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That was the public unveiling of the "Fajita".
The explosion of "Taco Cabana" and the "Fajita" has brought the price of strap muscle to a level competitive with Sirloin and causes this old man to long for the old times.
Fajitas are made from marinaded meat which is char-grilled or barbequed, oven broiled or roast, or fried.
www.cookeryonline.com /Tortilla/Fajita.html   (1205 words)

  Article - Sizzling Fajitas with Recipes
Therefore, the term "chicken fajitas" is truly nonsensical, although we are not such purists that we don't include a recipe for a Chicken Fajita Marinade.
We have three beef fajita marinades and one chicken fajita marinade, some of which contain dried or fresh chiles as a heat source.
Fajitas are a terrific entr&#eacute;e for an informal dinner party.
www.texascooking.com /features/feb98fajitas.htm   (1083 words)

 Steak Fajita Recipe
Fajitas are traditionally made with skirt steak and said to have found it's beginnings back in the 1930's.
Our beef fajita marinade recipe includes beer and lime juice to aid in tenderizing the skirt steak which tends to be a little tougher cut of beef.
You might be thinking of serving some refreshments to accompany this steak fajita recipe so I thought I might suggest you try our margarita recipe for the adults and a tropical smoothie for the kids.
www.cooking-mexican-recipes.com /steak-fajita-recipe.html   (1045 words)

 Fajita - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A fajita (pronounced /fax'ita/, similar to "fa-he-tah") is a generic term used in Tex-Mex cuisine, referring to grilled meat served on a flour or corn tortilla with condiments.
In restaurants, the fajita meat is traditionally brought to the table sizzling loudly on a metal platter or skillet, with the tortillas and condiments served on the side.
In Spanish, fajita is the diminutive form of the word faja which translates to "belt" or "girdle" in English.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fajita   (331 words)

 fajita – Dictionary Definition of fajita | Encyclopedia.com: FREE Online Dictionary
The Fajita Kit from Perdue features fully cooked, grill-marked, fajita-seasoned chicken breast strips and grill-marked red and green peppers and yellow onions.(market basket: A showcase of new products, ideas and manufacturer news)
Cook's corner: Tender Fajita Meat, Epicure Chopped Liver.
The Fajita pizza features a southwestern flavored pizza sauce with a side cup of salsa verde for dipping.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1O999-fajita.html   (918 words)

 Fajitas, Fajita History, Fajita Recipe
The fajita is truly a Tex-Mex food (a blending of Texas cowboy and Mexican panchero foods).
Today, the term fajita has completely lost its original meaning and has come to describe just about anything that is cooked and served rolled up in a soft flour tortilla.
Around 1973, Nifa's version of the fajita was created at the suggestion of a customer who had just returned from a trip to Mexico City and asked the staff to slice a piece of steak into thin strips so he could make an upscale taco.
whatscookingamerica.net /History/FajitaHistory.htm   (968 words)

 Mix In a Little Tex-Mex With Fajita Recipes
The use of other meats and foods as "fajita meat" is definitely here to stay, as chicken has surpassed beef skirt on the restaurant fajita popularity list.
The usual way of serving fajitas is by bringing the meat right to the table from the grill, on a very hot plate and still sizzling.
We'll start with this chicken fajita recipe since this is the easiest of the fajita recipes to cook if it is your first time trying them.
www.texasbarbeques.com /fajita_recipes.html   (863 words)

 Roy Rogers Re-Introduces Chicken Fajita Sandwich   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Chicken Fajita Sandwich was first introduced three years ago as a limited time only menu item, but had not been promoted since that time due to other new products.
The Fajita consists of grilled chicken strips, sautéed onions and peppers and melted Monterey Jack cheese on a hearth-baked sub roll.
The Fajita promotion will run for approximately eight weeks in 20 restaurants throughout Maryland and Virginia, and will be supported through radio advertising and local store marketing activities.
www.prweb.com /releases/2006/9/prweb437620.htm   (352 words)

 About Us - Fajita Warehouse, Austin, Texas 78750
Opened in 2004, the Fajita Warehouse got its name after four men from South America, with 25 years of restaurant experience, were looking for an innovative way to create a restaurant that would offer the best, unique variety of dishes involving fajitas.
With this in mind, the Fajita Warehouse was born.
At the Fajita Warehouse, we are not only ready to serve your next delicious meal, but to create it.
www.fajitawarehouse.com /about.html   (143 words)

