Sometimes, you want a certain taste or dish, but you don’t want it done the “same old way”, right? I was feeling that way about fajitas and tacos. I love them, don’t get me wrong, but I was wanting them done up some other way. I considered a casserole version but then I poked around online and saw a recipe for a cheese, broccoli and chicken stuffed wreath made out of crescent roll dough and thought, “Ah ha! This is what I’m looking for!”
Also, just a note: I have a tendency of using fajita seasoning instead of taco seasoning, even when we’re having tacos. It’s a personal preference. Use your own. 🙂
Hubby and I enjoy tacos and fajitas at home. With instant taco kits out there, it makes it very easy to whip this family favourite up in no time. But this weekend, I wanted something different.
Inspired by a friend’s pulled pork dinner at their place a few weekends ago, along with seeing something on the Food Network about pulled brisket tacos, I decided to do something similar — only, with chicken. Here’s how I did it. Continue reading →
Hubby and I enjoy fajitas and tacos. I’ve made chicken fajitas from scratch a few times and we always enjoy it.
But I’ll fess up right now: if I only have ground beef, I use a mix every single time. Why? It’s quick and easy and I find that ground beef needs a lot of TLC when working with it — the mixes do the trick nicely. Chicken, you can marinade and infuse all kinds of flavour into it fairly easily, but ground beef always seems to need a lot of work. And tonight, I just didn’t have it in me to do all that work! Haha.
However, I have friends who only put seasoned meat and cheese in their fajitas or tacos. I can’t do that. I need a variety of colour, textures, temperatures and tastes in that little bundle of goodness!