LBP 11 per meal

Unlike conventional wisdom, Fajita originated in the 1930’s in Texas when
Mexican Cowboys started grilling skirt steak strips with onions and peppers in a pan. Practically an obscure dish, it entered into mainstream America only in the 1990’s when Mexican Fast Food outlets started using the word in marketing campaigns and is an integral part of “Tex-Mex” Cuisine.

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Time: Less than 25'
Ingredients
Nutrition Facts

Ingredients

Beef Loin
Red Bell Pepper Sliced
Onion Wedges
Fajita Spices
Tequilla
Sour Cream
Mixed Cheese Grated
Tortilla Bread
Lime Whole
Tomato Chopped
Lime Juice
Red Onion diced
Corriander

From your pantry

Vegetable oil
Pepper
Salt
Olive Oil