I love Fajita Pie!
I came up with the first rendition a few months back in my SFH post and upgraded the recipe for this video edition. This is the first in a 10-part series of Zone favorable meals that we recently produced for CrossFit.com.
We’ve got some tasty recipes in the pipeline, so be sure to stay tuned to CrossFit’s Youtube Channel for their release. I’ll post them here shortly after they are published.
Give Fajita Pie a try and get an idea of the flavor fondness of this guy!
“Keep It Paleo!”
Meat Mixture Ingredients:
Sweet Potato Mash Ingredients:
For this recipe, you want to start your sweet potatoes and then prepare your meat mixture. The sweets should be done just as the meat mixture is done.
For the sweet potato mash:
For the meat mixture:
“Keep It Paleo!”
We get 50oz of cooked ground turkey, and given that 1.5oz equal one block, that gives us about 33 blocks.
We start with 4 sweet potatoes. On average we say that there are about 3 blocks per sweet potato, but since these are large, lets give each one 4 blocks. This gives us 16 blocks from the potatoes. From the jucie of the three limes, we get probably enough for one block, a 1/3 of a cup. We get 1.5 blocks from the roma tomatoes. Two tomatoes equal one block. We are going to include all of our peppers into two block as two cups of peppers equal one block. On average two peppers equal the one block so since we have 4 peppers that gives us two blocks. Additionally we get 2 blocks from the onion as ½ cup equals one block and about ½ onion gives us that. We get a few blocks from the tomato puree. We count this the same as sauce so that ½ cup equals one block. Given that we have 28oz, that gives us 7 blocks. Finally we are using one bulb of garlic. In an average bulb there are about 10 cloves which equal one block giving us a total carb block count of 30 blocks.
Our fats are coming from the 3 avocados. We know that a tablespoon equals one block. In each avocado, we will have about 10 tablespoons per avocado giving us about 30 blocks.
This meal is quite evenly balanced. Divide it up into 10-3 block meals, or 6-five block meals and enjoy!