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Southwest Stir Fry

A good way to get all the food groups into one meal: Meat, vegetable, dairy, and bread! Fast, heatlthy, and tasty!

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directions

  • Make marinade---------------.
  • Mix fajita mix, oil and water.
  • Add chicken to marinade.
  • Let stand for 15 minutes.
  • Spray a large skillet with non stick cooking spray and heat on medium heat.
  • Add green pepper, zuchini, and onion.
  • Sautee until crisp tender.
  • Set vegetables aside.
  • Drain chicken and discard marinade.
  • Cook chicken in skillet for@ 4-5 minutes.
  • Add vegetables to skillet, and add salsa and chili powder and stir together.
  • Add corn and beans to skillet and cook for@ 1-2 more minutes or until heated through.
  • Microwave tortillas for 30 seconds to heat.
  • Cover them prior to microwaving.
  • Serve mixture on warm tortillas and top with cheese.
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"A good way to get all the food groups into one meal: Meat, vegetable, dairy, and bread! Fast, heatlthy, and tasty!"
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  1. tbotzon
    I make this all the time and we love it. I always use a red pepper and skip the corn and use a whole can of black beans. We then add some tamed Jalapeños to our burritos just before eating
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  2. Sunny Gates
    I made this as a burrito and agree to add the sour cream and salsa to it. It gives it a little more flavor. I like the idea of the green chilies added to it. I will add it the next time as this is one me and the hubby enjoyed.
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  3. HEP MEP
    It's a keeper! I must say that I must have been in a fog when I went grocery shopping. I just KNEW I bought a zucchini for this but when I went to the veggie bin - nope! I just added more onion and had a very large green pepper - also added a little minced garlic, and added a can of diced green chilies when I added the beans and corn. Had the tortillas with Colby-Jack and sour cream, and the Old Man and I added hot sauce to ours. A very nice change with a great flavor - and easy to throw together! Thanks.
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  4. Dawn399
    A good way to get all the food groups into one meal: Meat, vegetable, dairy, and bread! Fast, heatlthy, and tasty!
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