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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Chicken Fajita, Hubby's Favorite Work Lunch #Recipe

Ever since  my husband joined the Biggest Loser contest at his work, he has been working out and watches what he eats.  He pays close attention to the portion of the food that he consumes.  I also prepares the food that he brings for lunch at work so he doesn't have to  buy food with large amount of fats and calories.  One of his favorite that he always request for me to make is the chicken fajita.
 I always pre-cooked it  on Sundays so that when he feels like  bring  fajita for lunch, he can just get it and nuke it at work.  He used to eat four of these fajita but since he is on a diet, he only packs two plus fruit.  
 Some  are asking for  recipe of chicken fajita.  This is very easy to make especially if you have the  fajita mix but if not, here is a simple recipe:


  • 4 chicken breast, sliced  according to size you desire
  • 4 chicken breast
  • 1 bell pepper, sliced
  • 1 big onion, chopped
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • cumin, chili pepper, oregano, onion, salt, garlic, and lime juice.  No measurement for me, just make it the way you like it.

  • Direction:
    • Warm the   pan ans add the coconut oil.
    • Add the  chicken, let it cook for  10 minutes then add the spices. Stir it until the chicken absorb all the spices.
    • Add the onion and bell peppers, cook for  another 3 minutes . 
    • When you are done cooking, just wrap it in the tortilla  or you can  eat it with rice.  
    • You can top it with  with cheese or sour cream.
    Making my husband's favorite lunch  is easier with the Green Earth Pan that Ozeri have sent me for review.  This is the third pan that I have from them and I love all of them in my kitchen.  This one is  claimed by Ms. Burrito to be hers so I only used it once to make this review.  This 8" frying pan  features the texured series  that Ozeri makes.  The  ultra safe 100% PTFE and PFOA free ceramic non stick coating from Germany.

    The elevated texture  creates air pockets which distributes heat underneath  food to enhance cooking.  I love this pan just the same as I love the other two pans  I got from Ozeri.  They do make great pans for frying and I highly recommend it for those who love to cook!  You can buy this via Amazon  $23.35.  Thanks again Ozeri for another  great product!

    Disclaimer: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is not in anyway influenced by other factors. The product/s mentioned above was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes.

    21 sumptuous burps..:

    jo said...

    I love how innovative those Made in Germany products are. I thought I saw this post on Facebook too! I would love to try this. Gotta ask you via Facebook in case I forget the ingredients. LOL!

    Anna said...

    I am drooling as I'm writing this. Looks really yummy :)

    papaleng said...

    This is a good recipe to add to my list. Care to share the step-by-step preparation. Eh kasi baka maging lumpiang sariwa kung ako gagawa nyan.

    Eileen said...

    I was wondering if you can make fajitas using some other kind of meat (like pork/beef?). You are so lucky to have 3 pans from Ozeri! Wish I had at least one...

    Fernando Lachica said...

    Glad to know your handsome husband's getting leaner and looking fit for his job.

    Karen @ MrsLookingGood said...

    Lucky you for scoring a nice pan. Wives never say no to more kitchen gadgets!

    I cook fajita but with the mix. Can't seem to get the right spices together so to make our lives easier, I just buy the fajita mix and voila! dinner is served.

    Juliana said...

    More than the pan, I'm drooling for the fajita. Ang tagal ko na hindi kumain ng chicken but I will if you make it for me :-)

    Jhady said...

    You are such a great cook sis and you always cook delicious and health food . I have been reading a lot of good reviews about ozeri, I wish I can try their products.

    Marie Baker said...

    That looks so good! I like to cook the veggies till mush lol cause I'm so picky lol :) MMMMMM

    Franc said...

    The chicken fajita looks really tasty.

    Kenneth Clutario Agudo said...

    Oh my this is mouth watering food. I love to taste it though if there is chicken included I cant. The photos are very tempting :)

    Shengkay Apuhin said...

    i love how you prepare food for your family mommy rose. how i wish to have prepare food for my family someday..for now i am happt to prepare food for iris.

    jared's mum said...

    this really looks delicious. i hope i can prepare it soon in my tiny kitchen.

    Kaye F said...

    I hope you can share your recipe of this. This look so delish!

    MikiHope said...

    Fajita's are one of my favorite dishes. I didn't actually realize how easy it is to make them. That pan sounds like it cooks like a dream and I think I am due for a new one so----

    Hollywoodhiccups said...

    I don't think you could ever go wrong with Chicken Fajita's they're always great to have and yours look delicious!

    Sherrie Bama said...

    Those look really good. I love this type of food. I could just about eat it all week long. I like the pan by Ozeri also. Great little pan.

    Marie Baker said...

    Some how I came across this page again looking for something good to make and man do these look good!

    Agata Pokutycka said...

    I have this pan and totally love it!
    It makes perfect eggs :-)

    Paula Bendfeldt-Diaz said...

    These looks delicious and I always look for pans that are PTFE and PFOA and free, will look for this brand.

    Jade said...

    Wow! Your chicken fajitas looks fresh and delicious. Your hubby is doing a great job and with your support he is gonna reached his goal.

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