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Old 05-24-2009, 07:45 AM   #1
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ABTs and Fajitas

My daughter and her boyfriend were coming over last night and they love ABT's, so I obliged.

Steak and chicken fajitas were on the menu as well. We has a sirloin already in the fridge, so that's what I used. I marinated both the chicken and steak in a small amount of Zesty Italian dressing as the base and added in a good amount of cumin, oregano, granulated garlic, granulated onion, chili powder, black pepper, kosher salt, cilantro, lime juice and cayenne until I got the flavor I wanted. I also marinated red, yellow and green peppers and red onion in the same mixture. I overcooked the steak as you can see, but other than that everything turned out good!

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Looks great ! I'm off to find me some jalaps!
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Be careful Larry, if you keep feeding them like that, they never leave!
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What you got those ABT's stuffed with ? They do look GOOD !!!

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Looks good Larry, its making me hungry.
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What you got those ABT's stuffed with ? They do look GOOD !!!

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Cream cheese, mexi blend cheese and Wolfe Rub Original.
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Where was my invatation Boy?
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Re: ABTs and Fajitas

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My daughter and her boyfriend were coming over last night and they love ABT's, so I obliged.

Steak and chicken fajitas were on the menu as well. We has a sirloin already in the fridge, so that's what I used. I marinated both the chicken and steak in a small amount of Zesty Italian dressing as the base and added in a good amount of cumin, oregano, granulated garlic, granulated onion, chili powder, black pepper, kosher salt, cilantro, lime juice and cayenne until I got the flavor I wanted. I also marinated red, yellow and green peppers and red onion in the same mixture. I overcooked the steak as you can see, but other than that everything turned out good!


Just ran across this post looking for fajita ideas. Wow Larry, Perfection! That is what a properly grilled meal is supposed to look like.
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Great looking spread as usual Larry.
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