I love fajitas – they’re definitely one of my go-tos when I’m out at a Mexican restaurant. I mean, really good fajitas. Fresh veggies, flavorful chicken and… you know. But, what ultimately makes a good fajita great? Spice, and lots of it! I’m convinced that my taste buds are on another level where they simply cannot detect if something is hot vs mild, which means I am not the person to ask if a dish is “too spicy” or not. Sorry babe. A couple months ago, I invested in a cast iron skillet. Ideally it was for one specific recipe, but in reality it’s an essential kitchen piece. The best part about it is the versatility and convenience of going straight from the stove top to the oven – and that’s what this Spicy Chicken Fajita Skillet is all about!
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