Make This Low Carb Steak Fajita Recipe for Lunch!
You know what makes a lunch recipe perfect? It’s when it can be cooked up in a hurry and still has a ton of delicious flavor. You simply can’t beat the deliciousness found in this Easy Steak Fajita recipe! Not only does it take about 25 minutes from start to finish, but all the tasty, fresh ingredients mean that this dish is sure to be an explosion of flavor. If you’re committed to the keto diet then you definitely want to be sure to add this one to your weekly lunch ideas. It’s also a great make-ahead option so you can meal prep if you prefer.
What’s the secret to all that flavor? It’s the perfectly combined marinade! Allow the meat to rest for a couple of hours with this delicious concoction poured over it and you will definitely enjoy this dish even more. Don’t forget that fajitas are the perfect grill food so feel free to serve this up at your next cookout. Your guests are sure to love it!
Low carb foodies everywhere will appreciate the bold taste of all the traditional fajita ingredients including chili powder, cumin, and red pepper if you prefer a little more heat. You can enjoy the high-protein fajita dish on its own or you can make a lettuce wrap as a tortilla substitute. You can even top with sour cream if you prefer. These extra customizations can go a long way in making this meal even more satisfying! Whether you want a fast lunch or a light dinner, you should definitely try this Easy Steak Fajita Recipe!
If you loved our steak fajitas and are looking for more steak recipes, try this keto pepper steak from My Table of Three. This recipe might be completely different from ours, but it’s another delicious recipe that steak lovers have to try!
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