Fajitas are especially good when the chicken or beef is soaked in a spicy, flavor-filled marinade for a few hours before cooking. Next time you make them, be sure to try marinading the meat. You won't be sorry.
Here's a seafood lover's version of classic fajitas.
Skip the takeout. Whip up sizzling, spicy lime-marinated steak fajitas with peppers and zucchini on the grill.
This marinated flank steak recipe, grilled with vegetables and rolled inside a warm tortilla, has been a restaurant favorite since the 1970s. Don't wait for an evening out to order this main dish. Prepare it at home and serve with flourish.
Slice tough cuts of steak super-thin prior to grilling for the most tender beef you've ever tasted.
Grilled, marinated chicken topped with a spicy pineapple-bean salsa makes these wraps perfect for summer parties.
Acidic pineapple juice tenderizes and flavors the flank steak before it's time to grill.
The grilled steak is served with three different toppers so guests can choose how to fill their tortillas at dinner.
Three kinds of peppers--red sweet, yellow sweet, and poblano-- accompany the grilled turkey in this Mexican fajita recipe.
Spicy shrimp and Mexican chorizo sausage team up with a medley of peppers to make a colorful filling for this fajita recipe.
Grilling the vegetables--onion, asparagus, sweet pepper, zucchini, and yellow squash--to fill these vegetarian fajitas makes them extra good. Refried beans and cheese add protein.
These hefty fajitas are bursting with Mexican favorites--chunky guacamole, grilled chicken, chopped tomato, olives, and cheese.
Tart and juicy lime enhances the flavor of the grilled beef and tomatoes in this low-calorie main dish recipe.