I love a good Mexican Dish, but these Slow Cooker Chicken Fajitas took it over the top, and that much easier to make. If you need a simple and quick dinner recipe, this is one I highly recommend making.
You may have noticed that we are not professional photographers. It’s definitely a work in progress for us.
When we started this blog, we used our old point-and-shoot cameras to capture pictures of our meals . . . we really were only photographing our food for each other because we never thought that anyone else would look at this blog.
Fast forward to today, even after a couple of photography classes and food styling classes,
it’s still so hard to make food make in the crock pot look appetizing.
It tastes amazing, but it’s just so hard to make it look good. So even though the chicken/pepper/onion mixture in the tortillas might not look that good, I promise that it’s absolutely divine.
how could i make this dish more spicy?
I am a total wimp with it comes to spicy food, however, my husband loves his food with a bit of a kick.
If you are looking to turn up the heat with this recipe, we recommend adding a hot version of chile’s rather than a mild, adding some jalapeños, and adding about 1/2 cup of hot enchilada sauce.
If you are like me, and don’t love hot food, stick to the mild options of this recipe. You could also use a cheddar cheese or provolone in place of the pepper jack, if you really don’t love the spicy food.
top them off:
I love fajitas, but I also love topping them off with salsa, sour cream, guacamole, etc. We also love putting on fresh vegetables, such as olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, banana peppers, etc.
Looking for a side dish? Here is a simple one the whole family will love:
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This Mexican Street Corn Salad takes minutes to throw together and tastes amazing. You can make it as spicy or as mild as you’d like. Watch how easy it is to make, here:
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