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    Default Chicken fajita Monday!

    Yesterday I started some chicken breast marinating in Mojave fajita seasoning, garlic, cilantro, olive oil and lime juice so it would be ready when I came home from work today. Here's what transpired:







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    Nice!!!!!
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    Awwww Greg you shoulda said you needed groceries dude

    Fine lookin fajitas fella. Is the Mojave marinade spicey? The Claude's I used on the fajitas I did on the disk was too spicey for the wife. She called it devil sauce . I liked it.

    Good show on the meal bud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PigCicles View Post
    Is the Mojave marinade spicey? The Claude's I used on the fajitas I did on the disk was too spicey for the wife. She called it devil sauce . I liked it.

    Good show on the meal bud.
    The mojave is not too spicey at all! It's actually a shake on seasoning rather than a marinade. I ran onto it at my local Harps one day, had been looking for fajita seasoning, so I picked it up. As you can tell, I doctor it up quite a bit just to get all the good flavors going on. I'll actually opt for canola or vegetable oil next time as the olive oil gives it a bit of a whang! Good stuff overall!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gt2003 View Post
    The mojave is not too spicey at all! It's actually a shake on seasoning rather than a marinade. I ran onto it at my local Harps one day, had been looking for fajita seasoning, so I picked it up. As you can tell, I doctor it up quite a bit just to get all the good flavors going on. I'll actually opt for canola or vegetable oil next time as the olive oil gives it a bit of a whang! Good stuff overall!
    If you use light olive oil instead of EV, it isn't too awful strong.

    why not try grilling them over mesquite?

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    Fine looking Fajitas, Greg!
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    I would hit it
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    GT you GOT groceries!!! And they look most fine from here.

    Good thing you got the Pace. Was afraid we might have to git a rope.

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    Thanks all!

    Tim, thanks for the tip on the oil. I'll try that next time to see how it is. As far as mequite, don't have any on hand. However, I can pick up some chunks next time and use them in the wood chip box for my grill.
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    If you use mesquite, you want it to be flaming. It will be too strong if you let it smolder. Best to bust up the chunks into mini chunks, toss them on the fire, then start grilling just as the flames begin to die down.

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