Thursday, April 17, 2014 / 23 Comments

Pan Fried Chicken Fajita Soft Tacos and Some Good News


My husband and I decided we really needed to cut back eating out for a variety of reasons. One, it's expensive and two, it really isn't as good as eating at home, especially with dishes like this. This is one of those last minute throw it in the pan because I have it at home dishes and it turned out great.




Drizzle some Olive Oil in a pan and let it warm up on medium. While the oil is heating chop up one small white onion and one red pepper into bite size pieces.




Throw it in the pan and let them warm up.


Next cut up 2 cups of cooked chicken into bite-sized pieces and season with Louisiana seasoning and a good splash of Garlic Powder


What really adds flavor to this dish are the next two ingredients. Cut up one lime. Save 2 pieces for later and the other two pieces just squeeze generously over the ingredients in the pan and throw them on in when your tired of squeezing.


For some even more wonderful flavor add several splashes of  Chipotle flavored Tabasco. Don't be shy, pour it on there.


Slice up one large tomato and grab whatever cheese you have in the fridge. I had a block of Cheddar so I cut it up into bite-size pieces and loved it.



Grab 8 flour tortillas and some sour cream and put your chicken mixture, cheese,  tomatoes, and squeeze lime juice all over it in the tortillas and enjoy.


This was soooo good. I mean good. It saved a fortune to eat it at home. 

The good news, besides the good food, is that right after we sat down to eat this my dad called and was having a heart attack. I told him to call 911 and we headed his way. Glad to report after 2 days in the hospital and me staying in the city with his wife, who isn't mobile, I am happy to report it was mild and he is OK. Some medicine changes and more outpatient tests are schedule but whew it was close. I'm praising God.

Hope you enjoy the recipe. Gotta get busy working on Easter. We are expecting a crowd. How about you?

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23 comments:

  1. I am glad your dad is OK.
    I am already working on the big Easter meal which will be Saturday supper here, just 16 for sure and possibly 19.

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    1. Rhonda that is great. I can't wait to see what you made.

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  2. Give me all the Tacos! Absolutely love them and these look delicious :)

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  3. This sounds so easy and delicious! Definitely going to try this soon. :)

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  4. This looks delicious and easy to make. I think my husband and daughter would really enjoy it! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. This looks really tasty. I make a similar version at home but with chihuahua cheese. It's delicious!

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  6. Mm, yum! This looks so good. I don't think I've ever tried to make fajitas before. I normally just order them when we go out.

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  7. This looks amazing! I am going to have to try out this recipe (:

    xoxo
    Isaly Holland
    www.memoriesbyisaly.com

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  8. I'll take a Fajita with no cheese please. It looks so yum! I think it's time to step my kitchen game up.

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  9. Wonderful recipe and thankful that your dad is ok. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  10. Love meals like this that are delicious throw-together dishes! Love that chipotle Tabasco, too! Mmm!

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  11. We are glad to know that your Dad is okay and in good condition.
    I agree that eating at home is more economical than eating out.. and if we like to eat more at home its okay. No one will have that odd look on us :)

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  12. Your good news is terrific as well as your recipe! Thank goodness for modern medicine!

    Beth || www.TheStyleBouquet.com

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  13. This sounds delicious .Glad your father is okay

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  14. It's really looks so tasty and tempting! I would love this recipe for sure.

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  15. I love quick to eat meals.Getting something delicious on the plate is what we all want. Glad your father is okay

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  16. Oh my gosh, I'm sorry to hear about your father but so glad he's ok! That food looks delicious! For my own health reasons I am looking for recipes to eat more healthily and more cleanly now.

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  17. These look really good. I love having fajitas. They're one of my favorites.

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  18. what a great twist on taco Tuesday! Going to have to add this idea to our menu plan for the month. Looks great and I know my kids and husband would really enjoy it. Plus it looks super easy!!

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  19. Wow! You have really bad news that turned into good news, if you want to call it that! Good to know he is okay!

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  20. Omg I just love all things Mexican!!!! Glad this recipe needed up working out for you. Yummy

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  21. We've been eating out more than normal lately--hello crazy schedules, and we regret it every time. My cooking is so much better and far easier in the budget. Throw together recipes are my life saver, so thank you for sharing this! So happy to hear that your dad is okay!! How scary!

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  22. This looks absolutely delicious and so easy to make, you know I am a huge fun of easy to make foods.

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