This was an easy recipe with a good taste. I did only use half of the salt as others suggested. Made for Please Review My Recipe
Holy friggin' yummy! I've never eaten a chicken fajita from taco bell, but the spices DO taste like their spicy burrito seasoning. I made it as written except using dried onion flakes instead of onion powder and minced garlic instead of garlic powder. My spice loving DH was very excited to read the spice ingredients list and he wasn't dissapointed once they were ready!
Made for Healthy Choices ABC 2008. The flavor of these was fantastic and I'm already thinking that it would be good with beef or pork as well. I made a double recipe as I have two hungry young men in my house along with DH and DD and I knew that one pound of chicken just wouldn't be enough. As one of the other reviewers noted that it was quite salty, I did halve the amount of salt and it was just right. I will most definitely make these again, but I may only make half the sauce as they were a bit saucy and our tortillas fell apart. Other than that it was fantastic! Thanks mosma for posting this recipe!
This was a nice recipe, quite saucy, but the recipe turns out really salty. I would halve the salt. Otherwise it was delicious.
Like mosma, I've never eaten at Taco Bell either. But I used to be addicted to this amazing kosher Mexican restaurant in Jerusalem and had the best fajitas there. Sadly, the restaurant closed down and I've since moved away from Jerusalem in any case. You can imagine how happy I was to find a recipe that actually approximates the great fajitas I used to once enjoy! This recipe is really easy to make, and it really impresses anyone who really isn't familiar with Mexican food (most of our friends). The only change I made was to use a huge onion instead of a medium one, we really like the flavor. I also added a little fresh cilantro before I rolled up my tortilla. Thanks for the recipe!