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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.


4 comments :

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)