National Fajita Day – a Tex-Mex dish usually with grilled meat on a type of tortilla shell. This is a day for us to celebrate that yummy food item. #FajitaDay
National Fajita Day
You can get these from Steak, Chicken or Shrimp. I am not big on shrimp, but I do like the combo of chicken and steak. Usually served with soft tortilla shells. Some shredded cheese, lettuce, sour cream and other items. Also some refried beans and rice on the side too. It is most often cooked or presented in a cast iron skillet. I am sure you can even have some pork fajitas too.
On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina founded National Fajita Day in 2016. Which is held annually on August 18.
I like mine cooked with onions and jalapeños. I will add the cheese and rice. But most Mexican restaurants won’t cook it like I like it, because it gives off a type of gas I guess and causes everyone to choke. That happened to me at one Mexican restaurant. Everyone in the back was couching and when they brought it to the dining area, all of us in there was too. I tried to do it at another Mexican restaurant and the waiter goes, You Kill Us All! I then remembered that ordeal.
But when I cook them at home, I do it and no problem. I can go to BD’s and no problem or even Asuka Buffet and no problem when I get the meat cooked with onions and jalapeños.
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My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. I listen to nothing but Christian Music. I work as a graphic designer.