Sheet Pan Steak Fajitas – Tender seasoned flank steak with colorful onions and bell peppers all cooked together on one sheet pan. Restaurant quality fajitas you can have it on the table in about 30 minutes.
Sheet Pan Steak Fajitas – Flank Steak Fajitas
These Sheet Pan Steak Fajitas are so delicious and exceptionally easy to make! Tender seasoned flank steak with colorful onions and bell peppers all cooked together on just one sheet pan. This dinner is truly restaurant quality and you can have it on the table in about 30 minutes. It’s perfect for busy week nights but special enough to serve to company. Everyone is going to love these out-of-this-world steak fajitas! Serve them in a soft warm tortilla, corn or flour depending on your preference, with fresh avocados and sour cream. Yum!
My Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas and Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas are some of our family’s favorite recipes, and I’m so excited to add these Steak Fajitas in our rotation. These are so good, I’ve already made them several times!
Steak Fajitas Marinade
Start by preparing the seasoning blend, then divide the seasoning and use half to season the steak and half to season the veggies. The seasoning blend, combined with olive oil, fresh lime juice and a splash of soy sauce create a super charged marinade that flavors the meat while you are slicing the onions and veggies. The soy sauce is the secret ingredient that enhances the meaty flavor of the steak, you won’t taste it in the finished recipe.
Adjust Cooking Time
If your steak is smaller than two pounds or especially thin, adjust the cooking time down and cut the onions and bell peppers thinner. For a thin flank steak, you can also put the veggies back under the broiler while the steak is resting to get a little extra cooking time if needed. Be sure to let the flank steak rest and cut against the grain when serving for the most tender results. Depending on the size of the flank steak, you may also want to cut the steak strips down the middle as well as horizontal.
Steak Fajitas Sides
- Authentic Mexican Rice Recipe
- Instant Pot Mexican Rice
- Slow Cooker Refried Beans
- Black Bean and Corn Salad
- Frozen Margarita Recipe
Tender seasoned flank steak with colorful onions and bell peppers all cooked together on one sheet pan. Restaurant quality fajitas you can have it on the table in about 30 minutes.
- 2 pound flank steak
- 2 teaspoons kosher salt
- freshly ground pepper
- 1 tablespoon chili powder
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
- 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
- 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 tablespoon lime juice freshly squeezed
- 1/2 tablespoon soy sauce
- 1 yellow bell pepper
- 1 red bell pepper
- 1 orange bell pepper
- 1 small red onion
- limes for garnish
- fresh cilantro for garnish
- tortillas warmed
Preheat oven to 450 degree.
In a small bowl combine salt, pepper, chili powder, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin and paprika. Divide spice mixture in half.
In a large plastic storage baggie, combine 1 tablespoon of olive oil, lime juice, soy sauce and 1/2 of spice mixture.
Add steak to plastic storage baggie and turn to coat, let steak marinate at room temperature while slicing peppers and onions.
Slice peppers and onions into 1/4 in slices.
Add peppers and onions to sheet pan, drizzle with 1/2 a tablespoon of olive oil and sprinkle with remaining spice mixture, turning to coat.
Move bell peppers and onions to outer edges of sheet pan and place steak in the middle.
Cook at 450 degrees for 12-15 minutes, then broil on high for additional 2 minutes.
Use a meat thermometer check for doneness. About 140 for medium rare to 150 for medium.
IMPORTANT - for juicy and tender steak, let rest at least 10 minutes and cut against the grain.
Sprinkle with fresh cilantro and a squeeze of fresh lime juice before serving.
Tortillas can be wrapped in a foil packet and heated in the oven while steak is resting.
Serve fajitas in warm tortillas with avocado and/or sour cream.
Get the Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajita Recipe Here
These Steak Fajitas make great leftovers too! I store the steak and veggies together in the fridge, then reheat on the stove top over low heat.
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These were amazing! I used sirloin, and honestly couldn’t imagine an easier tastier recipe!
This is the best marinade I have ever had, I actually use it for other cuts of meat too and is always a hit with the family! Thanks for sharing this tasteful recipe!
Hi! I am trying to make these but I cannot find an actual recipe, only blogging. Is there a way to have the actual recipe?
So sorry! My recipe plugin was down for just a few minutes. You should be able to see the recipe now. Thank you!
This was a fantastic recipe! We’ve made it a few times now and the kids keep asking for it. I paired it with some homemade corn tortillas and they were a hit! Thanks for the great recipe!
