Freezer Meal Recipes: Steak Fajitas
Beef Fajitas are a great freezer meal!
Fajitas are a nice freezer meal to have on hand for the family, to exchange in a freezer meal group, or to give to another family. Easy to make, customize-able, family-friendly, and delicious!
The only down side to these fajitas is that beef can be expensive. I chose to use a top round cut because it was on sale at a local grocery store, but you can probably get away with using most any boneless beef steak. Slice the meat across the grain to help tenderize it.
Even on sale though, beef usually costs more than chicken. Feel free to try the fajitas with chicken instead of beef if you want to! I’m sure it will still be wonderful!
The prep for this fajita freezer meal involves a lot of slicing and and some marinade-making, but no cooking. After thawing the freezer meal and before serving is when all of the stir-frying action happens. It only takes about 13 minutes to cook it all up!
This freezer meal has four elements to package together, but separately – marinated beef, tortillas, veggies, and cheese. It works well to put all of it in a 2-gallon or 2.5-gallon size resealable bag. (Looks like you can buy them online, if you want to!) If you can’t find a large resealable bag, you can just wrap everything up in a few plastic grocery bags, but it would be a good idea to make sure the resealable bags within are of freezer quality to help protect the food.
To make this TERRAfit-friendly, use low-sodium soy sauce and olive oil. Then skip the sour cream when serving and use whole grain or corn tortillas.
This recipe is from the cookbook Fix, Freeze, Feast.
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