- 1½ lb chicken breast – skinless, boneless, cut into strips
- 1 tbsp chilli powder
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp paprika
- 1 tsp ground black pepper
- ¼ tsp cayenne pepper
- 3 tsp olive oil--divided
- 1 onions--thіnlу ѕlісеd
- 2 bell pepper – sliced
- 8 small tortillas
The fajita is a Tex-Mex dish comprised of spiced, marinated meat strips, and veggies in a soft tortilla, made out of flour. The fajita is usually served with a spicy picante sauce or salsa and salad. The lime based marinade is used for its acidity and great flavour. It is a light lunch that keeps well in your Vaya Tyffyn lunch box.
The chicken fajita is a rich source of protein. Proteins are responsible for the building and repair of various body tissues. This dish is popular with weightlifters and bodybuilders for building their muscles.
1 serving of chicken fajitas, about half of a skillet, contains 330 calories with a total fat of 11g, total carbs of 23g, 7g of sugar 2g of dietary fibre and 21g of protein.
How to make Chicken Fajita
You can marinate the whole chicken with the fajita seasoning and then cut it into strips later after searing it with hot heat.
Chickens are able to see a full range of colours and this include violet and even, ultraviolet light. It is easier for chickens to distinguish colours than humans.