beef steak griddled with garlic and fajita spices, wrapped in a tortilla wrap with red peppers, onions, tomato salsa and chipotle mayo served with a lettuce and avocado salad

Garlic Steak Fajitas with Lettuce & Avocado Salad Recipe

30 Minutes
Serves: 2
A char grilled steak marinated with garlic and fajita spices, combined with red peppers and onions encased in a wrap with a tomato, cucumber, parsley and chilli salsa and a chipotle cream served with a crispy lettuce and velvety avocado salad

Recipe Ingreds

Steak

  • 1 bell pepper (red)
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1 red onions
  • 2 sirloin Steak
  • 4 tbsp fajita seasoning

Salsa

  • 0.5 cucumber
  • 1 fresh chilli
  • 6 sprig fresh parsley
  • 0.5 red onions
  • brown sugar (to taste)
  • 3 tomatoes

Dressing

  • 1 tsp chipotle paste
  • 3 tbsp mayonnaise light
  • 100 ml sour cream

Salad

  • 1 avocado
  • 125 grams lettuce
  • 0.5 lime

Wrap

  • 4 wraps

Recipe with pictures Steps

Step 1

  • cut the garlic into slivers
  • make small cuts in the steak
  • insert the garlic slivers into the steak
  • rub the meat with the olive oil
  • rub half the fajita seasoning into the meat
  • place in a dish and cover with cling film
  • refrigerate overnight

Step 2

  • if warming the wraps in the oven set the oven to 190C 375F or gas mark 5
  • remove the meat from the fridge

Step 3

  • peel and finely chop the red onion
  • peel the cucumber and cut into cubes
  • wash and finely chop the chilli
  • wash and chop the tomatoes
  • wash and finely chop the fresh parsley
  • mix the salsa ingredients together in a bowl
  • taste and add sugar to taste
  • set a side

Step 4

  • mix the dressing ingredients together in a bowl
  • set a side

Step 5

  • peel and finely slice the onion(s)
  • wash and slice the peppers into strips

Step 6

  • oil the griddle pan
  • heat the griddle pan
  • ensure the pan is hot
  • add the steak
  • cook for 2 to 3 minutes
  • each side
  • remove from the pan and set a side.
  • for 5 minutes

Step 7

  • while the steak is cooking

Step 8

  • heat the frying pan
  • add a spot of the oil
  • add the sliced red onions and sliced peppers to the frying pan
  • cook for 3 to 4 mins
  • add the remaining fajita spice
  • cook for a minute or two

Step 9

  • cut the avocado(s) in half remove the stone and skin, slice lengthways into thin slices
  • add the avocado to the bowl
  • squeeze the lime(s)
  • toss the avocado in the lime juice

Step 10

  • shred the lettuce
  • add the lettuce to the avocados, toss the salad

Step 11

  • warm the wraps in the microwave for 30 seconds or cover the wraps in foil and place in the oven for 5 mins till warm

Step 12

  • cut the steak into 2cm slices add to the wrap
  • add the onions and peppers
  • add the salsa and the dressing to the wrap
  • roll the wrap

Step 13

  • serve with the salad

Recipe Utensils

  • 2 bowl
  • 2 chopping board
  • 1 chopping board
  • 1 cling film
  • 1 fish slice
  • 1 frying pan
  • 1 griddle pan
  • 1 large knife
  • 2 large knife
  • 1 lemon squeezer
  • 1 rectangular pie dish
  • 1 small bowl

About our garlic steak fajitas 

Fajitas originate from mexico and are a marinated meat dish usually using a spice rub, the most common meats used for fajitas are beef and chicken. Fajitas also make a delicious veggie meal as the rubs work well with vegetables. This fajita recipe features steak which is marinated in a fajita rub, with garlic and olive oil. The steak is grilled with red onions and red peppers and then sliced thinly and placed a soft tortilla wrap with a homemade salsa of cucumber, red onions and tomatoes flavoured with chilli and parsley. The fajita dish is completed with a hot chipotle mayo. The wraps are served with a simple lettuce, lime and avocado salad



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