- Marinade:

- juice of 4 limes ( about 1/3 cup)

- 1 (12 ounce) bottle dark beer( I use Shiner Bock, but use your preference)

- 1/2 cup fresh cilantro (chopped)

- 1/2 teaspoon cumin

- 1 medium white onion, grated or finely minced

- 5 cloves garlic, finely minced

- MEAT: this marinade will do a nice size skirt steak( 2 1/2 to 3 pounds,make sure you trim all the fat and silverskin before marinating), or about 3 pounds chicken(skin, de-bone, and cut up before marinating).
1.) Mix all ingredients together.

2.) Pour into large sealable plastic bag ( 1 gallon size).

3.) Marinate overnight. DON'T freak out when you pull out the meat from the bag, in the case of the skirt steak, it will be gray-ish, THIS IS NORMAL. The acid in the lime juice has partially cooked the meat,trust me, it will be very tender.

To Cook:

- 1 medium white onion, sliced

- 1 bell pepper, red or green (Only if you like bell pepper. I don't, so I omit it, unless I'm cooking for guests.)

1.) Grill to your preference,cook the meat directly on the grill, and pan cook the onions and peppers, the meat will have a nice char, and you can caramelize the onion/peppers to bring out their sweetness.

2.) Slice against the meat grain, and enjoy with the toppings and cold beer of your choice.

- Tips:

- If you live in an area where mesquite charcoal is available, GET IT! There is no substitute for the flavor  mesquite adds.

- Get a few extra limes, fresh lime adds a great flavor to a fajita taco.

- Caramelized garlic makes a great addition, just wrap a few heads up like baked potatoes, and throw 'em on the grill till they're soft.

- Make EXTRA! You're going to want seconds, or thirds.
<p>I made these last weekend, and they were Awesome. I used Shiner as well and only marinaded them for about 3 hours, But you could really taste the marinade. Great recipe and thanks for the eats!</p>
Yum, this sounds delicious!!
They ARE! Glad you liked my first &quot;ible&quot;. I know you do a lot of vegan recipes, but here in Texas BBQ means MEAT. I was thinking of putting in my brisket recipe, but since I use it to compete @ the fair &amp; rodeo(highest I got was 2nd place, tho) ,I'd be sabotaging myself by giving it away. Trust me, if you make this, make EXTRA, everyone will want seconds, or thirds....It'll never make the &quot;left-over&quot; stage, but if it does, fajita nachos are GREAT for a &quot;next-day&quot; meal. I'd make 'em on a Saturday, so the left-over nacho idea will sync up with game-day football munchies.

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