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Chicken fajitas. The best thing you could possibly order at a Mexican restaurant. They come sizzling hot, letting off smoke that just stinks up your hair. But it is absolutely and totally worth it because it is just that good! The flavor of that chicken is deep, with a little kick of spice. They are delicious, and totally amazing. With every bite of amazing flavor, I am reminded that I should learn to make this at home. So I finally did.
My one beef about ordering fajitas is that they usually do not add enough meat to fill the tortillas. They kind of go cheap on me and I hate that! So I decided that if I made my chicken fajitas at home, I would make more than enough chicken, so no one would feel like they were being gipped. And that is what I did. These chicken fajitas in a crock pot can feed a crowd. It is awesome to make it in the crock pot because you can make enough for everyone without having to fry the chicken little bits at a time. This is the perfect meal to take to a potluck as you will have loads of chicken to serve with this recipe.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Kristine’s Kitchen Blog.
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