Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Garden Party: Garden to Table

San Antonio Fajitas

One onion,
One tomato,
and One bell pepper (any color)--sliced...
add meat, if desired, or go veggie. 
 I added some sliced steak from the freezer.

Sprinkle generously with salt-free fajita seasoning, drizzle on a little olive oil, and cook on medium heat until the onions start to stick to the pan.  Serve with warm flour or corn tortillas, cheese, and salsa.  I use Bolner's Fiesta brand salt-free fajita seasoning, but I can't get it here, so I have to order it from them in San Antonio.  It's the best!

This is super-easy and quick to prepare, and if you're brave, you can toss in some sliced jalapenos (doesn't everyone have a gazillion peppers and tomatoes right now?)  Here's a time-saver:  pre-slice everything early in the day and store the meat and veggies in two separate storage bags in the fridge.  Just toss in the pan when you're ready to cook.


Mrs. Petrie said...

Yum, I love fajitas! It's a great use for your garden veggies.

Susan Zentmyer said...

Delicious use of garden ingredients!

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

Now you're making me hungry--I love fajitas! These look delish!

Bobby said...

They don't have anything like that at Whole Foods Greenville?
(DISCLAIMER: I am a shareholder in Whole Foods Market, NASDAQ : WFM)