Comments on: Easy Crockpot Chicken Fajitas http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html Everyday Food for Busy People Mon, 24 Nov 2014 12:35:48 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0.1 By: Anonymous http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-348191 Sat, 22 Nov 2014 15:08:04 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-348191 Put a timer on ur crockpot. Cheap and my home functions on them. A must! Wal-Mart. ..

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By: Bonnie Carns http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-347046 Tue, 18 Nov 2014 18:15:38 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-347046 You could use kitchen scissors (clean of course). I use Pampered Chef’s salad scissors. Works great. Or just take the chicken out and use two forks to pull it apart.

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By: Tiffany http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-346808 Mon, 17 Nov 2014 23:52:46 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-346808 I think it will work great to leave the peppers out until the last 30 minutes. You can use two forks to pull the chicken apart/shred it.

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By: Anonymous http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-346785 Mon, 17 Nov 2014 21:55:41 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-346785 I guess it all depends on how warm it is in your house. But I like the idea of per chilling the crock pot, I think that would keep it chilled for a couple hours!

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By: Taylor http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-346744 Mon, 17 Nov 2014 17:20:05 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-346744 Thinking about leaving the peppers out until the last 30 minutes or so, so that they stay crispy. However, I am worried that this will leave out some of the flavor. Any thoughts on this idea? Also, as a new to cooking college student, what would I use to shred the chicken?

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By: Bonnie Carns http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-346525 Sun, 16 Nov 2014 21:57:23 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-346525 Use a household timer! I do that all the time. Set it so that the crock pot goes on at the right time, so you don’t have dried out mush when you get home!

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By: Anonymous http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-344200 Sat, 08 Nov 2014 15:26:28 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-344200 Tip do it at night time wake up supper is ready!

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By: Anonymous http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-342881 Mon, 03 Nov 2014 20:57:55 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-342881 The water from the frozen chicken should be enough liquid to offset any ‘drying’ cooking longer would cause. I never add any liquid to meals like this as your vegetables will sweat, your chicken will thaw and produce liquid – you will be fine… good luck with this recipe – I plan on making it soon!

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By: Tiffany http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-342581 Sun, 02 Nov 2014 22:04:34 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-342581 I’ve done it with both frozen and thawed. If I use frozen, I start it on high for a while.

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By: Whitney http://eatathomecooks.com/2012/12/easy-crockpot-chicken-fajitas.html#comment-342575 Sun, 02 Nov 2014 20:58:47 +0000 http://eatathomecooks.com/?p=7844#comment-342575 I guess I missed this part of the recipe….do you use frozen or thawed chicken breasts? Or which is preferred or better?

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