Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Fajita Recipe

Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Vegetarian Fajitas

School has started back here in Kentucky, Clay’s work hours are insane right now, I’m eating more plant based foods and less meat, the kids are picky “as all get out” and all that makes supper time ridiculously hard. I have a really hard time finding something that every one likes and is also easy to fix when we’re in a hurry. We all like wraps and most of us like burritos and fajitas so I made up a couple recipes using the new Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas. They seemed to go over really well!

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I’ve been eating a lot more grains and vegetables lately and I have a recipe for some black beans that I tweaked and have been eating regularly. When I was making it last week the idea struck me that it would be great in a vegetarian fajita. So I added a few more ingredients and gave it a try. Clay and the kids love meat. So I made steak fajitas and smothered burritos for them. The final meal was quick to fix and tasted great!

For my vegetarian fajitas (recipe below) I used corn, black beans, mushrooms, onions, green bell pepper, cumin and chili powder. I cooked some brown rice and quinoa with a little chili powder and bell pepper and then mixed it together. I sauteed some tri-color bell peppers and green onions in a little olive oil and then assembled it all in my Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortilla. I served it with some refried beans and organic salsa.


Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Vegetarian Fajitas

Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Vegetarian Fajitas

For the steak fajitas, Clay grilled some skirt steak on the grill and then he added that and some of the quinoa mix and bell peppers and onions I’d made along with hot taco sauce and cheese. They turned out so well!

Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Steak Burritos

Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Steak Burritos

The kids like to eat theirs smothered in taco sauce and cheese. It uses very little cheese but looks super cheesy. My son will eat what we eat. He isn’t picky at all but our girls are extremely picky. 2 of them will eat bean burritos. So for them I used an Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortilla and added refried beans inside with a little taco sauce. Then on the outside I spread a TBSP of sauce over the top and a sprinkling of shredded cheese. Then I popped them in the microwave for 30 seconds to melt the cheese.

Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Smothered Burritos

Our other daughter is the pickiest of all but she loves grilled cheese. So I took one of the Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas, sprinkled a little shredded cheese inside, rolled it up, closing both ends and then microwaved it to melt the cheese. You can also grill them in a little olive oil to make them more like a grilled cheese sandwich but we were strapped for time and had to really make this a quick meal.

The Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas are available in fajita, taco, burrito and new mini sizes and are available in the refrigerated aisle at Walmart stores. All Azteca’s No Preservative flour options contain no high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors or flavors.

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Ok here’s my Vegetarian Fajita recipe. Please note that I do not break my recipes down by calories and nutritional info. I just make them and eat them. I do prefer organicand natural ingredients when possible. πŸ˜€

Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Vegetarian Fajitas

Vegetarian Fajitas With Brown Rice and Quinoa

Author: Crystal Martin
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Ingredients  

  • 1 Cup Quinoa (I use Ancient Harvest Organic Tri-Color Harmony Blend – no rinsing or soaking needed)
  • 1 Cup Brown Rice (follow package directions – instant rice not recommended)

For the corn/black bean mixture

  • 1 15 ounce can Black Beans – rinsed
  • 1 15 ounce can corn – drained
  • 1 Bell peppers in your color of choice (I used a red, yellow and green tri-color pepper – diced)
  • 3 Green onions/Spring onions – both white and green parts – chopped
  • 1/2 Cup mushrooms (optional – diced)
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin
  • 1 tsp Chili Powder
  • 1 TBSP Olive Oil

Peppers and Onions

  • 3 Bell peppers in your color of choice – sliced
  • 1 Large onion – sliced into slivers
  • 1 TBSP Olive oil

Tortillas

Instructions

Brown Rice and Quinoa

  • Cook Brown Rice and Quinoa according to package instructions. Set aside.

Bell Peppers and Onions

  • Saute bell peppers and onions in olive oil over medium heat or in a foil pouch on the grill until onions are translucent and peppers are soft and tender.
  • Set aside.

Black Beans and Corn

  • In a skillet on medium heat, saute corn, mushrooms, green onions and bell peppers until peppers are soft. Approx. 5 – 8 minutes
  • Turn heat down to low.
  • Stir in rinsed black beans, cumin and chili powder and simmer, stirring often, for 3 – 5 minutes or until black beans are hot.
  • Add brown rice/quinoa mixture and mix together.

Arrange Fajitas

  • Place 2 TBSP brown rice/corn mixture on an Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas.
  • Top with sauteed/grilled bell peppers and onions.
  • Fold one side over, then one end, then other side.

Notes

You can add taco sauce, salsa, etc to your fajita before wrapping.
Add in banana peppers and/or jalapenos for even more flavor!
Nutrition Note:These nutrition facts were calculated automatically by our recipe card and do not include sugar alcohols or net carbs. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of these nutrition facts but I believe the macros are actually lower than shown here.

Nutrition

Serving: 1grams
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42 thoughts on “Azteca No Preservative Flour Tortillas Fajita Recipe”

  1. I like to use them as wraps for honey maple turkey, asiago cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and a bit of ranch dressingβ€”YUM!

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  2. I lay a big flour tortilla on a paper plate, lay a cooked chicken patty in the center of the tortilla, spread one spoon of nacho cheese sauce
    on top the meat patty, fold up the tortilla around the patty and cheese, cover with a second paper plat and microwave 2 minutes.

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  3. My favorite way to use these are for sandwich wraps, or fajitas!

    Thank you for the chance to win this awesome prize!

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  4. Gosh we use them for so many things both savory and sweet that’s it’s hard to choose one favorite. I guess I would have to say that I love to make chicken quesadillas with sour cream and guac on the side.

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  5. Tortillas are a staple in our house. We eat everything from enchiladas, quesadillas, tacos, turkey wraps, etc. My favorite thing to make is black bean tacos with lots of guac and tomatoes!

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