Fajitas are a Mexican recipe involving barbecued meat such as beef, chicken, pork and shrimp served on a tortilla. The meat is often cooked with capsicums and onions.
Steak strips are marinated then barbecued or grilled, then served with onions, capsicum and coriander in tortillas.
Try cooking your own sizzling beef fajitas for your next Mexican fiesta. Serve the beef and tortillas with lime wedges, salsa, sour cream and guacamole.
A fajita is a tortilla wrapped around meat and an assortment of vegetables, which means it's naturally loaded with vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals.
Satisfyingly spicy and quick to prepare, chicken and pawpaw rolled in tortillas make an easy, healthy meal. Sweetly fragrant papaya is rich in betacarotene and its gorgeous colour enhances any dish.
Perfect for my vegetarian friends these are a really tasty fajitas and if I am feeling adventurous I add so chilli too.
These chicken wraps are easy and tasty and a good way to get the kids to eat their veggies. You can add other fillings such as lettuce and tomato if you like.
This marinade is designed for fajitas but also acts well as a general spicy rub for meat or fish. Cumin, chilli and garlic are prominent in its flavour profile.
These quick and easy veggie fajitas make a great lunch or a light dinner. With onion, broccoli, peas and garlic all sautéed in olive oil and served in tortillas.
This is a wonderful meatless version of traditional fajitas! It can be prepared in advance, or right away.
This is a twist on a classic fajita recipe using prawns instead of beef or chicken. Serve with refried beans and Spanish rice to make an easy midweek supper!