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    Fajitas Seasoning Mix.

    2 teaspoon chili powder
    2 teaspoon smoked paprika
    2 teaspoon garlic powder
    2 teaspoon ground cumin
    1 teaspoon dried oregano
    2 teaspoon sea salt
    1/2 teaspoon fresh ground pepper

    Looking forward to trying this blend during the coming weeks.

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    100g sample packs have been arranged.

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    Much easier to simply go to Foodland or Villa and pick up one or two of these. Then you know what you are getting, and for sure there are no place mats.
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    Toe Rai Fluke ?

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    He does not have a clue and is now googling frantically as he nicked my post.. Cheeky little fucker.

    40 to 60 baht depending on the store piles.

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    That would be about right AO.

    I thought best to call on an expert who currently does not offer a Fajitas mix so I was asked to assist with a suggested recipe that could be tried out.

    It's going to be a dry rub which allows folk from both ends of the spectrum how best they can use it.

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    Not a rub mate, you add it while you are cooking with stock or water to cook and infuse everything. Its Tex Mex not barbecue.. The peppers onions and meat eventually are all cooked together.

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    I prefer a dry rub with a dash of oil and then leave in the fridge for a couple of days and rotate/flip the packs on occasion.

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    Needs some ancho and a lil bit o turmeric

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    ฿2/gram

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    Slight delay but back on course with 300 grams to be delivered post haste.

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