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My family is having a big taco dinner Christmas Eve night and I wanted to maybe char-crust some kind of steak and saute some onions and peppers and blow'em away with some BGE fajitas. Any Advice? I have garlic-peppercorn char-crust. Thanks in advance.Jeff,{Bobcat Man}


  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    Here is the recipe that I made for Eggtoberfest. I use Leona’s Tortillas since they come in many different flavors. I like the chocolate ones, but the other flavors are great as well.[p]Have fun, this should be easy to make.

    [ul][li]Cinco De Mayo Fajitas[/ul]
  • GretlGretl Posts: 670
    RhumAndJerk's recipe sounds great. I have made chicken and shrimp fajitas by marinating meat and vegetables separately; I use red and green peppers and onions which I also marinate in an oil/lime/garlic/spice mixture. I use a grill-topper with holes, again grilling meat and vegetables separately. Follow RhumAndJerk's marinade recipe, add some grilled vegetables and you'll have a great feast. And don't forget to grill the tortillas, too. Just flip them on the grill long enough to make grill marks on each side. Okay, now I'm hungry.

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