Marinated some boneless skinless chicken thighs in beer, soy sauce, Worcestershire, garlic and cilantro and cumin. Let them soak for a couple of days.
Griddled up a bunch of peppers and onions in a bit of olive oil.
Left the onions and peppers with a little crunch to them as I like to know they are in there.
Threw the chicken on:
Flipped it when it was nice a golden brown:
Let it go a few minutes and then cut it up right on the griddle and finished cooking the chicken through.
Threw the tortillas on just to make them pliable:
And now to assemble:
Some guacamole and sour cream:
Some shredded Mexican blend:
Peppers and onions:
And a dollop of salsa (my neighbor owns a Mexican restaurant nearby and the salsa is insane. I barter smoked goods for quarts of salsa haha)
Rolled up and wrapped up:
I always try to make fajitas and tacos in bulk and wrap them up for easy lunches to pull out of the freezer for work. For dinner I had a tortillaless fajita over some yellow rice:
I'm really loving the Blackstone. Makes larger mess so easily especially when it comes to frying up peppers and onions and what not. Thanks for looking!