After much debate about what to make for dinner, we decided on chicken fajitas. (If you follow me on Twitter you probably saw the whole conversation about what to eat. 🙂 )
Spoonful of light sour cream
Salt and Pepper
Mix it all together. Depending on how spicy you like your food, vary the amount of garlic and jalapeño.
I think the jalapeños and the garlic REALLY make the guacamole tasty. I think it tastes better than the restaurant guac.
I cannot be trusted near “DIPPING THINGS”. That is definitely a weakness for me. Chips and salsa, guacamole, crackers and cream cheese dip, veggies and ranch dip…it doesn’t matter what it is, I will eat too much of it!
Yes–that is a picture of me dipping a black olive into the guacamole. Really, the food was just a vehicle for the guacamole….love dipping!
For the chicken fajitas, Michael sautéed the chopped chicken, onions and red peppers in the skillet. He used a lot of seasoning (like cumin and chili powder).
Chicken is hard for me to cook. I never know how long to cook it for. Unlike steak that can be a little underdone–there seems to be a science to cooking chicken without drying it out.
I opened a bottle of wine that we got from Hood River. It had been awhile since I’d had anything to drink. I just haven’t been feeling great and certainly didn’t need alcohol to compound that.
We watched an episode of Mad Men and then I did my Foam Roller and passed out. I was so tired!
Thank you everyone for the congrats yesterday! It was a pretty good day. 🙂
If you didn’t see the video in yesterday’s post, here it is again: Hood to Coast Movie.
QUESTION: Do you have a good guacamole recipe you can share? What’s your secret?