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Fantastic Amaretto Fajitas
By Serves 2

Fajitas are God's gift to mankind! They are by far the most superior of Mexican cuisine! Here is a basic fajita recipe!

Prep Time: 5m
Cook Time: 15m

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  1. 2 Chicken Breasts
  2. 1 Onion
  3. 2 Peppers (or 1, I like getting different colors though)
  4. 1 × Fajita seasoning
  5. 1 × Ameretto
  6. 1 × Olive oil
  7. 1 × Tortillas
  8. 1 × Shredded cheese
  9. 1 × Spinach leaves

You may also need:

Fork, Kitchen Knife, Skillet, Spatula, Spoon

Step 1:

Slice up the chicken breasts into small chicken niblets, put them in a skillet with olive oil.

Step 2:

Slice up your peppers and onions. If you are only making the 2 chicken breasts, use just half of the peppers and half the onion.

Step 3:

When the chicken is mostly cooked, add the fajita seasoning and stir/flip with your spatula.

Step 4:

Add the vegetables to the mix. Continue to let cook occasionally stirring and flippin'. Splash some ameretto in there!

Step 5:

When you suspect that everything is cooked do the vege-test. Take a fork and grab a slice of pepper from the pan and bite it with your front teeth, it shouldn't be mushy, but it shouldn't be crisp or crunchy. The perfect medium!

Step 6:

Put in more ameretto if you want. Take tortillas and heat on a bare burner so they get a light browning to them. Do this one at a time.

Step 7:

Shovel in all the fajita awesomeness on a tortilla, add the shredded cheese and spinach leaves.

Step 8:

Make sure to fold that tortilla right! Ameretto can be runny!

Step 9:

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