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Beef Fajitas Recipe: Best Fajita Recipe You Can Easily Make

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3.18.2022

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Fajitas are a simple, nourishing, and delicious Mexican staple you can easily make in just a few minutes. In this post, we'll walk you through every aspect of making the speediest, tastiest beef fajitas you've ever had. We'll cover all of the necessary ingredients and kitchen equipment, as well as each step of the prep and cooking process.

For a printable version of this recipe, as well as ingredient amounts and other details, head over to our speedy beef fajitas page.


Making Beef Fajitas: The Ingredients

Fajitas don't need to be complicated! In fact, our fajita recipe calls for just six simple ingredients:


Fajita Toppings

In addition to these basic ingredients, you can also top your fajitas with any of the following:

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Making Beef Fajitas, Step by Step

Follow these instructions to make perfect beef fajitas.


Topping Off Your Fajitas

Once your meat is on top of each tortilla, it’s time to add the rest of your ingredients. Top the meat with a bit of sour cream, shredded cheese, cilantro, and any other ingredients you’ve chosen to add. Give your fajitas a pop of extra flavor by adding in toppings like refried beans, sauteed veggies, and other standards in traditional Mexican cuisine.

You could also switch it up with a fajita bowl by serving the meat and toppings over a bed of grains, like rice. 

If you’re on the lookout for more tasty recipes, make sure to head over to our cooking page. There, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for making breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks, dessert, and more!

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