"Wrapped in packets of foil, strips of sirloin and bell pepper, black beans, and fajita seasonings are cooked on the grill or baked in the oven for an easy dinner with loads of flavor." — Reynolds Wrap®
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(12x18-inches each) Reynolds Wrap® Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil
boneless beef sirloin steak, 1/2 inch thick
frozen yellow, green and red peppers with onions
1/2 (15 ounce) can
black beans, rinsed and drained
liquid fajita marinade
shredded Cheddar cheese for tacos
I made this on the grill last night for dinner and it was amazing. I did not use beans, but that didn't take from the flavor. I did use Badia Fajita Marinade from the Hispinic food isle. It's delish and these definitely won't disappoint.
Yum!! I used the oven method (no personal grills allowed at our apt complex), and they were perfect~! I'm looking forward to the leftover for lunch today.
Pretty Good, but I think it's missing something..maybe a good New York Steak Sauce or maybe I should have sprayed the foil with PAM so the food didn't broil and caramelize to the foil. Next time, I will add some spices from Ghana that my Uncle Zacharia sent me. It was a bit plain for my tastebuds. I Located some minced lamb and it was a much better match. My daughter Jami loves to eat any meat so this one is for her. Maybe some ground Buffalo would be the next choice to find with some Black pepper. As a breakfast wrap, this would be great with a cup of kofi. I think some flavor is lost because of the aluminum foil. Maybe I will simply fry the ingredients.
This was a wonderfully tasting recipe. My family loved it! No modifications.
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