On Saturday, the huz and I were trying to drum up an idea for dinner. I wanted to try a new recipe so I would have blog content, and found a recipe for Slow Cooker Fajitas in my Taste of Home cookbook. However, the pictures didn’t turn out very well, and I couldn’t decide if I should even post about this meal – but decided I shall! So here you go!
Slow Cooker Fajitas
Recipe from Taste of Home
- SLICE!: beef top sirloin steak, bell peppers, onions.
- MEASURE & POUR!: red wine vinegar, lime juice, S&P, garlic powder, cumin, chili powder, cayenne pepper, water.
- LOW & SLOW: 8-9 hours on low (I did 1.5 hours on high, followed by 4 more hours on low, since I didn’t want to wait until 9pm to eat dinner, and this worked fine!)
Once the beef and veggie mixture is done cooking, spoon the meat mixture into flour tortillas, and add the toppings of your choice – sour cream, jalapeños, and romaine for me! On the side we had homemade guacamole (using Penzey’s recipe) with tortilla chips! Such a yummy dinner.
If you try making these, I suggest draining the meat and veggie filling very well before adding to the tortilla – our fajitas were a bit liquid-y, but delicious.
My rating: 7.8/10
Currently listening to: Fantasy – The xx.