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How To Make Fajitas On A Blackstone Griddle!

Fajitas On A Blackstone Griddle are a favorite at my house!  Making food at home is one of my favorite ways to celebrate holidays like Cinco De Mayo! My only regret is not trying it years ago on my Blackstone Griddle. 

Steak fajitas cooking with peppers and red onion on blackstone griddle

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Now, if you are new to Blackstone or eyeing getting one, let me just say get one.  I have the 17-inch Blackstone, which I now use on job sites and when we camp. My back deck has 36-inch Blackstone, which has made many meals.  Food just tastes better when cooked on the Blackstone, and the cleanup is a breeze! 

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In addition to buying a Blackstone on Amazon, you can order Blackstone Griddles from Walmart and Blackstone on their website -> here.

Ingredients For Fajitas:

How To Cook Fajitas On The Blackstone Griddle:

Now, if you want to take fajita night to the next level, you can make your tortilla using a tortilla press! I have been eying getting one to make my own.  If you don’t use the Blackstone to warm your tortillas, I recommend a Tortilla warmer, especially if you are serving a large group!  

It doesn’t matter what kind of meat you are using. You will start with a container or a bag to allow the meat to marinate before cooking.  If you are using a tougher cut of meat, be sure to marinate longer so the salt and lime can tenderize the meat more.

In a bowl or bag, combine your seasonings, vegetable Oil, water, tequila, and lime juice.  There isn’t much measuring; it mostly depends on how seasoned you like your meat.

Allow your meat to marinate, and take the time to cut up your vegetables for the fajitas.  

Fajitas On A Blackstone Griddle are the perfect alternatives to Taco Tuesday or at Home Dinner for Cinco De Mayo! So easy to cook and clean up is a breeze as well! Toast your tortillas on the Blackstone for more flavor as well!

For making Fajitas, I recommend cutting the peppers into quarters and then slicing them into long slices.

When you are ready to start cooking fire up your Blackstone griddle.

Re-oil your griddle; I always re-oil to make sure my griddle won’t stick and cooks well.  Be sure to check out -> How To Care For Your Blackstone Griddle.

When your griddle is ready, I turn the heat down low and drop your meat on.

Fajitas On A Blackstone Griddle are the perfect alternatives to Taco Tuesday or at Home Dinner for Cinco De Mayo! So easy to cook and clean up is a breeze as well! Toast your tortillas on the Blackstone for more flavor as well!

Stir your meat often using the spatulas in the Blackstone Griddle Accessories kit.

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When your meat is almost done, mix the veggies into your meat. I made this at the same time as Steak, Shrimp, and Chicken Fajitas, so I spread my veggies with different meat.

Chicken Fajitas On Blackstone

Cook until your veggies are tender and your meat is cooked.

Remove and then clean your griddle with the Blackstone Scraper in the Blackstone Accessory kit.

Re-oil your griddle if needed.

Butter both sides of the tortillas shells and throw them on the Blackstone to grill them up.

Corn Tortillas On Blackstone

Remove and serve!

Fajitas On A Blackstone Griddle are the perfect alternatives to Taco Tuesday or at Home Dinner for Cinco De Mayo! So easy to cook and clean up is a breeze as well! Toast your tortillas on the Blackstone for more flavor as well!

Seasoning For Fajitas On Blackstone Griddle:

Toppings for Fajitas:

What To Serve With Fajitas:

Blackstone Fajita Recipes

Blackstone Recipes

From Fajitas to Fried Rice and Breakfast, there isn’t much you can’t cook on a Blackstone. I love to use mine to make family dinners and use my leftover smoked foods in new recipes!

Check out my must-have Blackstone Griddle accessories -> HERE!

Steak fajitas cooking with peppers and red onion on blackstone griddle

How To Make Blackstone Fajitas

Fajitas On A Blackstone Griddle are the perfect alternatives to Taco Tuesday or at Home Dinner for Cinco De Mayo! So easy to cook and clean up is a breeze as well! Toast your tortillas on the Blackstone for more flavor as well!
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Marinate 2 hours
Course Entree
Cuisine Mexican

Instructions
 

  • In a bowl or bag, combine your seasonings, vegetable Oil, water, tequila, and lime juice.  There isn’t much measuring it mostly depends on how seasoned you like your meat.
  • Allow your meat to marinate and take the time to cut up your vegetables for the fajitas.  
  • Allow your meat to marinate and take the time to cut up your vegetables for the fajitas.  
  • When you are ready to start cooking fire up your Blackstone griddle.
  • Re-oil your griddle; I always re-oil just to make sure my griddle won’t stick and cooks well. 
  • When your griddle is ready I turn the heat down on low and then drop your meat on.
  • Stir your meat often using the spatulas in the Blackstone Griddle Accessories kit.
  • When your meat is almost done, mix the veggies into your meat. 
  • Cook until your veggies are tender and your meat is cooked.
  • Remove and then scrape your griddle clean with the Blackstone Scrape.
  • Re-oil your griddle if needed.
  • Butter both sides of the tortillas shells and throw them on the Blackstone to grill them up.
  • Remove and serve!
Keyword Blackstone Fajitas, steak fajitas
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How To Make Fajitas On A Blackstone Griddle!

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  1. I’ve never buttered my tortillas, I need to try this. I love fajitas with all of the veggies, I need to give your recipe a try. Thank you for sharing!

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