Steak Fajitas

I’m still exploring recipes for the slow cooker or that can be converted to the slow cooker and I found another winner – Steak Fajitas.

Here’s the link.

It was so-o-o easy.  I used Shannon’s recipe for the spices, cut the flank steak into strips; placed all the ingredients in the slow cooker, sprinkled on the spices & stir to coat.  Let it cook.  Easy-Peasy.  The aroma filled the air when we arrived home and it was just minutes before I had everything ready.

I will definitely be looking to FitSlowCookerQueen.com for more easy slow cooker recipes.

Happy Cooking,

Ann

 

Meatloaf

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A family favorite for many years turned less greasy by cooking in the Faberware Air Frier.  I prepared the meatloaf as normal & placed in the preheated air fryer coated with a non-stick spray.

Here is my recipe.

1-1.5# ground beef

1/2 c. Diced tomatoes

1/2 c. Chopped onion

1 egg, beaten

Salt & pepper, to taste

1 T. Liquid Smoke

1 T. Worcestershire

Enough to Oat Meal (or crushed saltine crackers) to make a nice mixture that will hold it’s shape and not be sticky (about 1/2 to 3/4 c.). Shape into a round.  Please the meatloaf in the preheated, sprayed Air Frier and cook for 15 minutes.  Remove the insert and turn the meatloaf out on a dish, then slide the meat back into the insert (turning the meat over).

Add the topping:

1/2 c. Ketchup

2 t. Brown Sugar

1 t. Mustard

Shake or 2 of Worcestershire

Cook another 15 minutes or until completely cooked.

 

NOTE:  If using a 85% or higher ground beef, add 2 T. Oil to the mixture so it will brown.