Easy Delicious Steak Fajitas

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What is it about Mexican Food that everyone seems to love? Over here in the WineTista home, we love Mexican Night! I have cool memories of our adventures in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico where we made friends with a random Mexican guy while touring the streets of Puerto Vallarta. He took us to a hole-in-a-wall Cantina in which we had to vigilantly walk across a suspended bridge to get to the restaurant. The locals looked at us funny, but I didn’t care because the taste of that authentic Carne Asada I had is still ingrained in my mind, and this was about three years ago!

I especially love the fresh ingredients required to make mexican dishes.  I don’t know about you, but these amazing pictures are making my mouth water.

We’ve got our fresh tomatoes, cilantro, lime and a little salt and pepper for our homemade pico de gallo!  You can add some minced jalapeños too!

Mince the garlic and cilantro, then squeeze the heck out of that lime!  Oh yeah!

Slice your red and green peppers.  Don’t forget your onions.  I used yellow onions; but if you want a little kick – use red onions.

About a pound of steak!  Flank steak is the official steak for fajitas, however, I used thinly sliced sirloin that I pounded to my heart’s content.  You have to tenderize your meat somehow!  BONUS: It makes for a great stress reliever too.

The thing I love most about cooking is that one does not need to be so accurate with measurements, as opposed to baking.  I eyeballed my spices, and I made sure to make it really simple.  I can take a little heat so I was a bit generous with the cayenne pepper!

Combine all that Mexican spice goodness, and marinate it for a few hours.

Sauté your fresh veggies and set aside.  Then sauté your steak quickly!  Remember, we don’t want tough meat.  Do you like hard meat?  Me neither.

Is your mouth watering yet?Add your favorite condiments!  I got pico de gallo, fresh avocado, a little cheese, and sour cream in mine!I love, love a good Mexican dish!  I don’t think I could get tired of Mexican food.  Do you have a favorite Mexican dish?  Please share your favorite Mexican food recipe with me! I’d love to try it!

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