Chicken fajitas are my favorite food, ever. If we go out and they are on the menu, I have to try them. Since I do all the cooking, we also eat them a lot! They are nice and easy and when we have leftovers we can make fajita bowls, chicken quesadillas or even fajitas again!
These are perfect to make on a busy night, because they don’t take long to make and we try to eat dinner as a family as much as we can. School and fall activities will be starting soon (soccer starts next week!) and I like to have some quick meals that are easy to make.
First you cut the chicken into slices. Heat up a tablespoon of olive oil and cook in a medium pan.
After it’s cooked, you remove the chicken and sauté 1/2 pepper and 1/2 of an onion and cook until soft, about 4-5 minutes.
Add the chicken back in. Mix the fajita seasoning with 1/4 cup of water.
Pour seasoning over chicken, onions and peppers and let cook a couple of minutes, until the water dissolves.
Serve with a warm flour tortilla and spanish rice.
Add some sour cream, guacamole or cheese and enjoy with your family any night of the week.