Chicken Fajitas

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Here’s the thing… I can’t remember the last time I had a chicken fajita, It’s been literally years, like beyond years… I was still working in a hair salon that’s how long it’s been. But in the grocery store yesterday I was thinking of what I could do that’s different and yummy… and for some reason fajitas entered my mind. I have no idea if it’s an authentic recipe. I just know its freaking yummy and is easy!

• Chickens
• 1 large onion, cut into slices
• Bag of frozen peppers { or two peppers cut into strips }
• Chili Powder
• Thyme
• Red Pepper Flakes
• Olive Oil
• Pizza Seasoning {it has basil, oregano, garlic powder, thyme and a few other things }
• Salt, Pepper, Coconut Oil

How To:
• In a big skillet get your coconut oil heating, slice up your onions. Add those into the pan and let them go for a few minutes then toss in your peppers. Let them start to cook down.

• While that’s cooking get your chicken chopped up into either cubes or strips, take your pick! Add those into the pan and let it cook.

• When the chicken is almost cooked, sprinkle in at least half a tbsp of chili powder { I sprinkled it twice around the pan pretty heavy }, add in half a tbsp ish of pizza seasoning, red pepper flakes to taste, salt and pepper to taste and a drizzleish of olive oil.

• Stir it all around let it finish cooking. Taste for seasoning and your done!

Easy right? Wicked yummy.

I made a little salsa inspired-ish thing to go with it and carrot fries {with paleo mayo}!

Here’s Mr. Not So Paleo’s Dinner

I made him “Fajita Pizzas”
I took half an english muffin, layered on some cheese, added a dollop of paleo mayo and them added on the chicken, served the salsa on the side and carrot fries and bit more mayo for the fries!


    • says

      Heyy! Oh gosh I think I got it with a dried herbs “pack” that came with a bunch of different ones. If you can’t find that you can substitute it for Italian seasoning, it works equally as good ( if not better )!


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