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Fajitas mexican recipe in indian style

Fajitas are the famous mexican recipe, they are made with tortilas. Tortilas are similar to chapati/ roti/ pulka.
With tortilas they also make tortila soup, tortila chips and tortila flats.
Fajitas are similar to chapati rolles in india. Fajitas can be made in to wide varieties based on the filling. Chicken fajitas , beef fajita and steak fajita are most popular menu of mexican recipes in US.
Today i'm gonna show capsicum egg fajita recipe. It is very quick and easy recipe. kids will love it in luch box. You can enjoy this for any meal breakfast/ luch / dinner.

Capsicum-made into thin and long slices-1cup
Onions-made into thin and long slices-1cup
Pepper powder-1/2ts
salt to taste


  1. Take a pan and heat 2ts of oil in it.
  2. Add capsicum+onions and fry until half cooked under a medium flame, do not cook till they get mushy.
  3. Break open eggs and add it to the mixture in the pan and saute it until the egg is completely cooked.
  4. Finish by adding pepper powder and salt 
  5. Now take the tortilas / roti/chapati/pulka and fill this curry in the middle and roll it.
  6. Heat in the microwave for 15sec and remove it.

Hope you all love my recipe :)
plz come back again :) Deepthi


  1. Wow..yummy fajitas..Easy and healthy one
    Food and Taste

  2. Delicious and colorful..very tempting.

  3. Looks delicious. Collect ur award from my blog dear!

  4. thnQ frndz for ur lovely comments :)...
    plz cme bck again....

  5. thnQ sadhana for ur lovely award

  6. Love chicken fajitas from Mexican grill...Indian style fajitas...nice idea n I really love your recipe :) thanx dear for sharing!!!

  7. I like these kind of mexican wraps., Thanks for the recipe :)

  8. Tempting and yummy recipe...

  9. thnQ prabhamani and reshmi for stopping by
    Good Food Recipes

  10. Yummy and colorful rolls...

  11. Thanks for dropping by Deepthi..You too have awonderful space.. happy to follow you.

    Sunanda's Kitchen

  12. fajitas look gud and so is the space...very cheerful colours....

  13. ThnQ Aarthi, vimitha, sunanda and biny for stopping by and leaving your lovely comments....

  14. Thats one good and filling the india twist!

  15. I do fajitas too without eggs though .. looks yummy.



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