Hubby and I have tried a lot of chicken fajita recipes. This would have to be our new favorite. Had it last night but didn't have time to marinate it and it was sensational. Next time I will marinate but it didn't seem to miss it much. Loved this, thanks for giving us a new fav.
Marinated everything except the chicken for 24 hours. We have vegetarians in our house so we left out the chicken and added a bag of frozen Quorn tenders to the pan instead. We loaded our table with warm low carb and flour tortillas, shredded lettuce, cheeses, sour cream, salsa and tomatoes. Everyone made there own and loved them!! This recipe is a keeper!
This was just okay. I added 1 seeded, diced jalapeno pepper and still the flavor wasn't really there. I did marinate overnight as stated in the recipe. I cooked this on the grill in a grill basket. It just seemed to be lacking something.
Like others I didn't have time to marinate over night. I also didn't have fresh bell peppers, so I had to omit them. I added 1/4 tsp red pepper in place of the bell peppers. I dumped all other ingredients as listed into the skillet and cooked on high for 10 or 15 minutes, then drained as much of the fluid as I could. I put a little oil back in so it wouldn't stick and cooked over medium a few more minutes. I thought this turned out pretty good, but my husband thought it was too spicy. I gave it a 4 as a compromise. :)Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful flavor and meat was tender. I added more cumin as my family loves that spice. This is a keeper!
I was making a last-minute dinner, so I didn't have time to marinade it overnight, so I just dumped it in the skillet and it still turned out great! I used a bag of frozen onions & peppers and just used taco seasoning instead of salt, cumin, oregano, and pepper. Lime juice was just the perfect thing! Excellent.
For someone who loves Mexican food as much as I do, for some odd reason I'd never made fajitas before! These came out soooo great, rave reviews from everyone I served! I made another batch and packaged (uncooked) and froze small portions to use for a quick, oh so tasty!, lunch or appetizer.
Awesome recipe...even though I did not use the red wine vinegar and the oregano...forgot to add them to my shopping list. However the chicken turned out great.
This was good tonight for dinner. I used at least a teaspoon of cumin, we like it a lot. I only marinated for about an hour but the flavor was really good on the chicken. It smelled a lot like good Seasons salad dressing but it tasted nothing like it. MMMmm.
Deliciious. Way to go