After seeing worktogthr's thread on cheese steak subs on a flat top, I knew the flat top was going to be on the wish list. Showed it to Judy (my wife), and she said we could put it on the patio & wouldn't mess up the kitchen. SHE SAID "Lets get one". So I started looking around. Lowe's had a Blackstone and I found a Camp Chef on Amazon for only $79 more than the Blackstone, no tax & free shipping. It's a little smaller, but I have a Camp Chef Smoke Vault & really like it. Also Camp Chef has replacement parts readily available. So here is our new baby:
I had part of a ribeye leftover from a couple of nights ago, so we thought how about steak fajitas.
Chopped up some onion, peppers, garlic, and ginger. Sliced the ribeye. Got some cheese & sour cream out.
Next we made the tortilla's. Pretty easy just mix the dough, need it then into a tortilla press. Of course Judy did all that.
I was waiting at the flat top to cook the tortillas, just a couple minutes on each side.
Next into the warmer, and the onions & peppers go on the flat top. Add some salt, pepper, red pepper flakes.
Cook them a little then add the ginger & garlic.
Next a little red wine & the steak.
All done & off to the side to stay warm. Then grab a tortilla & build a fajita.
Add some cheese.
Then some sour cream!
And dig in!
I think we are going to be using this flat top a lot.
Thanks for looking!