Really fresh tasting fajitas, that my partner now prefers to the greasy cooked variety. You can increase the cayenne & garlic content if you like things spicier!

Recipe Directions

Mix all the marinade ingredients, toss the veg into it & make sure they’re well coated, then cover & leave to sit for at least four hours – during this time the veg, especially the mushrooms, will change their texture & become softer.

If you like, you can then put them in a dehydrator for an hour or so to warm through, or into an oven on its coolest setting for 10 minutes.

You can easily vary the veg you use. Great with guacamole & salsa in a wrap! Or serve with jicama pine nut rice.

Denzildragon's Thoughts

By denzildragon

Really fresh tasting fajitas, that my partner now prefers to the greasy cooked variety.

You can increase the cayenne & garlic content if you like things spicier!

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Hmm, or at least I would have done, but for some reason I can't edit the recipe. Oh, well.

We now make this with just 1/2 Tbs olive oil and 1/2 Tbs agave, for the two of us.

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I've been playing around with this some more, & I've now reduced both the oil and agave by half. But, obviously, feel free to play around with the dressing yourselves, & do it to your own tastes.

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Made this again but this time I added two cloves chopped garlic, a thumb size minced ginger and cilantro in the marinade. Best yet. Later I added some chipotle seasoning. yummy.

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I'm beginning to think you're all right about the agave! I've just cut the amount in the recipe in half. :)

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We love this. I just doubled this and added broccoli. I did go a bit lighter on the agave and added a little extra olive oil (only to make the maranade a bit thinner to spread out on the extra veggies).

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I just made this. I wrapped them in collards and added guacamole. Yum!

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can someone post a pic. this sounds delicious but i wanna see it. Thanx

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Vegan fajitas are one of my favorite things to cook and this recipe tastes just like them! Since going raw I find raw onions to be too strong but they are great even by themselves in this marinade. Thank you!

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I am not going to forget this recipe! Delicious and really easy to make. I put mine in big collard greens but I really just wanted to eat the mixture by itself. I added guacamole and it really made for a filling healthy meal. Thanks for hooking me up !

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Amazing recipe! Thanks for sharing

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I made this last night for my boyfriend and I and we loved it. Definately making it again! Thanks!

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This recipe tastes even better than real Fajitas! I used blended walnuts instead of mushrooms to form chunks, which look and taste kind of like meat.

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delicious and super easy to make. i added a poblano pepper to my version.

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I made this without the summer squash and the mushrooms. I used walnuts instead. It looks and smells IDENTICAL to meat fajitas. It also tastes really good. Thanks

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I wish I had seen this earlier! I came up with a similar recipe with eggplant recently that was great. I dehydrated it for a long time though. Mine had some honey because the agave seems to get bitter with time. Once you have really good marinated vegies the cooked ones just taste gross!

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Glad you all liked it! :D

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This was such an awsome dish! I absolutely loved it, and it was so easy to make. Thanks for sharing! I plan to make this many times over...

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Very tasty! Next time I'll use half the agave though! thanks a lot :D

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Wow!! Yum!! Thank you!!

I used some Anaheim peppers, red bell peppers, jalapenos, and tomatoes (I didn't have squash or carrots on hand).

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Just had them wrapped in romaine leaves for lunch, one of my beginning forays into raw eating...Delicious! I think I can do this with all these great recipes!

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awesome! just finished eating this great dish... with some minor alterations that is. I didn't have four hours lo let it sit and marinade, but the 45minutes it did sit for seemed to have been good enough! I didn't have any kind of tortillas or fajitas, but it was certainly tasty right on top of a bedding of lettuce and spinach. I also didn't have any carrots, so I grated some yummy pink daikons instead. Oh yeah, and I had just ran out of agave, but maple syrup seemed to do the trick just fine. I'll try it again with the suggested ingredients and see what I like best. Thanks!!

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Yummy & beautiful colors! My non-raw friend loved it - I made a burrito with Walnut Taco Meat (see recipe) in an Ezekiel tortilla.

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Denzildragon...Let us just say these were awesome!

I can see why your partner would prefer them. I made this last night and doubled

the recipe. We had them in lettuce rolls with guacamole. Huge hit at our house.

We are using this again tonight as a fajita salad.

Thanks for Sharing! These fajitas were exactly what we were looking for.

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