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2/15/12 11:48 P

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what a great way to get your veggies in.
i made the chili 15 recipe only use the crock pot so it took longer then i used on a baked potato in taco shell with salad mix and tomato slices shredded cheese as a side dish with hamburger sandwich or sloppy Joe

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1/15/12 9:24 P

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awesome thanks again!

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1/15/12 9:22 P

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Whole wheat tortilla = 110 calories
Spray non-stick skillet with Pam = 0
one ounce chicken breast tender = 100 cal.
peppers & onions = 30
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two tablespoon chunky salsa = 10
one tablespoon fat free sour cream = 20
Sautee cut up chicken tender with peppers & onions in skillet. When meat is done & veggies are crisp tender, stir in salsa & sour cream. Put tortilla in microwave for 10 seconds between paper towels. Serve fajita mix on whole wheat tortilla. Tasty and filling.

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1/15/12 8:26 P

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Thanks for posting....About how many calories did it come to? emoticon

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1/15/12 11:10 A

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Your recipe sounds yummy. Sounds similar to the one I make. Fajitas are so satisfying and filling. It's easy to stick to healthy eating with this one.

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1/15/12 10:23 A

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Just can't beat Mexican food!

Nothing tastes as good as thin feels.

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Sounds yummy!

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Created my own fajitas for myself, hubby, step-daughter and her hubby. Used whole wheat honey tortillas, cut up chicken breast and cooked down in my skillet - added a LITTLE of the philly santa fe cooking creme (gives a nice tangy flavor) - in another pan I cooked green and red peppers and onions. Everyone served themselves - I also had a mixture of cheddar and montery jack shredded cheese for folks to use and our son-in-law used hot sauce on top of all that. I had one and I was full ... GREAT dinner :)

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