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Another beef steak fajitas recipe using rump steak (or similar) instead of skirt steak. Whereas the traditional beef steak fajitas recipe requires that the steak is cooked over coals, in this recipe, the steak is fried in a skillet or frying pan. The beef steak is first marinated for several hours with oil and spices and then cooked for a few minutes.
Tags: beef rump steak, garlic, jalapeno, cumin, bell peppers
The traditional beef steak fajitas recipe, using skirt steak. Skirt steak is quite a tough meat to eat, so to tenderize it, it is marinaded in tequila, oil, lime juice and spices for several hours (you can marinate the steak overnight for best results). The steak is cooked over coals and served with lightly fried bell peppers and onions.
Tags: skirt steak, tequila, lime juice, chili, bell peppers
Carne Asada Carne asada is thin slices of beef, usually from skirt or flank steak, grilled and served with tacos, burritos or rice. In this recipe, the beef is first marinated, in order to become more tender.
Chicken nachos A great appetizer or party dish, chicken nachos are a popular Mexican dish that is very easy to make. Since it takes some time to prepare the ingredients, you can prepare it in advance and pop it in the oven when you need it.
Pollo picante (spicy chicken) Pollo picante is chicken breasts cooked in a hot sauce made with onions, garlic, bell peppers, tomatoes, jalapenos, bay leaves and garlic. The sauce is quite hot as it uses Tabasco sauce, black pepper, cayenne pepper and jalapenos. If you fo not like hot dishes, reduce the amount of cayenne, black pepper and Tabasco used. For a complete meal serve this dish with Mexican fried rice, flour tortillas and a simple green salad made with celery and avocado.
Refried black beans with jalapeno A modification of a traditional Mexican side dish, black refried beans flavored with jalapeno chiles and cheese.
Taco sauce (for tacos, burritos or enchiladas) A tomato based sauce good for tacos, enchiladas, burritos or any other Mexican dish that calls for a red sauce. The sauce can be made as hot or as mild as you like by adjusting the amount of cayenne and chili pepper used. You can also make more sauce by increasing the ingredients used. This recipe will make 1 cup of sauce.
Chicken enchiladas with roasted tomato sauce This is a variation of the chicken enchiladas verde that uses over roasted tomato sauce instead of the tomatillo (Verde) sauce. This traditional Mexican recipe using flour tortillas, first fried in vegetable oil, then stuffed with cooked chicken, oven roasted tomato sauce and chili tomato sauce, rolled up, topped with more tomato sauce and cheese and baked for a few minutes in the oven. The roasted tomato sauce (recipe included) takes 6 to 8 hours to prepare but the result is worth the effort. You can make extra tomato sauce and refrigerate it.
The best chicken fajitas (fahitas) The best chicken fajitas (or fahitas) recipe, easy to make and extremely delicious. Chicken breast pieces are marinated in oil, lime juice, garlic and spices, fried and served in a flour tortilla together with fried bell peppers and onions, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, salsa and pickled jalapeno chiles. The preparation time includes the minimum time required for marinating, other than that, it takes 10 minutes to prepare and maximum 15 minutes to cook. While waiting for the chicken to marinate you can prepare the toppings - make the guacamole, grate the cheese, serve the sour cream and salsa, etc.
Pickled jalapeno peppers Easy homemade pickled jalapeno peppers, great as a Mexican condiment or ingredient in recipes such as nachos, tacos, enchiladas, salsas and more. Pickled jalapenos can be refrigerated for several months so you can make more by increasing the ingredients proportinally - just make sure that the chiles are covered in the pickling liquid.
Homemade fajitas seasoning Fajitas is probably the most popular Mexican dish. Chicken, beef or
shrimp is first marinated in the fajitas seasoning, stir fried on a
skillet and served on warm flour tortillas together with sauteed bell
peppers, onions and typical Mexican condiments such as guacamole, and
salsa. You can buy ready made fajitas seasoning but for best results you
make your own at home. It is a lot cheaper and above all, it tastes
better. You can also increase or decrease the quantity of some of the
ingredients used to adjust the taste to your liking. This recipe for
homemade fajitas seasoning is one of the best we have tried. Chicken enchiladas in roasted tomatillo sauce A great chicken enchiladas dish in a roasted tomatillo sauce. This Tex-Mex recipe uses a filling made with chicken thighs, bell pepper, onion, tomatoes, garlic and typical Mexican spices. Corn tortillas are softened and filled witht eh chicken mixture, then topped with the roasted tomatillo sauce and cheese. They are finally baked until the cheese melts. Enchiladas are served with freshly made salsa, guacamole and sour cream.
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