Fajitas without the bready bit are quite good, as it turns out. I also knocked up a couple of salsa/salad type things to go with. As with my previous recipes, it's your choice how filthy to make this - Mr Strongman Fitness added some grated cheddar and sour cream, I added pickled chillis to mine.
I might make some guacamole for next time.
Full of decent stuff, easy to knock up and damn tasty.
Chilli (for 2 hungry people)
Half a chopped red onion (see later)
One tin black beans
One tin red kidney beans
One tin chopped tomatoes
Chillis to taste (1 dried chipotle chilli here, but Mr Strongman Fitness is a wimp....)
Bung it all in a pan (i don't bother frying the onion) and simmer for 20 mins. Add water or stock if you need to during this time.
2 red peppers, quartered
Cook at 200 degrees for 20 mins (will be charred around the edges). Whizz up.
Half a cucumber, chopped.
Half a red onion, chopped.
Handful parsley, chopped.
Handful coriander, chopped.
One lime, squeezed.
Pomegranate seeds (can get these in a pack, ready to eat).
1 tblsp natural yoghurt
Mix together, done.
Put everything on the table in bowls, and allow everyone to help themselves. The Chinese Leaves are the 'tortilla' part here, and do their job very well.
As always, you can tart this up however you fancy it - you make the choices. Much tastier than the packet crap you get from the supermarket, and you're in control of what goes in it. It's all about the choices...