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Fajita vs. Taco — What's the Difference?

Fajita vs. Taco — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Fajita and Taco

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Fajita

A fajita (; Spanish: [faˈxita] (listen)) in Tex-Mex is any stripped grilled meat with stripped peppers and onions that is usually served on a flour or corn tortilla. The term originally referred to skirt steak, the cut of beef first used in the dish.

Taco

A taco (US: , UK: , Spanish: [ˈtako]) is a traditional Mexican dish consisting of a small hand-sized corn or wheat tortilla topped with a filling. The tortilla is then folded around the filling and eaten by hand.

Fajita

A dish consisting of strips of marinated meat or vegetables that are grilled over an open fire and served in a tortilla, usually with spicy condiments.

Taco

A corn tortilla folded around a filling such as ground meat or cheese.

Fajita

A Tex-Mex dish of strips of spicy marinated meat and/or vegetables in a soft flour tortilla, often served with salad or a savoury filling.
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Taco

(culinary) A Mexican snack food made of a small tortilla (soft or hard shelled) filled with ingredients such as meat, rice, beans, cheese, diced vegetables and salsa.

Taco

The vulva.

Taco

A yellow stain on a shirt armpit caused by sweat or deodorant.

Taco

(slang) To fold or cause to buckle in half, similar to the way a taco is folded.

Taco

Offensive terms for a person of Mexican descent

Taco

A tortilla rolled cupped around a filling

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