Chicken Fajitas

Who can resist the sound of sizzling fajitas being carried to your table at your favorite Mexican restaurant?  Fixing fajitas at home may not be as much fun but they are easy and just as tasty!  I usually use leftover chicken (Ginger-Lime Chicken is my favorite!) but it doesn’t take much more time to cook some chopped chicken in a hot, oiled skillet before you add the veggies.  Serve with rice and beans.  You can buy rice or corn tortillas but Bella likes to eat her fajita on a plate with a fork.


  • 1 Tbsp Palm Shortening or oil of your choice
  • 2 Onions, sliced
  • Green Pepper, sliced
  • Red Pepper, sliced
  • 1 Tbsp Taco Seasoning (Gluten-Free Recipe Here)
  • 1 Tbsp Lime Juice
  • Salt and Pepper


Topping Options:

  • Lettuce
  • Tomato
  • Salsa
  • Guacamole
  • Daiya Cheese


  1. Heat oil in skillet over medium high heat.  Add onions.  Cook until soft, stirring often.
  2. Add red and green peppers, taco seasoning, lime juice and salt and pepper to skillet.  Cook just until peppers are soft, stirring often.
  3. Transfer peppers and onions to plate.
  4. Add remaining ingredients to the skillet.  Cook until liquid is almost gone.  Serve immediately.

 You may also enjoy Taco Potato.

This post is part of Melt in Your Mouth Mondays, Hunk of Meat Monday, Monday Mania, Make a Food”e” Friend, Mingle Monday, Mangia Monday, Sugar Free Sunday, Seasonal Sunday, Nifty Thrifty Sunday, Savory Sunday

Photo Credit: gkdavie

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5 Responses to “Chicken Fajitas”

  1. Love fajitas! These look awesome. Thanks for linking up to Hunk of Meat Monday!

  2. Fajitas are always a hit in my home. Especially now that I can get a hold of organic corn tortillas pretty easily. 🙂 Thanks for the share at this week’s Sugar Free Sunday!

  3. Dee says:

    Do you have recipes for MSG free, or foods without those flavor enhancers? Help! It is so hard to purchase foods that are free of those things. Also, do you have any recipes for acid reduced pasta sauces or even homemade seasoning mixes to make yourself? Your site is great. Thanks.