It’s Kid-Friendly and it Suits Most All Tastes: The Chicken Fajita Taco Bar
By Bracha Serle
Dinner can get tricky when having to feed children. We always want to make dinner more exciting and kid friendly. This chicken fajita can be turned into a fun taco bar. Now which kid doesn’t like a fun dinner like that!
- 1 pound chicken cutlets, cut into strips
- 1 recipepesto paste
- 1 large onion, cut into half rings
- 2 large Portabella mushrooms, sliced into strips
- 1 green pepper, sliced
- 1 orange pepper, sliced
- ½ red cabbage, sliced into strips
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 5 small soft taco shells
- 1 avocado, sliced, optional
- In a large Ziploc bag, combine chicken, pesto, onion, mushrooms, peppers, and red cabbage. Shake until everything is well coated.
- Heat a wok or a large frying pan until smoking hot. Add a tablespoon of grapeseed oil. Then add in the chicken vegetable mixture. Let cook for about 1 minute, so they get a nice sear and golden color.
- Season with salt and pepper to taste, then saute and allow juices to cook down. Cook for about 5-7 minutes until the chicken is fully cooked.
- Fill each of the taco shells with the mixture. Top with avocado slices if desired for a creamy texture.
- Place the five soft taco shells out and fill each one. You can top it with some avocado slices for a nice creamy texture.
Bracha graduated from CKCA with a professional culinary degree. She has worked as a private chef in many places ranging from professional corporate offices, to private homes. She specializes and is extremely knowledgeable in the clean and healthy cooking lifestyle. Bracha teaches cooking classes on a weekly basis both privately and in schools. She creates allergy-friendly and clean ingredient recipes for kosher food companies worldwide. Bracha also travels all over to give fun and interactive cooking demonstrations, teaching how to bring clean healthy ingredients into a trendy recipe that’s simple and home cook-friendly. As a influencer, Bracha shares her knowledge with her Instagram following on her page called @Shesthechef. Bracha also writes a weekly food column in a newspaper called The Queens Jewish Link. Follow her and find out where her next food adventure takes you.