We had some friends over and decided to make fajitas (Tex-Mex). Always fun to fill your flour tortilla to your liking with beef and all the other fixings, like salsa, cheese, sour creme, and guacamole. I used a flank steak for the beef. Normally I bake it on a large skillet. Now I grilled the beef after a few hours in a marinade on the bbq till pretty rare, cut the beef in strips and finish it on the hot skillet with onions and bell peppers.
I also made a home-made salsa, based on Tyler Florence’s Salsa Roja recipe. I used dried ancho chiles, dried Anaheim chiles and chipotle chiles from a can (I didn’t have dried). I used a bit more peppers then the recipe called for, so it was very hot! I split it in two, and added a bit of sour cream to one part to reduce the heat a bit. At the end of the meal both were almost finished, a good sign! 🙂