Fahita (fajita) is a healthy and very tasty fornication Tex-Mex cuisine, which is always served spicy and with lemon, as sour vegetables and peppers promote better digestion of meat. This is why fajita is impossible without lemon or lime. It is also impossible to imagine fahita without coriander or as it is also called cilantro or Chinese parsley. If you add more avocado and celery leaves to this dish, you get a delicious meal.
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- Let’s experiment a little with this dish. Cut the chicken breast into coarse strips, add a little salt, and roll in the paprika and curry powder, leave to soak for 10 minutes.
- Pour sunflower oil into a frying pan heated over medium heat. Add dry spices here to warm them up a little. Add Mexican oregano or just oregano, coarsely ground dry red peppers, and cumin. Chop the garlic and fresh chili peppers finely and add to the pan as well.
- Add prepared pieces of meat in spices to the pan and fry until browned.
- Chop colorful bell peppers, onions, and celery stalks and place them in a pan. You can salt to taste and fry for about 15 minutes, so that the vegetables stick a little, but do not become tender.
- Take an avocado and peel it, cut it into small pieces. Also, chop up a bunch of coriander leaves.
- Place the fajita on the serving platter and drizzle with squeezed lemon or lime juice. Serve your favorite dips, sauces, tortillas, and chips with this dish.
Why is fahita (fajita) cilantro so healthy?
Video by Dr. Eric Berg DC
Fun facts about spices for fajita (fahita):
- There are two types of oregano. Perhaps you used the wrong one in your fajitas seasoning.
- This did not make your dish tasteless. It just means it will taste a little sweeter.
- Mexican oregano has a citrusy flavor, while regular oregano tastes like licorice.
- The citrus scent goes well with lime. And as we already know, lime is very helpful for the assimilation of meat.