Comments on: Easy Crockpot Chicken Fajitas http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html Everyday Food for Busy People Fri, 24 Oct 2014 02:26:49 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 By: Tiffany http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338613 Thu, 23 Oct 2014 00:45:56 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338613 I’ve never done it with mixed meats, but I think it would work. I’m not sure about the shrimp in the slow cooker though.

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By: Whitney Suggs http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338595 Wed, 22 Oct 2014 23:57:35 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338595 Hi. We like to eat fajitas with chicken,beef,& shrimp. Is it possible to cook it the same way this recipe calls for? Thanks in advance.

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By: Anonymous http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338500 Wed, 22 Oct 2014 17:32:11 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338500 I purchased an inexpensive plug in timer. I set the time for start and finish and then turn the slow cooker to slow. ex. I put everything in the slow cooker in the morning, but set the timer to begin at 11:00 am………it goes off at 6:00 pm just in time for dinner

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By: Tiffany http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338441 Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:32:25 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338441 Mandi, yes you can use frozen. To keep them crisper, add them to the pot near the end of the cooking time.

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By: DonnaS http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338248 Wed, 22 Oct 2014 02:45:13 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338248 You could always buy a Christmas light timer to turn the crockpot on a few hours after you leave.

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By: Mandi http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338161 Tue, 21 Oct 2014 22:05:58 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338161 This may have already been asked and answered, but I am wondering if I could put in frozen peppers. TJs has sells them frozen for a great price and it would be even less prep. But I don’t want mushy peppers!

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By: Tiffany http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338101 Tue, 21 Oct 2014 19:09:00 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338101 You won’t need any water for this recipe.

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By: me http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-338040 Tue, 21 Oct 2014 15:07:24 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-338040 So I’m a new cooker and I know this is a dumb question but do I feel the crock pot with water

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By: Shelli http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-337379 Mon, 20 Oct 2014 05:56:40 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-337379 Bacteria won’t multiply in the colder temperatures of a refrigerator or freezer, or at temperatures hotter than 141°F. Where they thrive is between 41°F and 140°F, a region known as the “Temperature Danger Zone.”

When you think about this temperature zone, you’ll see that it corresponds with room temperature, as well as the temperature outside on a summer day.

I myself have a Food Sanitation license and ServSafe says TCS foods are safe in the Temperature Danger Zone for 4 hours. TCS stands for Time and Temperature Control for Safety (Meat is a TCS food). I personally never go over 2 hours.

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By: Anonymous http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-337259 Sun, 19 Oct 2014 22:21:40 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-337259 I don’t think leaving chicken it in a crock pot for two hours, from frozen, would hurt. Just make sure to cook it thoroughly. I’ve never gotten sick off chicken that sat out for a few hours from frozen; however, I wouldn’t leave thawed food out for several hours! That’s pushing your luck.

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