Easy Chicken Fajita Foil Packets

chicken fajitas in foil
Ready to be sealed
Hot out of the oven
On a deformed homemade tortilla

These healthy, spicy Chicken Fajita Packets are incredibly easy to prepare and serve…and the clean-up is a breeze! All the ingredients are sealed in a foil packet and cooked together in the oven. Serving can be as easy as plating the packet, opening it up and digging in or go the real fajita route and slice the spicy chicken and top with onions, peppers and black beans in a warm tortilla, and garnish with avocado, sour cream and cilantro. For the printable recipe, just click…

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Sourdough Whole Wheat Pizza Crust

Suasage, Mushroom, Caramelized Onion Pizza ready for oven
Ready for the Oven

There’s nothing better then homemade pizza and this crust is simple and delicious. If you need sourdough starter, check out my bread post from last week, where you’ll find a link to get FREE sourdough starter. I prefer thin crust pizzas (being from the New York area…where we make REAL pizza), but if you prefer a thicker crust, it’s all here in the printable recipe. This is one of those recipes that appears to be a little vague at first, but once you try it and get the feel for how the dough should come together, it’s simple and quick to replicate whenever you get the urge…which for me, seems to happen about 3-4 times a week lately. And since the recipe makes 3 crusts which freeze incredibly well,¬†you actually don’t have it make it that often. Just take one out of the freezer, and in about 3 hours, it’s ready to roll. The crust is also very versatile and can be used in dozens of different ways. Just the other day, I topped one with just caramelized onions, crumbled goat cheese and drizzled some olive oil on it and it was amazing.

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Extra Large, Cage-Free, and More: How to Shop for Eggs | Serious Eats

What makes a good egg? There are so many things to consider, especially when egg carton vocabulary seems to grow by the day. If you’re in an egg-sistential quandary in the grocery aisle, here’s a cheat sheet on how to decipher egg dozens. A great article from Serious Eats on one of my favorite foods.

Click to read article: Extra Large, Cage-Free, and More: How to Shop for Eggs | Serious Eats

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