep time incudes minimum marinading time.

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1hr 50mins
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  • Combine beer, lime juice, cumin, chili powder, and cilantro.
  • Add steak to the marinade, turning to coat.
  • Cover and chill for at least 1 hour.
  • Heat oil in a medium skillet.
  • Add bell peppers and onion.
  • Cook, stirring occasionaly until tender.
  • Preheat grill.
  • Remove steak from marinade and grill until med-rare to medium.
  • Let rest for 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Cut steak into thin strips across the grain.
  • Serve with tortillas, onions and peppers, salsa, sour cream and guacamole.
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  1. Reikko T.
    I am going to pick up ingredients for this dish now. It looks awesome I will let you know how it comes out. Thanks for posting it
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  2. dianegrapegrower
    Easy and delicious. Grilled the pepper and onion instead of frying, for added flavor and quicker cleanup. Thanks for sharing.
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  3. dianegrapegrower
    Marinated Grilled Beef Fajitas Created by dianegrapegrower
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  4. princess_omayra
    I've haven't tried these. However, I have cooked Mexican style shredded beef and if you're going to add beer, it has to be a Mexican beer such as Corona. I suggest you specify that in your recipe because Mexican beer is the key to any Mexican style recipe that calls for beer.
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  5. Laura in Texas
    Sorry for this so-so review, but I followed these directions exactly and we couldn't taste much of anything but the Coor's which gave a very funky almost spoiled flavor to the meat. I think I'll try it again and find a substitute for the beer. Thanks for giving me the idea to try a flank steak cut of meat.It was quite tender after being grilled.
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