This month for Surprise Recipe Swap, my partner was Jaime from Mom’s Test Kitchen. I’m not new to Jaime’s blog – I made her Red Velvet Cream Cheese Swirl Cookies a couple months ago. Check out these Vanilla Pudding Snickerdoodles she posted yesterday. I’m a little upset I didn’t get to pick those, they look awesome.
I’m missing Mexico and vacation so I picked these Garlic Tequila Chicken Fajitas to make. Plus, we brought back some tequila from Mexico that I was ready to crack open. This is the first time I cooked chicken since October. I have enjoyed being a (mostly) vegetarian for the past six months but I think I’m ready to put chicken back into the regular rotation. Every once in awhile, at least.
Fajitas are typically served with peppers, but I don’t like green peppers so I used zucchini (which I love) instead.
Other recipes you may like:
Homemade Blender Salsa (On the Border copycat)
Baked Chicken Fajitas
Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken
Jaime @ Mom's Test Kitchen says
Lol, sorry about the snickerdoodles!! Feel free to make them just because they were awesome! 😉
I hope you liked the fajitas!
Amy CookingAdventures says
These look delicious! I’ll definitely have to make them soon!
I had no idea Fajitas could look that beautiful! You did a great job with them! And with Tequila, yes please 🙂
Great to have you with us on the SRS!
Sheena @ Hot Eats and Cool Reads says
Oh yum!! These look fantastic!
YUM! I love fajitas – will have to try these out!
Yum!! Looks sooo good! I love all Mexican food and if there is a way to include tequila in a meal, I’m all about it. 🙂
Rachel Willis says
These tacos look awesome! I’m with Miss Tasty up there^^^ I love Mexican food and anything with tequila is even better 🙂
These look good! I love zucchini – never would have thought to use it in fajitas. I do like peppers but I might have to try the zucchini one day. Thank for sharing at Marvelous Mondays! Pinned to my MM board!
Julie @ This Gal Cooks
Kim Vealey says
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Kim Vealey says
I would do the Mexican Hat Dance around that plate…looks awesome!!
Stopping by from Pint Sized Baker, pinning this!
(too many typos in my first one – whoopsie!)