This years farmer’s markets are bursting with summer squash right now, and I am taking full advantage.  I am still on my mission to find a recipe that Lenny enjoys uses using one of my favorites, zucchini.  This recipe for grilled pork kabob fajitas brought him a little closer to at least liking summer squash.


This is another recipe that I recently developed for Old El Paso, and it is a spin on a traditional sizzling platter of fajitas.  I used Old El Paso taco seasoning to create a marinade by adding fresh lemon juice and canola oil along with the seasoning.  The pork sirloin marinades up to 4 hours and becomes very moist and flavorful.  After the marinading process is over I threaded the pork with pieces of zucchini, red peppers and onions.  Grilling the kabobs adds an extra depth of flavor with and even smoked flavor not only with the pork but also the farm fresh ingredients.  Serve with fresh guacamole, sour cream and warm tortillas on the side.

Happy Grilling.

Old El Paso Grilled Pork Kabob Fajitas





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