Easy Steak Fajitas is the perfect recipe for busy weeknights using skirt steak, onions and peppers, Served with tortillas, guacamole, sour cream, and salsa. This is also a great recipe for leftover steak fajitas using my Cast Iron Steak Recipe. Let me show you how to make this family favorite recipe.
If you're looking for a fun, delicious recipe the whole family is going to love, why not try this recipe for Easy Steak Fajitas. It's such a quick meal to put together for busy nights. That seems to be my life motto these days...make dinner fast.
Leftover Steak Fajitas
My family and I are big fans of steak, and for some strange reason I had leftover steak recently and decided to do something different with the leftovers. This recipe was inspired because of the leftover steak, but don't worry, you don't need leftover steak!
Tips for Making Steak Fajitas
- You can use chicken or beef. You can even make them vegetarian and add more vegetables.
- The cut of beef you use is important. I always use skirt steak in this recipe. It's a more tender cut of meat and when sliced thin will cook up in no time.
- Try to have everything prepped before you start cooking because this is a fast recipe!
- Always serve with homemade salsa, sour cream and guacamole.
Here is the original photo from quite a few years when this recipe was first posted. For some reason, people LOVE this photo on Facebook.
But I thought it was time to do a new one and update the post with a printable recipe card.
Exact measurements are listed below in the recipe card. Make sure you scroll down to print and save the recipe for later!
- 1 lb skirt steak
- Peppers of various colors
- Yellow onion
- Taco seasoning
- Vegetable oil
- Worchestire sauce
Slice all the peppers into the same size and width to help them cook fast and evenly.
Slice the skirt steak thin and add it to a bowl. Toss well with the taco seasoning.
Cook the meat in 2 tbsp of oil. You can see that the meat gives off quite a bit of water while cooking. Don't worry, that will all cook out.
When the beef is about done, remove to a plate and keep warm while you cook the peppers and onions.
How to Cook the Veggies
Add the remaining oil and then add the onions and peppers. Saute them until they reach the tenderness you desire. You can also sprinkle a little more taco seasoning on top of the peppers and onions.
Add the steak back to the pan and sprinkle with a few shakes of Worcheshire sauce and continue cooking until the meat is completely cooked through and everything has blended together.
Now comes the fun part! Serving and eating the steak fajitas.
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- 1 lb skirt steak
- 2 - 3 bell peppers of various colors
- 1 large yellow onion
- 2 tbsp taco seasoning
- 3 tbsp vegetable oil divided
- 1 tbsp butter
- A few shakes of Worcheshire sauce to taste.
- Slice the skirt steak thin and against the grain.
- Slice the peppers and onions into strips and set aside.
- In a heavy pan, heat 2 tbsp oil and add the skirt steak, stirring occasionally until almost cooked through.
- When the beef is almost done, remove to a plate and keep warm while you cook the peppers and onions.
- Add the remaining oil and then add the onions and peppers, and saute them until they reach the tenderness you desire.
- Add the steak back to the pan.
- Sprinkle with a few shakes of Worcheshire sauce and continue cooking until the meat is completely cooked through and everything has blended together.
Serve immediately with flour tortillas, guacamole, sour cream, and salsa.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 437Total Fat: 30gSaturated Fat: 9gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 19gCholesterol: 75mgSodium: 428mgCarbohydrates: 11gFiber: 2gSugar: 5gProtein: 30g
The nutrition information is calculated automatically. I cannot guarantee its accuracy. If this data is important to you, please verify with your trusted nutrition calculator.
This recipe has been updated since it was first published on my site in 2014. There are new process photos showing you how easy it is to prepare this recipe for your family.