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Mexican food is my favorite. Yep, I have said it before, I will quickly betray my Cuban roots to enjoy a nice big plate of Mexican fajitas or a burrito. I love how the spice in it adds just the perfect amount of flavor and even more than that, I love preparing my own tacos. That is one of my favorite reasons for enjoying fajitas. I am able to fill up my taco with just enough of everything I like. I create the balance and the mix and the flavors. It is awesome to be in control like that.
After eating fajitas at all the restaurants known to man in my area, I knew I had to start making them at home. My only beef with it was that fajitas stink up your hair. And badly. They stink up your clothes and everything and I figured it would stink up my house, too. That is when I found this recipe for slow cooker fajitas. It makes it easy and completely clean in my house to make it. And the smell is just good enough to know I am making food without stinking up my house. That is just how I like it!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Fit Slow Cooker Queen.
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