Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Beef Fajita Macaroni

Any quick meal is a good meal in my dictionary. This beef with broccoli is a very quick cooking meal with just a handful of ingredients. Its very adaptable as you can add onions, peppers or mushroom to your preferences. If I am using tortilla wraps to serve with it, I skip broccoli and add onions, peppers and mushrooms. Add all the vegetables if serving with rice. The spices being used are fajita combination.


Beef                             1 lbs Cut in thin long strips
Garlic                           2 cloves minced
Salt                              to taste
Smoked paprika           1 tsp
Cumin powder             1 .5 tsp
Black pepper               1/2 tsp
Jalapeno                      1/2 finely chopped
Lime Juice                   1 tsp
Olive Oil                     4 tbsp
Broccoli                       2 cup cut into florets
Pasta                           5 cups boiled per package instructions


Heat the oil in a pa on medium high and add chopped garlic. Stir for a minute.
Increase the heat and add beef strips. Do not over crowd the pan or else you will end up steaming the meat.
Sprinkle salt, black pepper, paprika and cumin powder ad mix well. Put in the chopped jalapeno.
Once the beef no longer looks pink, take it out of the pan and sprinkle lime juice.
Add broccoli florets to the pan and sprinkle some salt on it.
Cover the florets on low heat till fork tender and bright green in color.
Put the beef back in the pan and mix well.
Add your pasta and serve.

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