October 12, 2007 6:04pm CST
I love having fajita chicken on my salads....but I recently purchased the fajita seasoning and thought it was very nasty. It even made my house stink. So instead of that seasoning I used seasoned salt and lots of pepper...it was as good as some I have tasted in a restaurant. Do you like fajita chicken? Have you tried making it a different way then using the boughten seasoning?
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• United States
12 Oct 07
I am curious which name-brand or generic fajita seasoning mix you purchased because of the horrible smell it left behind and that it tasted awful BUT more importantly to let you know there is a much easier way to dry marinade your chicken pieces before either deep frying or baking the strips in the oven. Grind dried jalaepanos, crushed red pepper, cayennes (dried cayenne peppers), paprika and cumin (tasty mexican herb), red chiles and green chiles dried, and lastly mild red peppers dried. After all these dred ground and sifted together ingredients are perfect for you, coat your chicken pieces with a egg-wash consisting of egg yolk no white and a bit of water and then coat them with the dry ingredients. Fry or bake on cookie sheet or shallow baking pan as necessary. Enjoy ! sharing the light, Miss Erica Hidvegi, the Enlightenment Advisor,B.A. Ursuline College Psychology (specialization in Child Development & Abnormal Psych), M.A.Atlantic University-Transpersonal Psychology Studies Counseling/ Author, Artist, Photographer, Entrepreneur and Freelance extraordinaire