FAJITAS

Here is a recipe from one of my NTP (Nutritional Therapy Practitioner) fellow students, Elma Chambers.  Thank you for contributing to my blog!!

FAJITAS

1 pound of steak from local grass fed cow
large onion
1 green and red bell peppers
1 jalapeno pepper
chili powder
cumin
mineral salt from Health Food store
olive oil
butter
fresh tomato
fresh avocado
small garlic clove
cilantro
shredded cheese
lemon
cilantro

whole wheat tortillas

Brown steak on each side in olive oil and butter in frying pan.  Remove and slice thinly on bias.  Put back in frying pan.
Sprinkle with chili powder, cumin and mineral salt.
Add 1/2 jalepeno pepper diced very small.
Stir, then add:
7/8 sliced onion
1 each sliced:  red and green bell pepper
water as needed to complete cooking without burning

Homemade Salsa
Mix the following in a small food processor:
small garlic clove
1/8 jalapeno pepper
1/8 onion
1 fresh tomato
cilantro leaves
Dash mineral salt from Health Food store (bulk)
1 Tablespoon fresh lemon

Slice for dish on the side:
Slice fresh tomato
Slice fresh avocado
Shredded cheese of choice

Warm whole wheat tortillas in frying pan with small amount of butter.  Serve warm.  Add hot ingredients.  Add fresh sliced tomato and avocado.  Sprinkle with cheese and fresh salsa.

Serve with water with fresh lemon in it to drink.

 

About Lisa Wilcox

Mother of three, wife of a farmer, foodie, tendency toward primal diet & lifestyle, soccer mom, Yoga, Swimming, Mac & Apple, living in the northwest, small boutique herd of grass fed and finished Angus Beef.
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