Baked Chicken Fajitas

Baked Chicken Fajitas from It's a Keeper

I don’t know about you, but we have Taco Tuesday at our house.  Because we prefer chicken tacos, I usually pick up a rotisserie chicken the grocery store on my way home from work.  I shred the chicken, mix it the with taco seasoning and serve up all the usual toppings.  We don’t do it every week, but often enough that I have gotten bored with the same fixins.

After poking around on Pinterest one afternoon, I came across this recipe for Baked Chicken Fajitas.  They looked easy enough and sounded really good.  So, in addition to our traditional Taco Tuesday spread, I baked up a batch and gave it a whirl.

These were so good!  The seasoning is absolutely perfect!  And, they couldn’t be easier to put together.  In fact, I mixed everything up (except the chicken) the night before.  That way, when we got home from soccer practices, all I had to do was add the chicken and bake.  It doesn’t get easier than that!  They reminded me a lot of the fajitas that we get at our local Mexican restaurant.

This recipe has brought a new life to Taco Tuesday!  I can’t wait for next Tuesday!

Adapted from Six Sisters’ Stuff

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Hi! I'm Christina, the chief cook and bottle washer here at It Is a Keeper! I scour cookbooks, recipe boxes and the internet to bring you only the BEST recipes that have my seal of approval. Most of my recipes are easy enough for busy weeknights and simple enough for those that think they can't cook. Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. melissa says

    I was wondering if I need to cook the chicken partially or completly before adding the vegetables to it? Also can this be done in crock pot instead of oven? Thanks:)

  2. melissa says

    I was wondering if I need to cook the chicken partially.or.completely before.adding to the vegetables? Thanks:)

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