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This is good. 

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Allegro Marinade.  It does wonderful things for chicken. 

One of my favorite things it does for chicken is turn it into fajitas.  Okay, so not really authentic mexican fajitas, but darn good tortilla stuffin’.

Start by slicing your BLSL (boneless skinless) chicken into strips.  Put it in a bowl and pour a little Allegro over it.

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Now, slice an onion thinly. 

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Heat a little oil to medium and start cooking those onions.  Sprinkle a little salt on ’em. 

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If your family likes peppers, now would be the appropriate time to add some bell peppers.  Slice it in half, remove the ribs and seeds, and slice into strips.

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Stir and saute the onions (and peppers) until they start to get wiggly and brown. 

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Then add your chicken strips and the marinade.  Saute the chicken until done.  (By the way, saute just means to cook in a small amount of oil.)

When the chicken is cooked through, the marinade will have reduced to a lovely sauce. 

Serve this with tortillas of your preference–I like corn these days–and sour cream, black beans, tomatoes, salsa, homemade pico de gallo. . .what ever tickles your taco.

Love, Peace, and Taco Grease

Chicken Faux-jitas Recipe