Skirt Steak Fajita

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·      1 pound skirt steak, sliced thin

·      2 tablespoons Crystal fajitas marinade

·      4 tablespoons olive oil

·      2 garlic cloves

·      1 green bell pepper, seeded and sliced

·      1 red bell pepper, seeded and sliced

·      ½ red onion, sliced

·      ½ white onion, sliced

·      1 jalapeno, charred

·      1 teaspoon Cajun spice

·      3 tablespoons cilantro

·      ¼ teaspoon liquid smoke

·      1 cup reduced fat cheddar cheese, shredded

·      1 pack corn tortillas

·      Salt and pepper to taste


·      2 tablespoons queso fresco, crumbles

·      1 avocado, sliced

·      1 tomato, chopped

·      1 lime, juice


-      Marinade the steak in the Crystal fajitas marinade for 4 hours or overnight

-      Place the olive oil in a large skillet under high heat and add the skirt steak

-      Add the rest of the vegetables and let come together for 1 to 3 minutes

-      Add the seasonings, liquid smoke and cilantro

-      When ready to serve, add the shredded cheese to the meat and vegetable mixture


Meet the Guest Stars
Chef Jeff Henderson | @Chefjefflive

Chef Jeff Henderson rose from humble beginnings in South Central Los Angeles to become the first African-American executive chef at the Bellagio Hotel. He has gone on to become a successful TV host with a cable show on the Food Network, a nationally syndicated series called, Family Style with Chef Jeff and the host of Flip My Food. When he isn’t cooking on TV he’s a highly sought-after motivational speaker, sharing the secrets of realizing your potential at... (full profile)

Crystal Hot Sauce | @CrystalHotSauce

Great flavors were born on Tchoupitoulas Street back in 1923. The story of Louisiana’s favorite hot sauce begins in the early 1920s, when Alvin Baumer borrowed some cash from his future father-in-law to purchase “Mill’s Fruit Products,” a small sno-ball syrup company in New Orleans (sno-balls are a summer treat made with shaved ice). Included in the sale was a recipe for a hot sauce made with cayenne peppers, called Crystal Pure Louisiana Hot Sauce. The name still holds true... (full profile)

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