I need to file this under two categories:
Recipes I can never make solo (Because Scott ended up having to cut up everything for me)
Recipes that I have to stick my hands in. (Because....ew)
This was super quick and easy.
I want to try it again using steak strips and shrimp.
Regarding the measurements of spices, I have no idea how much I put in there. I just added until it tasted like I wanted.
What I used:
Just over a pound of chicken tenderloins, cut into strips
Bell pepper (how much ever you want)
Onion (I used a red onion, how much ever you like)
Just over 1/4 cup of EVOO
Garlic powder (of course)
What I (Scott) did:
Preheat the oven to 400°. Coat a pan with spray or EVOO.
Cut up the chicken into slightly thin strips. When I tried this I almost lost a finger. In my defense, I do have a sprained middle finger. I probably wouldn't have done it anyway.
Slice up the bell pepper and onion into strip like pieces.
In a cool lime green bowl, add the EVOO and the spices. Swish about.
Mix the chicken, veggies, and oil together, WITH YOUR HANDS!!!!!
Lay them all out on a pan, cook for 30 minutes.
I sprinkled a little Lawry's and more garlic powder on them because I can't help myself.
I served it with shredded cheese, sour cream, pico de gallo.
I thought I had an avocado, but, sad face.
I bought regular flour tortillas for Scott, and Carb Smart ones for myself.
The shredded cheese was unnecessary. I did it out of habit, thinking that I was eating tacos.
They would be super good with white queso.
I wasn't going to eat any of the tortillas, but they have only 6 grams of carbs each, so I put two on my plate. I ate it like fajitas were intended, I picked up the food with a torn strip of tortilla.
I only needed one tortilla for all of it.
The Carb Smart ones are good, they don't taste like cardboard at all.
My favorite part? The onions that were slightly overdone.
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