Basic Fajitas (And Then Some)

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Title: Basic Fajitas (And Then Some)
Yield: 8 Servings
Categories: Meat

Ingredients:

2 lb Skirt steak
1 lb Chicken breasts; boneless
1 lb Shrimp


----------------------------------MARINADE----------------------------------
6 Limes; cut in half, squeeze
-out juice; throw everything
-(limes) in bowl
4 Yellow onions; chopped
4 Cloves garlic; smashed
4 lg Jalapenos -or-
8 Serranos; seeded and chopped
1 lg Bunch of fresh cilantro;
-coarsely chopped
2 tb Salt
1/4 c Dark rum
2 Bottles Dos Equis beer
-(brown bottle not green)

douglas allen thompson

Take the chicken and steak and slightly freeze them so that cutting the
meat into thin 1/2" strips is easier. Trim off any fat or chicken skin.

In a large glass bowl or casserole make the marinade (mix all ingredients).
Put the meat in this and cover with plastic wrap. Allow to sit in the
fridge overnight or make this early in the morning for the evening meal.

Remove meat from marinade prior to grilling. Discard the marinade and Do
Not Re-use. Once meat has drained place the beef on the hot grill first,
laying the strips perpendicular to the grill rods,spokes,etc. otherwise the
meat falls into the fire. After you get the beef on add the chicken the
same way. The meat will cook quickly and you only need to flip it once.As
the beef and chicken cook add the shrimp. The shrimp may cook so fast that
you don't have to turn it.

When the shrimp curls up and goes pink it's done.Remove all the meat from
the grill and serve with grilled onions and green pepper slices.(These can
be made ahead of time and kept warm.) Serve meat and grilled vegetables
with large flour tortillas that have been heated up. Top with sour
cream,salsa,or, if you wish, Melinda's.

One suggestion: This works best if one person works the grill and starts to
turn meat while someone else is adding the meat to the grill. Everything
cooks fast and this is something that you don't want to overcook.

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