Growing up in a Hispanic household you’d think we ate fajitas all the time, but we didn’t. The only time we had fajitas was when we’d go to a restaurant. The fajita originated from Tex-Mex cuisine and they’re delicious. Usually, they come with cheese, tortillas, sour cream and guacamole and you can’t forget the beans and rice. All that adds up to a ton of calories that you don’t need or want.
You’re probably asking yourself how you can make a healthier version. Does a healthy fajita recipe even exist? Well, I’m here to answer your questions by providing you with delicious and healthy fajita recipes.
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