 Fajita Grill offers a fresh, creative Mexican menu
So the menu today at Fajita Grill is quite different from what it was some 14 years ago, when Meritha and her husband, Shahrokh, first opened their little 24-seat place in Pleasant Hills.
Entrees are prepared to order at Fajita Grill, so you have time to relax, drink the cold beer you brought along, and check out the Mexican decorating touches.
If you like to make your own fajitas, sauteed onions, bell peppers and filling of your choice come to the table sizzling hot, along with lettuce, cheese, sour cream, guacamole and pico de gallo, so you can go to work.
www.post-gazette.com /dining/20011026dine1026fnP1.asp   (969 words)

 Recipe - Fajitas
Since fajitas are made up of separate elements (the marinade, the pico de gallo, and the guacamole, links to which are provided), this "recipe" deals with the methods of preparation.
To serve, pile the meat on a platter and accompany it with warm flour tortillas, onions and peppers, pico de gallo and guacamole.
Each person will assemble his or her own fajitas by filling the tortillas with strips of meat and portions of the other dishes.
www.texascooking.com /recipes/Fajitas.htm   (424 words)

 The Fajita Grill - Ravenswood - Chicago, IL 60686
Decor is rather ordinary and service was okay but trying so hard she was invading our privacy on a night when we went to eat out because we'd had a hard day and wanted to relax.
Fajita Grill gets a solid 4 stars from me. My girlfriend and I ate there for the first time over the weekend, after noticing a couple of weeks earlier that the menu posted outside included several vegetarian options.
The fajitas were served with only a small dollup of sour cream and about an eight of a cup of cheese.
www.yelp.com /biz/the-fajita-grill-chicago   (3070 words)

 Fajita Glossary Term
A Mexican dish consisting of thin strips of cooked meat, typically beef or chicken, that are placed into a tortilla with other ingredients and rolled up to be eaten out of hand or on a plate.
The meat for a fajita is marinated overnight in oil that is seasoned with lime juice, peppers, garlic, onion, and other seasonings.
The meat is then grilled and served with warm tortillas as well as other garnishes such as salsa, guacamole, cooked vegetables, and refried beans.
www.recipetips.com /glossary-term/t--33289/Fajita.asp   (97 words)

And, although some grill manufacturers warn against heavy basting, Park has always just dumped all the remaining marinade over the fajitas on the grill (the fuming cloud of steam and smoke is full of flavor) and he reports it has not harmed his grill.
Transfer to heated fajita pans or a large heated platter and serve immediately, accompanied by warmed tortillas, pico de gallo, and guacamole.
Allow people to assemble the fajitas themselves: slices of meat rolled in the torillas together with accompaniments of their choice.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~mjw/recipes/ethnic/mexican/fajitas-coll.html   (2295 words)

 Fajita Pollution
Fajitas, if you don't know, are strips of marinated meat (usually beef or chicken) which are broiled, along with peppers, mushrooms, onions and any other scraps laying around the kitchen.
What makes fajitas especially dangerous is the many different types of pollution that they generate.
A person who commits a freeway shooting should be able to enter a plea of "Not Guilty by Reason of Fajitas." And if they happen to shoot the one who ordered the fajitas, that should be considered justifiable homicide.
home.earthlink.net /~velderkin/justforfun/fajitapollution.htm   (910 words)

 American English to British English Dictionary F   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The fajitas that I've seen, as sold in McDonald's and Taco Bell, are very similar to burritos or enchiladas, in that they consist of a soft flour tortilla wrapped around its contents.
He says you could eat a fajita by wrapping it in a tortilla, and most people do, but the tortilla is not part of the fajita.
If you order a fajita at a restaurant what you usually get is grilled meat in thin strips served on the iron dish (hot) on which it was (presumably) cooked along with grilled onions and green peppers.
freespace.virgin.net /john.cletheroe/usa_can/lang/f.htm   (1959 words)

 Fajita Fiesta Mexican Restaurant : The Collegian Online
I sampled the chicken fajitas al carbon, a combination of grilled chicken, green bell peppers, onions and tomatoes served with handmade tortillas.
Although my fajitas displayed a noticeable lack of sizzle when they arrived and the plates were not warm, the food was good and our server was attentive.
While the menu may be a bit pricey for the college student budget, Fajita Fiesta is a good choice for a special occasion or for entertaining a large group.
collegian.csufresno.edu /2007/11/19/fajita-fiesta-mexican-restaurant   (707 words)

