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Chicken or Vegetable Fajitas

| Updated Apr 28, 2018

Fajitas can make a quick easy lunch or dinner when traveling and can be prepared at the campsite or cooked in advance and finished in a few minutes after you arrive at your destination.

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For vegetarian: omit chicken

For Vegan: Omit chicken, cheese and sour cream

Serves 1 or more


1 chicken breast or 3 chicken tender slices per person

1/2 bell pepper per person

1/4 onion per person (optional)

1/2 cup sliced mushrooms per person

1/2 cup sliced zucchini per person

1/2 tomato, diced per person

1 1/2 tbsp. vegetable or olive oil

1/2 cup salsa per person

2 tbsp  guacamole per fajita

1 – 2 tbsp sour cream per fajita

1 tbsp. cheddar cheese per fajita

salt and pepper to taste

medium sized flour tortilla quantity, as desired


  1. Rinse, pat dry and slice fresh vegetables.
  2. Slice defrosted or fresh chicken breast(s) into 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ pieces.
  3. Heat oil in a medium skillet over moderate heat and saute chicken for 5 minutes.
  4. Add sliced vegetables to the saute pan with the chicken and continue cooking until vegetable are tender and chicken is cooked through.
  5. Add salsa to the saute pan and stir to combine.  Simmer for 5 minutes.
  6. Enjoy fajitas with heated tortillas (flour or corn) and sour cream and guacamole.                                                             Notes:  To modify for a non meat dish – omit the chicken and consider adding jack fruit or chopped artichoke hearts.  You can easily vary the recipe in many ways by substituting other vegetables or proteins (shrimp, steak etc.).

Mike Wendland

Published on 2018-04-28

Mike Wendland is a multiple Emmy-award-winning Journalist, Podcaster, YouTuber, and Blogger, who has traveled with his wife, Jennifer, all over North America in an RV, sharing adventures and reviewing RV, Camping, Outdoor, Travel and Tech Gear for the past 12 years. They are leading industry experts in RV living and have written 18 travel books.

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