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Vegan Fajita Recipe

A very exciting day has come! I’ve partnered up with caraway cookware to announce their special à la carte launching today! 

I was so thrilled when I came across their cookware because they are free of chemicals and nonstick which is ideal. I reached out to them and they were thrilled to work with me so they did gift me these pans but I had some time to use them and I have to say that I am absolutely in love. Chris loves them too! We can’t rave about them enough and are convincing all of our friends to hop on the bandwagon haha 🙂 swipe up here to shop and receive 10% off your order!

I also wanted to share this really good and simple fajita recipe!


  • Bell peppers (I like to do one red, yellow and green) 
  • One sweet onion
  • Corn
  • Cheddar cheese (I used Miyokos vegan for ours!) 
  • 1 can of black beans 
  • 1 Tomato 
  • Cilantro (optional for garnish)
  • 1 lime 
  • Guacamole 
  • Soft flour tortillas 
  • Fajita seasoning
  • Rice

You can obviously modify this however you’d like! Adding veggie meat or real meat is totally a great option! 

Step 1: Prepare your ingredients. I like to have mine all copped and ready to go before I start! 

Step 2: Heat up your frying pan. I like to heat mine on medium heat. The best way to cook veggies in my opinion is to have the pan hot enough so when the veggies hit the pan they sizzle, this gives them a crunchy delicious texture and doesn’t make them mushy and blah! 

Step 3: Cook your bell peppers. I like to cook mine half way and then add the onion to the same pan and cook them all together. I then add the fajita seasoning. While I am cooking my veggies I also boil my rice and prepare that separately.

Step 4: I cooked the corn and black beans in a separate frying pan. Using a lid helps when the corn starts to pop! I cook these until the corn looks a little browned. Once the rice is finished around this step I add it to the pan with the peppers and onions!

Step 5: Prepare the tortillas! i like to smear the guac on the bottom (you can also dollop on top) and sometimes I like to add a bit of vegan sour cream on the tortillas as well. 

Step 6: Once all of your ingredients are cooked you can start adding on top of the tortillas and guac. I then top with the garnish and the diced fresh tomato. I also topped mine with a bit of garlic powder and seasonings. You can also add hot sauce!




This was in partnership with Caraway

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Jag Lever

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  1. Edward brown
    2 years ago

    Its looks good, I am definitely trying out the recipe 🙂

  2. persian food
    2 years ago

    In the end, you ARE going to get along just fine, but it will be a whole different kind of fine and that is a good thing. I’ll be praying and sending happy food vibes towards Cebu as you find your new normal.


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