Marinated Chicken Fajitas
photo by Swirling F.
- Ready In:
- 2hrs 10mins
- Cut the chicken breast into strips.
- Mix onions, peppers, olive oil, lime juice, garlic and salsa.
- Add chicken and marinate 2-12 hours.
- Broil or pan fry all together until chicken is done.
- Divide among tortillas.
- Top with extra salsa, shredded cheese, lettuce -- however you like.
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This is a fast, easy and delicious dish. I marinated the chicken, a clove of garlic and salsa for 2 hours and the onion, peppers, salsa and some garlic in another bag for 2 hours. I pan fried the chicken took it out and then pan fried the vegies till soft but still a little crunch and then added the chicken back in for a few minutes. Top the mixture with some fresh cilantro and served with Recipe#13100#13100, sour cream and some grated cheese on heated tortillas (used corn). Made for Fall PAC Orphanage 2009.
Yumm Yumm! This was very tasty super easy to make, and low cost! I reduced the serving to 2 for my lunch. I had enough to make one fajita and another for my freezer. I used garlic powder just because I was too lazy to chop up cloves. I also started with pre-cooked chicken and just threw it all in a pan. This was delsih! Very fresh tasting and will make again for sure! Thanks so much! Made for Fall PAC 2008
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