Roasted Garlic Steak Fajitas

"This fajita marinade rocks. I just came up with this yesterday. I whipped it up last night, let the skirt steak marinade overnight and I'm still savoring the flavor. I used recipe #210046 for the oil and the garlic. I also tossed the peppers and onions in the oil. **Note** Well I finally tried this recipe with chicken and it turned out great. I recommend that if you use chicken over beef. Make sure you leave the chicken breast whole, marinade it overnight and grill it whole, then slice it into strips. Enjoy."
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  • Mix all ingredients in a blender except the bell peppers and onion. Blend until smooth.
  • Cut skirt steak into smaller steak sized pieces.
  • Place steak and marinade in a large freezer bag over night.
  • cook steak over a grill or under a broiler or in a cast iron skillet. I use a cast iron grill pan under the broiler.
  • When meat is to desired doneness, wrap in foil and let rest for 5 minute.
  • while meat is resting, toss sliced bell peppers and onion in the tablespoon f garlic oil and sear in a super freaking hot cast iron skillet.
  • Cut meat across the grain on a bias and toss with the peppers, onions and the juices in the foil.
  • Serve with -- Wait a minute, if you need this part explained, you don't have an internet hookup under your rock.
  • Enjoy.

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  1. This does rock, ROV. I used chicken as I am not a big meat eater. My boyfriend enjoyed this very very much. Thanks for a keeper. All the best for the new year!
  2. Over-the-top delicious! Absolutely loved the flavors and will be making again and again. Thank you ROV!


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