Awesome meal!! My son(who is a senior in high school) requests it all the time. Im wondering if you could combine all the ingredients and freeze it to make later?? Has anyone ever tried that!!
I think that’s a great idea!
Great recipe! We used this last night to make fajita bowls with cilantro lime rice.
Would marinating the meat longer give it more flavor or will it break down?
Fantastic recipe!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!
Looks great! I’m gonna try it tonight! Curious as to why no green pepper though?
You’re like a real-life Martha Stewart without the evil and/or the contempt for middle class people. Do you plan to publish a cookbook?
Hahaha! Thank you, Noah. I’m a huge Martha fan. A cookbook is on my bucket list for sure!
How many servings is this recipe? We have 7 people in our multi-generational family, 3 adults, 3 teenagers and a 9 yo. I’m trying to decide if we need to double it. I think since you said it makes great leftovers, I will go ahead and double it just to be sure we have enough for everyone.
I bet you didn’t have leftovers even after doubling the recipe.
Better fajitas I have ever had! We have Mexican often and these are by far better. Can’t wait to share this recipe. Thanks you, well done!
Martha L Ballon
I made this last night and my family loved it! it was delicious!!!! definitely a keeper! we loved it!
I followed the exact recipe and the whole family loved it. it was super simple and delicious. Thank you!!
Excellent and easy! Love this recipe. Thanks for sharing?
I was about to start these right now. But just realized I don’t have a line. Only a lemon. Could I leave out the lime completely? Or use lemon in the marinade? Or do I need to run to the grocery before starting dinner?
I used lemon as I did not have lime and they were great.
Is there another cut of meat that could be used? someone mentioned sirloin… we live in Bolivia and our cook didn’t understand the translation for flank. I showed her a picture of the cow and the cut, but that didn’t help. just wondering if there’s something else we could substitute that she would understand…
This is has become my go-to fajita recipe since a year ago, I love it so much it might be favorite meal 🙂
I’m obsessed with this meal. My family has it on regular rotation 🙂
the sheet pan flank steak look so out of this world!
Ok, this is now my husband’s favorite!!! Thank you!
Always a family favorite and love sheet pan dinners. Thanks!
Love how easy these are! And that they are a one pan meal
These are the BOMB.. after the first bite my hubby and I looked at each other in disbelief at how delicious. Hubby even commented that, if served in a restaurant, he’d rave about that place. Note that I did add in half a tablespoon of ancho Chile powder to the marinade and let sit for 1 hour in the fridge before cooking. Wonderful recipe and already thinking about when I can make it again.
Mmm..think I need to make these for dinner!! It’s so flavorful & the veggies are nice & tender!
Wow, this is so easy and totally delicious. Thanks for a meal we will make over and over.
Made this recipe today and it was fantastic, had really great flavor. My whole family loved it and we are definitely going to make it again. Thanks for the wonderful recipe!
So many flavors and such an easy recipe. Love it!!
These juicy steak fajitas recipe look AMAZING! Such a simple and hearty dinner recipe.
Looks so good! Can’t wait to try this one with my family.
These fajitas were amazing, so much flavor in them 🤤 Even the picky eaters in my family loved them!
These had to be the best fajitas I’ve ever had. Used the flank steak and ended up so tender!
Has anyone used this same marinade for chicken? I am looking to make steak and chicken fajitas and wanted to use the same marinade for both.
Followed the instructions for a 2lb flank and it came out almost completely raw. Husband had to pan sear it after a long day and I felt like crap for not doing it right. Definitely needs to be cooked longer than 12 minutes. Otherwise good recipe. Not my best, but it was good.
These fajitas were excellent! There may be enough for 1 more fajita and there’s only hubs and me. So good.
The marinade is delicious and the meat was juicy !!!! I would definitely use this marinade over and over again !!!
The seasoning was great but after 15 minutes plus broiling it for 2, it was almost raw like another commenter posted. I even used a meat thermometer. What happened?
Thickness/size of the steak, starting temperature of the steak, variation in oven temperature, how close the steak is to the heating element, any and all of these will effect the cooking time. Using a meat thermometer, like you mentioned, is the most accurate method.
SO GOOD. My husband and my favorite meal! We LOVE fajitas!
The marinade makes the meat so flavorful! I love that it’s all made on the same pan. We will be having these tasty fajitas often!
I love everything about this meal! Such an amazing dinner recipe!