For marinade: Mix 1-2 Tbsp. with 1 cup oil and 1/2 cup lime juice or vinegar. Check out our full Fajita recipe for a simple, crowd-pleasing meal.
Family Style Fajita Seasoning Q&A
What is fajita seasoning?
Fajita seasoning is a mix of herbs & spices, sometimes including seasonings such as tomato powder, bell peppers, paprika, salt, chiles, onion, cumin, Mexican oregano, black pepper & garlic. Fajita seasoning is typically used to season protein such as chicken, steak, shrimp or pork to use for fajitas.
What is the difference between taco seasoning and fajita seasoning?
Though similar, fajita seasoning contains bell peppers & black pepper, and taco seasoning contains masa harina, sugar, & all spice. Despite their ingredients being a bit different, they could be used to season the same types of meats or veggies.
How to use fajita seasoning?
Use fajita seasoning to make your favorite type of fajitas (steak, shrimp, chicken, pork or veggies)! You can also use fajita seasoning in most Mexican cuisine types of recipes.