Chicken Fajita Fiesta! (enough for a small party)

Kelly Williams


Why overpay for something you can easily make at home for a fraction of the cost? These are delicious, fun to make, fun to eat, and economical! What's not to love? :D I really enjoyed creating this, hope you enjoy making them! (*This recipe can easily be halved for a smaller crowd.)
(Old photos by me.)

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30 Min
10 Min


4 lbs.
boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into nice-sized strips
1 small
green bell pepper
1 small
yellow bell pepper
1 small
red bell pepper
1 onion
cut into small wedges
1 cup
olive oil
1/2 cup
lime juice, fresh squeezed or bottled concentrate
2/3 cup
unsweetened pineapple juice
2 tsp.
1 Tbl.
+ 1 tsp. cumin
2 Tbl.
good chili powder
1 Tbl.
+ 1 tsp. minced garlic, jarred is fine
1 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tsp.
flour tortillas


sour cream
salsa or pico de gallo
sliced jalapenos
diced tomatoes
shredded lettuce
queso fresco, crumbled
sargento mexican blend cheese or cheddar, shredded
sliced green onions
sliced black olives
fresh chopped cilantro


1Put cut up chicken, peppers and onion in large bowl or ziploc baggie. Mix up marinade in medium bowl, and pour over chicken mixture, tossing/mixing to coat all thoroughly. Marinate in fridge for 4-6 hours. Drain off excess marinade. In one (or more) medium-hot frying pans, add a little olive oil, then add chicken mixture. Stir-fry til chicken is done. Should take only about 8-12 minutes depending on how big you cut your chicken strips and how hot your pan is. Warm flour tortillas in microwave (about 30 seconds on high, 3-4 at a time) or in oven wrapped in foil. Serve with toppings of choice. Tossed salad, spicy cornbread, spanish or mexican rice, refried beans/dip, chips, etc., are nice accompaniments.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Regional Style: Mexican
Hashtag: #fajitas