One of my favorite ways to eat fajitas is with steak. Actually, I could eat everything with steak. I am a steak girl, remember?
These fajitas are simple but also flavorful, keep in mind that I do not care for anything spicy so they lack spice. If you would like to make them more spicy add some additional cayenne pepper to your desired hotness. Yes, I just said ‘hotness’.
- 1 lb Thin Sirloin Steak or Flank Steak
- 1/2 Cup GF Worcestershire Sauce
- 1 Red Pepper
- 1 Green Pepper
- 1/2 Cup Sweet Vidalia Onion
- Safe Flour Tortillas
- Corn Salsa
Begin by slicing the steak into thin slices for the fajitas. After slicing this continue by slicing the peppers and onions.
In a cast iron skillet, pour a little bit of oil in and let it warm up. Next, toss in the steak and the Worcestershire sauce. Let this cook until well done.
Once the steak is done, add in the veggies until they are soft. Be sure to watch the heat at this point so that the steak does not overcook. I usually go down to low to medium heat.
Once this mixture is done place on warm tortillas and serve with a side of corn salsa.
Another great thing I love after fajitas, is if you make extra the mixture can be frozen and reheated for a good freezer meal.
This post uses my Corn Salsa recipe.