Steak Fajita Roll-Ups – Ditch the flour tortillas and make this amazing low-carb version of your favorite steak fajitas!
Hey ya! Happy Fridaaaay! I am gearing up for a festive weekend. Unlike the rest of you, we’re just getting started with Christmas as today we celebrate Christmas Eve! Some Christian Orthodox Churches still follow the old Julian Calendar, and for that reason we are always two weeks behind (if you will) with the Holidays. 🎇🎄
If this is something you have never heard of, I am happy to have contributed to that good ol’ saying, “we learn something NEW every day”. 😉
And on that note, please say HELLO to my favorite little appetizer, or sometimes a full on dinner, Steak Fajita Roll-Ups. This might even trump those perfect bites of Loaded Baked Potato Rounds. EEP!
So, like, a very very long time ago – seriously, like 20 years ago – I was on this low-carb kick for months and months. I avoided bread and starches at all costs and created all my faves low-carb-style, which is how THESE steak fajita roll-ups came to be. And trust me, if there was ever a time to get into steak, this is it!
I ate every kind of meat and chicken and fish under the sun, day in and day out, thus I had to come up with fun, enjoyable ways to prepare my food, including placing vegetables inside my steak and rollin’ it up.
Before we get into the step by steps, I will need you to hop on over to my recipe for Homemade Fajita Seasoning and print it out, m’kay? Takes all of a minute to make it, assuming you have chili powder, cumin, paprika, oregano, salt, etc., on hand?
Once you’ve got that whole seasoning mix prepared, bust out the thinly sliced Sirloin Tip Steak (Carne Asada) and cut it into about 2-inches wide and 6-ish inches long strips. Season the strips with that fajita seasoning mix, set it aside and start slicing the bell peppers and onions. When you’re done with that, please take out your grill pan, heat it up and cook the veg for a few minutes. Once that is finished, either let the peppers cool down a bit or use tongs to transfer them to the prepared steak strips. Roll up the steak, secure it with a toothpick, put it all back in the grill pan and cook it for about 2 minutes per side, or to desired degree doneness.
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