Beef Fajitas with Balsamic Onions
The sun was out today and although it was still just 45 degrees it felt like spring. So I decided to grill some beef fajitas with balsamic onions. This is part of a class that I teach. In addition I decided to make a batch of baked sweet potato fries and cole slaw to go with them. It was delicious and hit the spot.
Instead of using flank steak I used a sirloin strip mainly because it’s not stringy like flank steak and I didn’t have the entire day to marinate it. It was tasty, tender and moist.
If you’ve never made sweet potato fries they’re amazing and simple.
Sweet Potato Fries
3 large sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into wedges
spray a foil lined sheet pan or tray with non-stick spray
lay potato wedges on foil lined tray
sprinkle with Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
Bake at 400 approximately 20 minutes.
You have no idea how soft and tasty these are-they melt in your mouth. They’re so good they don’t even need catsup.
With spring just around the corner I have lots of fun culinary classes to choose from. If you’re interested in learning more about them please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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