It’s fall and that means we are all looking for ways to stay warm, relax, and enjoy our favorite foods. This recipe is a great way to do all of this. A few ingredients, such as peppers, onions, and chicken are cooked in a skillet until tender. The spicy and savory tempura sauce is then poured over chicken and vegetables and topped with some crunchy tortilla strips for a quick, healthy, and delicious meal.
Need a quick and easy lunch meal or dinner recipe? It can be hard to find a recipe that suits the ketogenic lifestyle. But this recipe is easy to make and is delicious. It also doesn’t require any cooking experience. Instead of the traditional fajita ingredients, you can use keto Mexican soup ingredients like: black beans, sweet peppers, chicken breasts, and avocado. This recipe is also high in protein, and makes an excellent meal when you’re busy.
The Tex-Mex cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines in the country. It is a combination of Mexican and American foods, including a wide variety of meat, vegetables, and sauces. The cuisine is known for its simplicity, and its low-carb options tend to be very popular among those on a keto diet.
Bowl of keto chicken fajitas
You can have it both ways. A hearty and filling dinner with a light salad thrown in for good measure. Plus, it’s both keto and tasty! Is it a fiesta or a feast? It’s all up to you.
Easy 15 + 20 m
Prepare the garnishes. Tear the lettuce leaves, dice the tomatoes, dice the avocados, then clean and cut the cilantro. Remove from the equation.
Onion and pepper should be thinly sliced.
Cut the chicken into thin strips on a separate chopping board.
In a large pan, brown the chicken in butter over medium-high heat. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add the onion, pepper, and Tex-Mex spice when the chicken is nearly done.
Reduce the heat to low and continue to fry, turning occasionally, for a few minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through and the veggies have softened somewhat.
Toss the lettuce with the chicken mixture in a bowl. Shredded cheese, sliced avocado, chopped tomatoes, fresh cilantro, and a dollop of sour cream are all good additions.