fajita[fä hē′tä, fə hēt′ə]
A platter of chicken fajitas.
a Tex-Mex dish consisting of grilled strips of beef or chicken, often served wrapped in a soft tortilla with vegetable slices or a sauce
Origin of fajitaAmerican Spanish
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.
Origin of fajitaAmerican Spanish, diminutive of faja, band, strip, from Latin fascia, band, bandage.