Spicy Sesame Chicken Fajitas

"I haven't actually tried this recipe. It comes from The Well-Filled Tortilla Cookbook which was a Christmas gift. I have tried several of the dishes from the book and all have been good. Now that summer is here, I can do these on the grill."
 
Spicy Sesame Chicken Fajitas created by threeovens
Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Between 2 sheets of wax paper, flatten chicken breasts 1 at a time to 1/8 inch thickness using heavy saucer or other pounding device.
  • (I use my wooden rolling pin for this.) Continue until all chicken breasts have been flattened, refrigerate until ready to cook.
  • When ready to cook, sprinkle both sides of the chicken with sesame seeds, cayenne and salt.
  • Set aside while preparing grill.
  • If using a charcoal grill, allow coals to burn until they are mostly covered with white ash and a few red spots show through here and there.
  • This should take about 40 minutes.
  • When fire is ready, place chicken on grill and cook until no longer pink but still mosit in center, about 1-1/2 minutes on each side.
  • Cut chicken into then strips.
  • Serve with warmed corn tortillas, chopped avacado, shredded lettuce, salsa, sour cream.

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  1. threeovens
    The sesame seeds were an unexpected pleasure. I made them on my grill pan and will certainly make these again.
     
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    Spicy Sesame Chicken Fajitas Created by threeovens
  3. NoraMarie
    Really good.Cooked the chicken on the stove.Quick dinner.Thanks Paula
     
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