This is a cheap trick that my dear mother taught me. When choosing between name brand and generic brand products at the grocery store, sometimes it matters which you choose while others it doesn’t. For example: when choosing what brand of chocolate chips to get, generic is not an option unless you like your cookies to taste like plastic. For soups, if you are just using it to put into a casserole or some other dish, generic is alright. But if you’re just wanting a bowl of soup, you may want to consider an upgrade to Campbell's. Now, when it comes to the little seasoning packets for things like salad dressing, enchiladas, tacos or fajitas, it is safe to say that Western Family does a really good job. One of my favorite dishes is made with Western Family Fajita Seasoning. Seriously, this meal is so very good, so very easy, and people think I can cook when I make it when really- I just added water. I highly recommend it.
Total Prep Time: 10 Min
Total Cooking Time: 20 Min max.
Total Price: $7.32- if you feed 4 people, that is $1.83 per person
2 Tbsp. oil
2 green bell peppers (or red, whatever you prefer)
Roma tomatos (optional)
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast
WF Fajita seasoning packet
Directions: Just follow the recipe found on the back of the spice packet. :)
- In a large skillet, heat 1 Tbsp. vegetable oil, saute 1 onion chopped and the green bell peppers cut into thin strips, until onions are lightly golden, and peppers are tender. Remove from skillet and set aside.
- In the same skillet, heat 1 Tbsp. oil, add 1lb boneless, skinless chicken cut into strips, cook until browned
- Add Fajita Seasoning Mix and ¼ c water; blend well. Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer, uncovered 3-5 min, stirring occasionally.
- Return vegetables to skillet to heat; add 1 tomato cut into thin wedges.
- Use fresh, warm, flour tortilla. Place some filling on each tortilla. Serve with fresh salsa, sour cream, and guacamole if it suits your fancy