Arrange the fajitas and fixings on a buffet table, bar style, for casual entertaining, or serve the components on various platters at the table.
This recipe is excerpted from Big Buy Cooking.
To heat the corn tortillas but keep them from ripping or cracking, warm them in a nonstick skillet over medium-low heat, 10 to 15 seconds on each side, and then put them between layers of damp paper towels until they are ready to be served.
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These looked kind of intriguing, but were just okay. I prefer to make shrimp fajitas with a chipotle mayo and serve with either plain, cubed avocado or homemade guacamole. The chipotle en adobo turns the delicately flavored avocado into something unrecognizable.
Delicious, and super easy to make! It is definitely spicy, but I've read that you can make chipotle peppers less spicy by removing the seeds. I thought it was perfect.
A lot spicier than I anticipated. I would've given it a 4 if it was a little less spicy.
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