Finished Chicken Fajitas
It took me about 15 minutes to cook the fajitas to my liking. I like when everything is cooked well done and the sauce spread throughout the vegetables and chicken. I was surprised how much food there really was in the skillet. It was plenty of food for two people.
We also roasted a few vegetables and made french fries to go along with the fajitas.
With roasted veggies and french fries on the side
I thought the fajitas were excellent! They had the right amount of spice and the vegetables were cooked down plenty for my liking. The chicken was soft and tender as well. Everything had great flavor because of the sauce it was in! I would definitely purchase this again. It made eating Mexican food, which is a favorite of mine very easy!
In case you are curious about the ingredients of the fajitas, they are as follows: roasted onions, cooked white chicken meat , roasted red bell peppers, roasted green bell peppers, soybean oil, maltodextrin, salt, spice, modified corn starch, dextrose garlic, isolated soy protein, onion, natural flavor, sodium phosphate, lemon juice concentrate, citric acid, autolyzed yeast extract, grill flavor (from vegetable oil), corn syrup solids, natural smoke flavor. dried contains soy ingredients.
Below are the nutritional stats if you are interested in learning more about this product.
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General Mills provided me with the free product and information, however all opinions are my own.