Thursday, May 15, 2008

JFI- Bell Peppers: Quick Pepper Fajitas


Bell peppers are such a delight, their vibrant colors are enough to make you want to grab and munch on them. This is one of my favorite ways to have peppers, in a fajita....try it and see.

Ingredients:

8-Bell Peppers - red, green, yellow and red - sliced in slivers
1- Large White/Red Onion- sliced
1- Large Zucchini- sliced
1- Large Squash - sliced
1- Large carrot- sliced
1/2 cup- fresh/frozen corn
1 Package- Taco/Fajita Seasoning
Salt - to taste
1 tbsp- Olive Oil
Red Chili Flakes, Garlic Powder- to taste


In a wide pan, heat some oil and add the onions and carrots first. Saute for 5 mins. Add the rest of the veggies and add the seasonings. Cook until semi-soft or soft.

Serve with warm tortillas, sour cream, guacamole, olives, salsa and taco sauce and mexican rice on the side. Roll up the tortilla and enjoy.

This is going to Pooja for VOW-JFI- Peppers. Thanks, Pooja for hosting this wonderful event.

10 comments:

Pooja said...

Wow ! Such a wonderful entry :) . Thank you Trupti for being a part of VoW-JFI "Bell Peppers ".

You can send this along to A.W.E.D-Mexican too .
here is the link
http://culinarybazaar.blogspot.com/2008/04/invitation-to-all-to-be-awed-with-awed.html

Madhavi said...

Awesome entry Trupti, fajitas looks greatttt!!!

spillay said...

Look at all those colours!!! I love it!

Jyothsna said...

That colourful!! Very my kind of quick cooking!!

Roma said...

Very bright and vibrant dish!

Priya said...

Trupti...just like you, fajitas are my fav way to eat peppers..I also slice in jalapenos...it sort of gets grilled...thanks!

TBC said...

How bright and colorful!

It is so nice to see you post regularly.:-)

Devi Priya said...

Yum! one of my favorites. Thanks Trupti for the info regarding "taste of India". I registered yesterday.

Priya.

Hetal said...

The Fajitas look so delicious..

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