Fajitas for authentic flavor made right in your home. You won’t need to go out to your favorite Mexican restaurant this weekend because now you have these 13 fantastic fajita recipes.
1. Chili Lime Steak Fajitas
Fajitas couldn’t be any easier. I’ve taken out the usual pico de gallo and guac to come up with an even faster solution for the night-time-getting-dinner-together-without-losing-your-mind craziness type of situation. You won’t even miss them!
From: Cafe Delites
2. The Best Steak Fajitas
The absolute BEST Steak Fajitas you’ve ever had! This is my take on the tex-mex steak fajitas. Marinated for hours in lime juice, garlic, and cumin — so good you’ll never use another recipe again!
From: Amanda Julia
3. 5 Ingredient Slow Cooker Steak Fajitas
From: Complete Recipes
4. Crispy Chicken Fajita Wrap
Fajitas are definitely one of my favorite types of Mexican food, and food in general. The best sound in the world is the sizzling meat and vegetables as they come to your table. I haven’t been able to quite duplicate that level of sizzle at home, but as long as I get the flavors, that’s good enough for me. I’m not good at self control when there’s a pile of fajitas in front of me. And let’s face it, fajitas can sometimes be messy. So I created a Crispy Chicken Fajita Wrap.
From: Karyl’s Kulinary Krusade
5. Vegan Sweet Potato Fajitas
Just slice up all your veggies (keeping them uniform in size and thickness will help them cook evenly), toss them with oil and fajita seasoning, then throw onto a sizzling hot pan and let them get all caramelized and smoky.
From: The Wanderlust Kitchen
6. Chipotle Portobello Oven Fajitas
I got that craving for oven fajitas the other day and just had to have ’em. I decided to switch things up a bit this time and use portobello caps in place of the chicken, and add a little smoky chipotle powder to the spice mix.
From: Budget Bytes
7. Friday Night Fajita Platter
I love serving fajitas in this way – cook everything up and then throw it on one huge platter so that everyone can dig in and help themselves. It’s also a great way to get a few veggies in (even though it feels more like fast food!)
It’s a great idea to make extra and save some for a fajita salad bowl the next day. A drizzle of sour cream and a few salad leaves and you’l have a lunch to make your colleagues jealous!
From: Kitchen Sanctuary
8. Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas
The onions and bell pepper are sliced very thin so that they cook at the same rate at the shrimp and everything is cooked on just one sheet pan. Finish with a squeeze of fresh lime juice and chopped cilantro for a dinner that is packed with flavor and veggies!
From: No. 2 Pencil
9. Easy Chicken Fajitas
From: Budget Savvy Diva
10. Weight Watchers Friendly Fajita Veggies
My favorite secret to make these fajita veggies look a little more like a fancy restaurant? I use the mini bell peppers that come in the bag so the strips are smaller and sized more similarly to the red onion slices. This also allows for a faster cook time.
Yes, the mini bell peppers are going to be marginally more work to prep and slightly more expensive, but if you’re hosting a dinner these fajita veggies will look and taste fantastic served alongside them.
From: Cooking Made Healthy
11. Veggie Pinto Bean Fajitas
Veggie Pinto Bean Fajita Tacos with Cilantro Chile Lime Marinade. Vegan Fajitas. Amazing Fajita Marinade for veggies and Beans to make these Vegetable Fajitas. Serve as tacos or make a breadless taco bowl. Vegan Gluten-free Soy-free Vegetarian Fajitas Recipe.
From: Vegan Richa
12. Grilled Asparagus and Steak Fajita Roll-Ups
Add a touch of gourmet to your steak dinner with these grilled asparagus and steak fajita roll-ups, full of the bold flavors of the Southwest. This amazing low-carb, paleo version of your favorite steak fajitas ditches the flour tortilla and adds a green touch of Spring with crisp asparagus. Serve with a fresh spin of lemon, cilantro and greek yogurt dipping sauce on the side.
From: Eat Well 101
13. Chicken Fajita Foil Packets
These chicken fajita foil packets are filled with cheesy Mexican spiced chicken, black beans, peppers and onions. Throw them on the grill or in the oven to cook, then add your favorite fajita toppings and serve with tortillas!
From: Dinner at the Zoo