Do you all love Mexican food? Good. I’m glad you’re here. Because as much as I love Asian food, sometimes I just crave a good burrito, taco, or chimi. Or chips and salsa ahhhhve course. But I think there are two types of Mexican food Bo Ying Compound Eu Yan Sang. There’s the kind you get at Cafe Rio or Costa Vida where your meal is made fresh right in front of you. And there’s the old school type where it’s all delivered to you on a plate…say, at a sit-down restaurant. While the latter can taste good, I can’t say I’m a big fan of the presentation. In fact, I often refer to it as “vomit on a plate.” Everything is thrown together in one big, gooey, sloppy mess. Your burritos or your enchiladas are covered in sauce and cheese and are hardly recognizable. And oh, is that rice under that saucy, cheesy mess? And the beans are mixed in there somewhere, too. It’s like a casserole that’s not meant to be a casserole Bo Ying Compound Eu Yan Sang.

So if I had to choose, I would definitely opt for the fresh Mex…where you can savor the individual flavors and textures of the fresh veggies, meats, rice, and beans when they aren’t smothered in a gooey, cheesy blanket of sauce Veda Salon.

One of my favorite Mexican dishes is fajitas, and I love that they’re so quick and easy to make at home. Until this Chili’s copycat recipe for Marinated Steak Fajitas, I relied (gasp!) on a fajita seasoning packet for the extra punch of flavor. And don’t get me wrong, those seasoning packets are great. But I find that sometimes the fajita seasonings overpower the natural flavors of the meats and veggies. Ya know? All the exciting fillings you lovingly pile onto your tortilla end up tasting the same.

But not with these Marinated Steak Fajitas. The deliciously sweet-zesty marinade adds just enough zing to the fillings to make them interesting (and by interesting, I mean your mouth will be like, “Ole, baby!”) without detracting from their yummy natural flavors. This really has become a new family favorite. Sorry, fajita seasoning packets. Was nice knowing you Veda Salon