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Fajitas are thin strips of meat cooked with thin strips of peppers and onions. The spanish word faja means strip or belt. I love anything cooked on a grill or in this case cooked with the grill’s best replacement-cast iron pan. The meat is charred and done, the veggies are cooked to tender.
In our Sauce Goddess version, we use either our Pollo Asado or Carne Asada as the meat. You can also use shrimp or slices of veggies only.
We hope you enjoy this recipe and make it often for your friends and family.
Fatjitas are a flavorful southwest dish with strips of meat and peppers and onions. Latin heat is the perfect spice to make this dish really pop.
- Heat a cast iron pan or heavy skillet on medium high.
- Add oil.
- Add carne asada, cook until done.
- Remove and hold on a hot plate.
- Add more oil and cook pollo asado until it is done.
- Remove chicken from the pan.
- Add last bit of oil and the peppers and onions.
- Cook until barely tender.
- Serve with warm tortillas and any of the toppings listed below.
- Make it a meal by serving -
- Summer squashed grilled with Latin Heat spices
- Refried Beans
- Warm Tortillas (corn or flour)
- Fresh Cilantro (chopped)
- Sour Cream