Okay. We love fajitas in this house. I’m not going to lie though, a lot of times I am pressed for time when I am making dinner, or I haven’t had a chance to marinade chicken, but I still want all the peppers, onions, and deliciousness that goes along with the fajitas but in 15 minutes time…and so we invented this and my husband named it fajito (a mixture between a fajita and a burrito).
To make a long story short. We love these. I love these because they are so easy, and are chock- ful of veggies and beans! It is pretty versatile, so you can add and leave out what you don’t have to an extent! Enjoy!
*Note: This can be served on a burrito shell or a salad topped with cheese, guacamole, fresh tomatoes or whatever fixing you like! My husband and I also like to dip our chips in the leftovers for a late night snack!
1/2 pound ground beef
1 onion (chopped)
1 red pepper (chopped)
1 green pepper (chopped)
1 can of beans (black or pinto work great), drained.
1 cup of corn
Taco Seasoning ( I use this homeade kind….It is delicious!)
Cheese, sour cream, tomatoes, salsa, guacamole, or whatever sides you like on your burritos!
Heat skillet. Cook ground beef. Add chopped onions, and peppers. Cook until veggies are soft, but crisp still( It doesn’t take too long). Add can of drained beans. Add Taco seasoning to taste. Add cup of corn ( usually use frozen, and just let it heat up in the hot skillet).
Serve on a burrito shells, a bed of lettuce, or dip chips into it, topped with guacamole, cheese, sour cream, lettuce, or whatever you like on your burritos!