Claire covers a lot of fantastic things on her blog including recipes, craft projects, nail art, beauty, hair, fashion and reviews. I highly recommend that you check it out, as there is a post for everyone.
Claire tells me that this fajita recipe is one of her favorite dinner/lunch options, and she loves making it for company.
On to the yummy bits :)
Fajitas with a Twist
You can add other vegetables but I choose not to.
Items you will Need -
Set all your ingredients out so everything is within reach.
Add the chopped onions to the frying pan.
You can chop you garlic here (if you are using it)
The onions will be cooking while you do the rest (please note if you don't want your onions crispy then you should wait to add the onions until your chicken is cut into pieces and is being added to the wok)
Don't forget to stir your onions every now and again.
Warm some cooking oil in a wok or large frying pan while you slice your chicken breasts (or beef) into sections/strips, removing all fatty bits and veins!
Cook the chicken until all the pink has turned white but leave on the heat as the inside may still be pink. You can check if the chicken is ready by choosing the largest strip and cutting into it to see if it is pink, if it isn't the chicken is ready. If it is pink just cook a little longer.
Add sweetcorn to a microwaveable dish and cover with water. The sweetcorn can be the frozen or the tinned kind. You can also use a saucepan to cook the sweetcorn.
Heat the sweetcorn for 30 seconds and stir, then another 30 seconds. Drain the water and put back into the microwave for another 30 seconds. You will need to adjust the times for certain microwaves and if you are using a saucepan then you will have to boil the sweetcorn for 3 minutes at least.
Sending out a huge thank you to Claire for sharing this yummy recipe, and I hope you all will try it and also check out her blog.