Inside:Image pulling into your campsite with Hot Logic beef fajitas cooked and ready to eat. Campervan meals don’t get any easier.
I love fajitas. The spicy aroma of the meat and peppers awakes my tastebuds, while the toppings add complexity to the tastiness. it’s is one of my favorite meals at home or on the road.
I usually eat them loaded, as pictured above, but when I’m cutting carbs, I forget the tortilla and double down on the meat.
Hot Logic beef fajitas are also delicious as a grain bowl, served over Spanish rice.
You can substitute chicken for the beef and have a completely new meal.
Best of all, there’s no skillet to clean, and your van doesn’t smell like a restaurant kitchen. No grease splatters to clean up either. Just cook this meal in your Hot Logic Mini while you do something else.
Double or triple this recipe easily – it still fits in a 36-ounce glass cooking dish. The single-serving is low-cal, so if you are hiking or active – double or triple it up!
You can use any commercial brand of fajita spice packages for this recipe, but I just mix up my own. A recipe for homemade fajita seasoning is included below. It’s enough to make 14 fajita recipes.
What is a Hot Logic Mini? Click here for a detailed description of my new favorite appliance.
Let’s cook Hot Logic beef fajitas
Layer the peppers and onion beneath the meat slices and sprinkle the fajita seasoning on top.
Seal the dish and place in the Hot Logic Mini to cook for two hours. It can stay longer without burning or drying out.
Beef fajitas for one, cooked in a Hot Logic Mini. These are as easy as they are delicious.
1/4 pound beef, sliced thin (Tri-tip or sirloin steak work well ) 3 small bell peppers or 1 medium, sliced 1/3 cup onion, sliced 1 teaspoon fajita seasoning (packaged or homemade) 1 small flour tortilla (or corn)
Chopped lettuce 1 T grated cheese 1 T salsa
Mix the beef, onion, peppers and fajita seasoning in a glass dish.
Cover and cook in the Hot Logic mini for 3-6 hours.
Serve with tortilla and toppings.