Fajita Seasoning


Price: $11.99


Traditional chile pepper, garlic and black pepper

This is a new Recipe in 2016 and is a spicy recipe with salt, black pepper, garlic and chile powder. It is a very traditional flavored seasoning from Texas. It is excellent for grilling beef, chicken, seafood pork or any meat and gives the meat and extra layer of Tex-Mex (chile and cumin) flavor and is recommended for grilling fajita meat. It will also give the meat a beautiful red color when grilling. Our award winning recipe is on the label. The quick and easy recipe is will serve about 2 lbs of fajitas. All-Natural, No MSG and Gluten Free. Enjoy! 

Flavor Profile: Traditional Tex-Mex

Heat Level: Medium to Hot (black pepper and chile pepper)

Use on: Beef and chicken.  

Ingredients: Sea salt, black pepper, garlic, chile pepper, paprika, sugar, cumin, onion, silica & spices. NO MSG. Naturally Gluten Free.


The Best Fajitas in Texas recipe by SuckleBusters

3 - 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (about 2 lbs)
1 medium yellow onion
1 medium green bell pepper
1 medium red bell pepper
1 - 2 jalapenos (optional)
1/4 cup soy sauce

1 lime
2 TBSP olive oil
4 - 6 TBSP SuckleBusters Fajita Seasoning
1 - 2 TBSP SuckleBusters SPG
12 flour tortillias

Optional toppings:
shredded cheddar cheese
sliced avocado
salsa or hot sauce

Step 1: Marinade the chicken
Wash, rinse and dry the chicken breasts and put in a 1 gallon plastic zip-top bag. Add 1/4 cup soy sauce and the Fajita Seasonings. Shake until the chicken is evenly coated. Place the bag with the chicken in the refrigerator and allow marinading for about 1 hour or up to overnight.
Marinade chicken fajitas

Step 2: Marinade the vegetables
The goal is to lightly marinade the vegetables and allow their fresh flavors to come through. Slice the peppers and onion into 1/8 inch thick slices and place in a deep sided cast iron pan (or other pan suitable for the grill). Drizzle on the olive oil and sprinkle on the SuckleBusters SPG seasoning. Last, squeeze on lime juice from 1/2 lime. Gently toss to coat all the vegetable evenly. Set aside to rest while your grill is coming up to temperature.
marinade vegetables for fajitas

Step 3: Grill the vegetables and chicken
Prepare your grill for medium-high heat and direct cooking. Cook the chicken and vegetables side by side.  

Vegetables - place cast iron pan directly on the grill and cook the vegetables. BEWARE the pan will be extremely hot, use appropriate gloves for handling the hot pan. Stir the vegetables to prevent burning. The vegetables start to sizzle and turn translucent when done. Remove from the grill and reserve for assembly. 

Chicken - place the chicken directly on the grill. The chicken will take approx. 20 minutes cooking time depending on the thickness of the breasts. Flip about half way through the cooking time. The juices in the chicken will run clear when done. When in doubt, cook chicken to to 160 degrees internal temperature. Remove from the grill and squeeze on fresh lime juice.

grilling chicken fajitas

Step 4: Assemble the fajitas 
For best results, pre-warm flour tortillias, wrap in heavy duty tin foil and place on the grill to warm while cooking the vegetables and chicken.  

Aftre removing from the grill, allow the chicken to rest for 3 minutes, then slice into small strips, add to the flour tortillias, top with the cooked vegetables and other fixins to complete. Roll and serve immediately. Enjoy! 

Finished the best fajitas in Texas

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A true Tex-Mex flavor, but versatile bold flavors for chicken, brisket, steaks and chops.

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