- 1 pound fajita
- 2 tbsp Cottonmouth
- 1 tbsp salt
- 4 oz avocado
- 1 tsp garlic
- 1 tsp salt
- 12 oz bread (sub, rolls)
- 4 tbs Scorched
- Cut the white membrane off the best you can.
- Liberally sprinkle Cottonmouth on both sides.
- Add salt to your taste. A little more than what you would put on finished food at table is okay. Most will come off during cooking.
- Let meat rest until it sweats. I always go for a minimum of 45 minutes.
- Cook this thang however you want! We did it on a hibachi with charcoal.
- Light up charcoal and let it coal out. It will be gray and hotter than hell.
- Set steak on grill for 3 minutes. Usually the coals are a little hotter than medium in your stove.
- Flip and grill an additional 3 minutes.
- Now you are timer free and this is the point where you need to decide when your fajitas are cooked to your perfection. For me I know it’s another fajita flip and 3 more minutes. This is pretty consistent in giving me a medium rare cut.
- On cutting board chop up clove of garlic add salt to garlic.
- Mash garlic and salt between knife blade and cutting board.
- In a bowl add meat of avocado and salt mash.
- With a fork mash all that up to desired consistency.
- Spread butter or olive oil over both sides of bread.
- On grill or medium high pan on stove, place both sides face down and grill until toasty.
- Cut fajitas in half long way.
- Now cut ¼ to ⅓ inch strips against grain.
- Now just start stack’n! In image it’s fajitas, shredded cheese, guacamole and salsa. We used Scorched in this one.
- This as most the dinners I cook are built for speed and simple.
- You want something else on there I highly recommend it!
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