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"Chicken Fajita Grilled Tostadas"

"Chicken Fajita Grilled Tostadas"

ZIVAZ Mexican Bistro

4590 E Broadway, www.zivaz.com

by Chef Dn. Felipe Valenzuela

 

Tostadas

Grill 8 corn tortillas on open flames until crispy on both sides & set aside

 

Chicken Fajitas

Ingredients:

24 oz lean, skinless chicken breast

2 chopped red bell peppers

2 chopped poblano peppers

1 chopped jumbo yellow onion

Lemon juice from 1 large lemon

Key lime juice

½ head romaine lettuce - chopped

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Salt & pepper

 

Directions:

Grill chicken breast and season with salt & pepper.

Once the chicken is fully cooked, cut into ¼-inch strips and sauté in lightly oiled pan with all of the vegetables.  Add sliced Serrano chiles for a spicier twist.  Add lemon juice and cook until vegetables are tender.

Take the tostadas and top with chopped Romaine lettuce.  Place the fajita mix on top and drizzle with lime juice just before eating.

 

 

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