Thursday, 1 September 2016

Chicken Fajitas with Marinated Purple Cabbage

This post is going to be brief, and I don't have a photo as it was too delicious to pause and take one! 
This fajita seasoning is a GREAT substitute for the packaged seasoning in the stores.  I used half the recommened sugar, and it was great!  I think a suitable ratio would be to use this on 3 chicken breasts sliced, 3 peppers sliced, and 1 onion sliced. I recommend three different colours of peppers for something visually appealing.  Once the chicken is cooked and the veggies are added and softened, add your spice mixture.  You will need to add some water to make a sauce as the cornstarch is in the spice mixture to thicken the sauce!   It depends on how much filling you put in each tortilla to really judge how many they make.  Don't forget a dollop of sour cream inside!  For extra flavor and texture, try placing the marinated purple cabbage inside as well - YUM!

Marinated Purple Cabbage:

½ head of purple cabbage

1 to 2 ratio of fresh lime juice: olive oil

Salt and pepper to taste


Slice or chop cabbage.  Massage oil on cabbage to soften.  Add lime juice; and salt and pepper to taste! 

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