Sunday, May 14, 2017

Chicken Fajitas Recipe

The best way to show your mom how much you love and appreciate her is to cook for her (if you are into cooking).  One thing I didn't do so much for my mom is to cook for her!  Because I grew up having her or my sister cook for us #luckyme

But after turning into a mom myself, I realized I need to use my knowledge in cooking and share it to my own family!  (May talent din pala ako sa cooking guys!)

I am definitely not a "Chef-kind-of-girl" but I am definitely a cook that can whip up easy-yet-warm-to-the-tummy dishes!  Everything I cook takes less than 45 minutes because I'm always in a rush!  I recently shared my Chicken Fajitas recipe on Instagram Stories and I was overwhelmed with the request I get to share this simple recipe!

Pardon the photos because I only use cellphone camera, who in the world can hold a DSLR camera while cooking?  (If you can --- I salute you!)

Chicken Fajitas ala AMW


  • Boneless Chicken Thighs or breasts
  • Old El Paso Fajitas (bought at Robinsons Supermarket)
  • Large Onion
  • 1 Large Green or Red Bell Pepper (both are better so your dish is more colorful)
  • Salt, pepper 
  • Mushrooms (optional
For sauce:
  • Cream Cheese
  • Sour cream
  • Milk
  • Powder Garlic
  • Broth from the Chicken

1. Marinate the chicken cubes with a tablespoon or 2 tablespoons of oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper and seasoning (I used Maggie Magic Sarap)
2. Seal everything in a resealable plastic bag.
3. In a large pan, saute chopped onions, peppers and mushrooms until crisp.  Set aside.

4. After minimum of 30 minutes marinating the chicken cubes, pour in a hot pan with a bit of oily and cook the chicken.

5. Remove excess marinade and cook until chicken turns white.
6. Pour in the vegetables.

Time to make the garlic dip!
  • In a bowl, combine sour cream and yoghurt with a tiny amount of milk.  
  • Add garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste.
  • Pour in a bit of the marinade that was removed from the chicken.
  • Put the dip in the fridge for a couple of minutes to an hour to cool it.
Now, you're ready to scoop the chicken filling and add a bit of your garlic dip!  VOILA!  This was a winner!

It was a first for me to try this recipe and it was a huge hit!  My sister-in-law even commented that this tastes even better than the ones she had in restaurants.  :)

Have a wonderful cooking session with your loved ones!  
Happy Mother's Day!

Keep smilin'
Stay happy!


  1. Looks yummy! I will make some! And to think that I was still using real garlic to make garlic dip when there's garlic powder. How can I forget that there IS garlic powder???

    1. hahaha well, we don't always think about Garlic Powder as the real thing will always be the best :D

  2. Ahhh, this is so yummmy...... will try this evening. Thanks for the info.


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