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Steak Fajita Bowl

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Rachel and I went out to dinner the other day (I know, sounds like a pretty normal thing- but we don’t get out much…), to this Mexican spot down the road from us- it was pretty good, but the think I liked the most was the sizzling platter of fajitas that they dropped tableside, Chili’s style. I don’t consider fajitas to be an actual dish or preparation method- it’s just a way for sadistic cooks to get pans as hot as possible so that people grab them and get burned while the kitchen chuckles in the darkness… maybe I’m seeing the wrong angle, or maybe I grabbed one of the pans as a kid (I totally did) and now I’m scarred from the experience… But either way, fajitas are whatever- but I really like flour tortillas- especially when they are just filled with meat and veggies. Something so pure and simple about it. So, we called this a fajita bowl. But as you know, I hate naming food. So I don’t really see this as anything other than an excuse to eat flour tortillas stuffed with steak and veggies. But if I called the dish “ an excuse to eat flour tortillas stuffed with steak and veggies”, I really doubt anyone would have ordered it. So, fajita bowl it is. To reheat, scoop everything onto a sheet tray lined with aluminum foil, and broil the absolute crap out of it until it’s charred and blistered on the top. Should take about 5-6 minutes. Alternatively, you can microwave the whole thing (sans guac, obviously), but I really recommend the broil to get that charred caramelized flavor. Fill up those tortillas, and enjoy! <3 WECO

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