Next I brown (in this case I had baked the chicken strips previously) some chicken breast strips and add fajita sauce and stir. For my sauce I use Lowry's Fajita's spices and rather than just adding water to them I also add some vinegar and Worcestershire sauce. And, I mix it up at least a day ahead. This really gives an extra kick to the fajitas.
After the chicken is nicely coated I then reintroduce the veggies and get them nice and coated with sauce and brown up a bit more. Finally I add chopped tomatoes and stir for about a minute. It's that easy!
Now all that you have to do is serve with a plate of warm flour tortillas, sour cream and perhaps some fresh guacamole. Yum yum.
Some of you might have noticed that I have a table cloth under my frying pan. Yes, I always keep an old table cloth handy in my kitchen for when I have anything that might splatter. I HATE splattered oil and even worse, cleaning it up, so I take precautions to make clean up much easier. I also use a splatter screen to help prevent a mess. Another cleaning tip is to keep a vinegar soaked or soapy sponge close by and always clean up immediately when something spills or splatters. Your welcome.
love, Martha, er I mean Cassie
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