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Monday, July 4, 2011

Steak Fajita

Leftovers don't always have to be eaten the same way they were originally cooked. Sometimes your able to "shake them up" a bit and make a brand new meal out of them. Thats what we did with the extra steak that we barbecued (see Saturday- July 1, 2011's posted recipe). The kids were dying for me to make Steak Fajita's out of our leftovers, so thats what I did. Any leftover steak would work, but I recommend trying the steak rub recipe that I posted on Saturday...it is AWESOME!

Steak Fajita
4 leftover steaks, cut into thin strips
shredded lettuce
diced onion
chopped tomato
shredded cheese (any will do, we used cheddar)
chopped olives (if you like olives)
diced avocado (didn't have any...but wished I did)
Tortilla shells
favorite dressing (we used chipotle dressing)
-could use guacamole, sour cream, ranch or taco sauce...all of which would taste YUM!

Warm steak strips in a frying pan with a small amount of oil. Remember they have already been cooked, so all you want to do is "warm them". Don't cook too long or your meat will be tough. Fill tortilla shell with meat, your favorite toppings and dressing. Serve warm.


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