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Day 10 Crockpot Challenge Fajitas

This is one of those meals that honestly I would have never thought about making in a crockpot. I always picture them frying up in a hot pan and sizzling. The problem with that is by the time I am done chopping everything up then I have to spend the time tossing it all about in a frying pan and it ends up taking an hour to make some fajitas. Well when I was getting ready for this challenge it was suggested that I make fajitas. Well today that was just what I did :O) Not only was it fast but it was super easy and the chicken came out amazing.

Now what I did was take 1 pound of chicken and slice it into strips. You could use any meat but chicken was what I happened to have out. Then I took 3 bell peppers of different colors and sliced them and a 1/2 onion. I threw it all into the crockpot and added 1/2 cup of Italian dressing. I tossed it up to coat everything then set it on low and let it go for the day :O) so fast and easy and best yet I didn't have to stand over the stove.


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Cj said…
Mmmm this looks so yummy! Thanks for stopping by http://www.giveohgiveaway.blogspot.com I am now following you on twitter and GFC, so I don't miss a thing! :)
Stephanie Marie said…
Thanks for stopping by http://www.wifeandteacher.blogspot.com I am always glad to read comments. If you are on facebook, look me up @stepaniepawley and I will invite you to a facebook group that is all about homeschool freebies. Oh and by the way your crock pot recipes look yummy!
Mellissa Hanks said…
Thank Stephanie I sent you a request :O)

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