Fajita (American cuisine): A fajita is a Tex-Mex dish consisting of a sheet of tortilla usually made of wheat flour folded and filled with meat (most often, chicken, or also beef, pork and sometimes even replaced by shrimps), and various raw vegetables (salad, tomatoes, avocado, onions,….), salsa or sauces (guacamole, etc.) and condiments.
The fajita is a dish of Mexican origin but it is mainly eaten in the states of ...
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