Difference between revisions of "Beef Skirt Steak Fajitas"

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===Serving suggestions===
 
===Serving suggestions===
 
Serve in warmed [[Flour tortillas|flour tortillas]] with a [[Salad|salad]] and slices of [[Citrus fruit|citrus fruit]]
 
Serve in warmed [[Flour tortillas|flour tortillas]] with a [[Salad|salad]] and slices of [[Citrus fruit|citrus fruit]]
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===Variations===
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A whole [[leek]], finely chopped looks good as a replacement for the onion, if leeks are in season.
  
 
===Chef's notes===
 
===Chef's notes===

Latest revision as of 12:05, 11 January 2020

Beef Skirt Steak Fajitas
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Servings:Serves 4
Calories per serving:378
Ready in:7 hours, 10 minutes
Prep. time:10 minutes
Cook time:7 hours
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:10th December 2019

Another experiment with Taste Sensation Seasonings; this time Taste Sensation fajita seasoning. It's been cooking for four hours now and smells amazing. I am becoming very impressed with their products!

Ingredients

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Method

  1. Marinade the beef skirt in the wine for a few hours if you have the time
  2. Pop the meat in the slow cooker and pour the wine over the skirt and add the water
  3. Cover with the remaining ingredients and cook on a high setting for about six hours
  4. Check it does not dry out and that the meat is tender and starting to break up.
  5. Add the kidney beans for the final hour
  6. Stir well and serve

Serving suggestions

Serve in warmed flour tortillas with a salad and slices of citrus fruit

Variations

A whole leek, finely chopped looks good as a replacement for the onion, if leeks are in season.

Chef's notes

Beef skirt is a fabulous, inexpensive cut for this dish. It does need a lot of cooking, but once it begins to break up into 'strings' as you can see in the 'plated-up' picture you know it's tender and ready to eat. At this point you can turn the heat down and just keep the meat warm until you're ready to serve.

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