Homemade fajitas!!! You can’t beat a fajita can you?! 🤤 I used to buy the kits but for the last year or so I make them from scratch as the chicken fajita seasoning is so simple to make and the guacamole and salsa are so much tastier made fresh. The @morrisons mexican rice was a cheat but it was really tasty and only cost 47p!

Fajita chicken

I fry 3/4 sliced chicken breasts with sliced red onion and pepper and then sprinkle on around half a tsp of cayenne pepper, paprika, smoked paprika and cumin. Then I add a pinch of dried chilli flakes and a little water to stop it sticking.


The salsa is simply 4 chopped salad tomatoes, with 1 small onion diced, the juice of half a lime, a pinch of dried chilli flakes and a small handful of fresh coriander chopped.


Chop 2 avocados, squeeze half a lime over, add 1 small crushed garlic clove, a handful of chopped fresh coriander, a pinch of chilli flakes and seasoning. Roughly mash with a fork.

Salsa Chicken

Salsa Chicken recipe from @diethood but I used a jar of salsa instead of making my own which, along with buying grated cheddar, made this a super easy quick meal.


2 tbsp olive oil

3 chicken breasts

Mild chilli powder



Garlic granules


300g jar mild salsa

400g chopped tomatoes

100g grated cheddar


1. Preheat the oven to 180oC.

2. Heat the oil in an ovenproof pan.

3. Add the chicken breasts and add a sprinkle of each spice plus the seasoning on one side.

4. Brown (high heat) for 2 minutes and turn over. Repeat the spice and seasoning on the other side. Brown for a further 2 minutes.

5. Remove the chicken from the pan and add the salsa and tomatoes.

6. Place the chicken on top and spoon some of the tomato sauce over the chicken then sprinkle each breast with grated cheese.

7. Bake for 30 minutes.