A Guide to Cooking Sizzling Fajitas in Your Own Kitchen.
Welcome to Tastes of Lizzy T! If you're anything like Matt, you're crazy for steak fajitas. Fortunately, we've got you covered with our recipe for sizzling steak fajitas just like the ones you get at your favorite Mexican restaurant. We'll tell you what kind of steak to use and share our secrets for getting the perfect seasoning and texture.
First things first: flavor. To achieve that classic fajita taste, you'll need to rub your steak strips with fajita seasoning. Our homemade blend includes cumin, paprika, chili powder, and just the right amount of spice. As for texture, you can expect a mouthwatering combination of tender steak, sautéed veggies, and soft flour tortillas.
To get that sizzle, you'll need to follow a few key steps. Start by grilling the steak, then sauté your veggies on the stovetop. Finally, heat your cast iron skillets in the oven and get ready to impress your dinner guests.
When it comes to choosing the right kind of steak, there are a few options to consider. Hanger, flank, trip-tip, and skirt steaks are all common choices. We typically opt for flank steak, as it tends to be fairly tender and widely available. That said, if you can find skirt steak at your local grocery store, don't hesitate to give it a try.
One burning question you may have is whether to marinate your steak or just season it. While we'll be sharing our fajita steak marinade recipe soon, we know that sometimes you need a quick solution for a last-minute dinner. That's where fajita seasoning comes in. For the best flavor, we recommend using our homemade recipe. Rub 3-4 tablespoons of seasoning into a 1 ½ pound steak, adjusting the spice level to your liking.
Thanks for joining us on our quest for the ultimate steak fajitas. We hope you'll enjoy this delicious recipe as much as we do!
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