Slow Cooker Beef Fajitas – Slow Cooking Perfected

Slow cooker steak fajita recipe

The slow cooker is perfect for cooking a delicious mix of meat fajitas for your next meal.

The meat fajita mixture

is loaded with flavor thanks to onion, garlic, peppers, sauce and fajita seasoning. I highly recommend serving it inside a wheat or corn tortilla. It goes very well with a little lettuce, sour cream and cheese.

Obviously, this recipe is far from the traditional version of this dish. Traditionally, a fajita is grilled instead of cooked slowly. It is often served with condiments such as refried beans, sour cream, guacamole, and much more.

You can also make this recipe with chicken instead of beef. Choose the meat you like best, as both versions are absolutely delicious. Personally, I prefer the meat version.

It seems to me that this recipe will make enough meat fajita filling to feed at least four people. If you need to feed more, I recommend doubling or tripling the recipe.


cooking, you may find that the fajita mixture has some liquid in it. I recommend serving the mixture with a slotted spoon so you can easily drain any excess liquid. Alternatively, you can thicken the mixture using a cornstarch mixture.

I recommend using a hard cut of meat for best results. Something like mandrel, flank, round, blade or breast will work very well for this recipe. There’s no need to buy an expensive piece of meat, so save your money and choose something cheap.

You can try to adjust the vegetables we use in the recipe, but I recommend you continue with our selection. The traditional fajita mixture typically includes onions and peppers. However, you can experiment by adding mushrooms, more tomatoes, or even sliced carrots.

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What to include with your meat fajitas

There are a lot of different seasonings that will work perfectly with this meat fajita blend. Below are a couple of ideas on what you can do.

First, you’ll have to choose between wheat and corn tortillas. Corn tortillas are considered more authentic, but they tend to be smaller and more liquid than wheat. Wheat tortillas can be quite large and tend to be milder. Both are great options, so choose what you like best.

The amount of seasonings that work very well in fajitas is overwhelming. Some that work great include guacamole, diced tomatoes, sour cream, refried beans, salsa, and many more. I also love adding some cheese with the rest of the ingredients.

Fajitas can be a bit messy, so don’t be embarrassed if you make a little mess while eating. It’s part of the fun of eating this delicious food.

The following recipe will take you through all the steps to make fajitas of meat in the slow cooker. Be sure to let us know what you think about this delicious food.

More Mexican-inspired

recipes If you like

Mexican food, you’ll probably like the recipes below. Let us know if you have any of your favorites that you want to share.

I have to recommend our twist on the traditional meat enchilada. In our slow cooker version, we stack the meat enchiladas so that they cook best in the slow cooker or slow cooker. The result is a delicious meal that the whole family will enjoy.

The chicken sauce recipe is one of my favorites. It features deliciously tender chicken cooked slowly in sauce and topped with plenty of cheese. I highly recommend trying it.

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hope you like this mixture of slow-cooked meat fajitas as much as I do. If you have any comments, feel free to leave a comment below.

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