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Fajitas Recipe

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Ted Welch
Added: Wednesday, January 25, 2006


5 lbs. flank steak
1/8 cup Worcestershire
3 or 4 tablespoons chili pepper
2 tablespoons beefstock (bouillon)
2 green peppers, chopped
2 red peppers, chopped
1 yellow pepper, chopped
1 onion (halved and sliced 1/3" thick)
1 clove garlic, minced
2 tablespoons cooking oil
scant dash of cinnamon
1 cup fresh salsa
salt and pepper to taste
Flour tortillas

Pressure cook flank steak for 10 minutes. Remove from cooker and slice against grain of meat into about 1/3" pieces 1/2" wide.

In hot skillet, 2 Tbs. oil and roast garlic in it. Add meat and cook until browned; add onion until it begins to caramelize. Add Worcestershire sauce, peppers and onions. Mix in chili pepper, beefstock or bouillon. Continue cooking without cover on medium high heat until cooked thru. Don't overcook.

Add scant dash of cinnamon toward end of cooking process. Stir in 1 cup fresh salsa. Salt and pepper to taste.

Use grilled flour tortillas and fill. Serve with guacamole sauce, taco sauce, grated cheese, sour cream, rice and/or refried beans

Roll up meat mixture in tortillas and serve.




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