This recipe is soooo tasty! if you love regular fajitas you’ll definitely love this. It takes a little time But its not hard and sooo worth it in the end when everyone is sitting munching off their plate and humming with their toes wiggling. Ahhh yess that’s the happy place! So lets get to it!
Shrimp Fajita Stuffed Chicken Breast
- One 7 pack Chicken Breast
- 3lbs raw Shrimp(take tails off too)
- My Fajita seasoning consist of: Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Ground Cumin, Chili powder, smoked paprika, black pepper, dried oregano, 3 Sazon Goya packets, Goya adobo, kosher salt
- 3lbs Cream cheese
- Fresh chopped Cilantro
- Garlic mash 1 tbsp.
- 4tspn butter and avocado oil for skillet
- Have all your veggies sliced and ready to go. take all the shells and tails of those shrimp. Toss your shrimp in your Fajita seasoning in your bowl, the seasoning sticks so much better to shrimp when you do it before it hits the heat!
- Butterfly those Breast!!! yep open them right up like a book that’s where you going to stuff all the goodies!.
- Sautee your onions, peppers and shrimp and toss the rest of you fajita seasoning in there!
- Now mix you cream cheese and you peppers and onions and shrimp all together throw in your garlic mash and some more onion poder and a little salt to that mix. Now stuff those Breast
- In a heated skillet hit it with some oil and place those breast in there. sear for about 5 minutes on each side.
- In a roaster pan add 2 sazon packs, garlic, and onion powder, along with about a half cup of water and lay the seared breast in rows. now cover with foil and pop in a oven on 350degrees for an hour
- Take a peak…hows it look? if you like me you want the top to be a bit darker so I take the foil off and let it bake about 10 minute more
I pair mine with some yellow rice I made on the spot. I wish I had some tortillas on hand, but it was Delish!!
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