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How to make fajitas. Not a Cajun recipe, but still a real good meal. The meat we used was a grilled pork tenderloin, but ...
you can use steak, chicken, or even shrimp if you like.
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Hi, welcome to Cajun Cooking TV. It’s Tuesday night at the Stokes’ house and we like to have a quick supper on a work night. So, on Saturday, Mike cooked grilled pork tenderloins on the grill so we have this leftover. So what we do is kind of make some good item to go along with this. So tonight, we’re going to have some pork tenderloin fajitas
I take one red bell pepper and slice it up and one sweet onion. Slice that really well. I have a stove-top right here. And I put a little olive oil in here so we sauté in those vegetables. I also have some mushrooms so that’s certainly optional. We’re going to sauté those up. I have a little bit of lime and I'm just slicing our pork tenderloin and then once the vegetables are done, we’re going to throw that in to heat that up. And we also have some tortillas, some shredded cheddar cheese, some Pico de Gallo and some fresh guacamole. So I can’t wait to get some of that.
So we’re going to sauté this onion and bell pepper. I put a little salt. I’m going to sprinkle in some lime in a good Southwest flavor with this lime. If you wanted to go really all out, put a little drop of Tequila in there but we’ll skip that tonight.
These vegetables are just about done. I threw in the mushrooms. Mike said, “oh, yuck”, but I don’t care. We need take them out. We get the meat all slice so let’s see. Let’s take about half of these and see. We’re just going to throw that in there and mix it up with it to heat up the meat. Toss it in around like you stir and fry.
Now for the tortillas, you can follow the package directions. Sometimes they tell you to wrap them in paper towels, wet paper towels and put them in the microwave. I found it easier just to put them into the toaster oven on a light toast just to heat them up so I’m going to do that.
You can also toss them in a frying pan with a little bit of spray oil just to heat up the tortillas. But like I said, I will put them into the toaster oven, it’s much easier. I can do two at a time.
Let’s put the sour cream on first. That’s how you like it down here, don’t you? Spread out some sour cream around. Now, we’re going to take our tortilla, scoop out some good meat, some of those onions and peppers, and you just pile them on the kitchen. I get some fresh Pico de Gallo here, want a little bit of guacamole. Oh, that looks so good. And a little bit of cheese, a little shot of cheese around here. And now what I want to do is fold it up like a cackle. I usually try it only one side, fold it up like this so it all stick in there. And then seal it up like that and give it a taste. It’s better in anywhere restaurant I’ve been to.
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