 What is a Fajita Skillet?
It is not unusual for the fajita pan to have an oblong design, with the walls ranging from a quarter inch to around one inch in height.
The purpose of the fajita skillet is to sear meats and vegetables.
The meat and a small amount of the marinade are placed into the fajita skillet and allowed to slowly cook through, searing the meat slightly so that there is a texture to the meat.
www.wisegeek.com /what-is-a-fajita-skillet.htm   (456 words)

 The Austin Chronicle: Food: Fajita History
Fajitas appear to have made the quantum leap from campfire and backyard grill obscurity to commercial sales in 1969.
At the Round-Up, fajitas were served on a sizzling platter with warm flour tortillas and mounds of condiments – guacamole, pico de gallo (chopped fresh onions, tomatoes, peppers, and cilantro), and grated cheese –; for making tacos.
By the mid-1980s, fajitas were a fairly common dish in most Mexican restaurants and would ultimately become a popular Nineties fast-food item, thanks to Jack in the Box and Taco Bell.
www.austinchronicle.com /gyrobase/Issue/story?oid=oid:261130   (1023 words)

 Oswego County Business Magazine - Fajita Grill to Open in Fulton, Other Locations
Based on restaurants Molinari encountered in the Southwest, Fajita Grill uses a line system similar to Subway: customers select items from a bar for their chosen wrap, quesadilla, or rice bowl, which employees assemble in front of them.
Fajita Grill is priced higher than Taco Bell—higher than fast food, but less than a sit-down restaurant —but the products are made fresh daily on site and are clearly of a higher quality.
By the time Fajita Grill is ready to franchise, Molinari hopes to have a larger restaurant that can double as a training ground for potential franchisees.
www.oswegocountybusiness.com /index.php?a=1952   (769 words)

 Constant Contact Email Marketing Success Stories - Fajita Grill
Founded by co-owners, Josh Molinari and Anthony Green, The Fajita Grill serves its food "assembly-line" style so the customer gets to choose they want-and there is plenty to choose from.
They have future growth plans for adding two more Fajita Grills this summer and they are looking to make franchise opportunities available.
With email marketing, the Fajita Grill will continue to spread the word about their fast and fresh southwestern food to more and more customers in New York and, if they have their way, other parts of the United States.
www.constantcontact.com /customer-examples/case-studies/fajita-grill.jsp   (530 words)

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A good Fajita can be one of the simplest, yet tastiest meals one can make.
If you are unsure what a Fajita really is, then take some time to read a little about them and their history here.
Fajitas can be eaten as part of a healthy diet, and can provide plenty of nutrients to your body such as protein, fats and fibre.
www.fajitarecipe.net   (155 words)

 Fajita Salad
I hope Fajita Salad is what you were looking for.
While you're here, please take a moment and look at the Cook'n Recipe Organizer at www.dvo.com to see how you can organize your recipes and simplify meal planning.
Fajita Salad is from the Cook'n for Diabetes collection.
www.dvo.com /recipe_pages/diabetes/Fajita_Salad.html   (376 words)

 Fajita Seasoning
Fajita Seasoning makes for perfect fajitas--especially when the peppery spices play against the familiar sour cream, tomato and guacamole condiments.
· For fajitas, simply toss with beef, chicken, pork, seafood or tofu during sautéing.
Season with Fajita Seasoning and serve on sub sandwich bread.
www.frontiercoop.com /learn/savvy/fajitaseasoning.html   (118 words)

 Fajita Grill - Pittsburgh, PA, 15232-1739 - Citysearch
But that makes it good place to go for a nice intimate meal, heavy on the chat and away from the crowds.
The Fajita Grill definitely lives up to its name.
Served on sizzling cow-shaped skillet-plates, with choices of fillings like fresh yellow fin sesame tuna, jumbo shrimp, marinated pork loin, and lamb, the Grill's nuevo take on the traditional fajita is definitely worth a try.
pittsburgh.citysearch.com /profile/8625461/pittsburgh_pa/fajita_grill.html   (625 words)

 Amazon.com: Mr. Bar-B-Q Cast Iron Ribbed Fajita Platter Set: Outdoor Living   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Heavy cast iron absorbs and retains heat at the high temperatures required for searing strips of steak or chicken, as well as green peppers and onions.
The fajita platter must be seasoned before first use to create a nonstick patina that also helps prevent rusting.
The cast-iron pans are perfect for fajitas, but they also work great for a couple of hamburgers, bacon, veggies or anything else you'd like to "grill" on the stove (or on a real grill) when you don't need big, round, cast-iron pan.
www.amazon.com /Bar-B-Q-Cast-Ribbed-Fajita-Platter/dp/B0001QIUDM   (1017 words)

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