Here's a bowl of smoky, spicy, succulent beans you'll want to make a meal of, though they are great as a side dish, too! Yeah, there are quite a few ingredients and they do take a bit of time to prepare, but you get enough for a big "do" or enough to freeze in serving-sized quantities and eat for a long time. They are a staple around here for summer get-togethers as well as for winter snow days. This recipe contains both regular and faster pressure-cooker instructions. (See Footnotes)
We love fajitas here at the ranch - They're relatively easy, quick, certainly tasty and fun to eat. It took us a few years to work out a marinade that works pretty darn well on just about anything you might want to stuff into a soft flour tortilla, but we haven't had to make any adjustments to this for a couple years, now, so it must be about right! It works great on beef, pork, poultry, fish or shrimp, and even some vegetables.
We used to make these in the dorm and invite a group over. Makes about 1 pitcher. We had to limit everyone to 2 at first since it would tend to hit when we thought it wouldn't. If you're really brave try to play beer pong with it.
Simple to make, and well worth it if you have the ingredients. Inspired by WileyP's "Spring Hill Ranch Go-To Grilled Steak 1"