What you need...
1/2 purple onion
6 long stemmed spring green onions
1 small garlic clove
1/2 red bell pepper
1/2 yellow bell pepper
10 white medium sized fresh mushrooms
1 cup chopped zucchini
1 small bunch fresh basil leaves
1 small bunch fresh spinach leaves
1 pinch of very fine grind espresso (optional)
2 tablespoons lemon zest
100% virgin olive oil
1-2 tablespoons red cooking sherry
1 chicken breast
1 packet lemon chicken fajita mix
peppered spice of your choice
10 fajita wraps (the big soft ones)
1/2 cup Shredded cheese of your choice
Turbo Cooker if you can manage, if not deep stainless steel frying pan
-Take the chicken breast and slice into thin, long strips and fry them in a very small amount of olive oil until the pink is almost out of the chicken. Put aside and clean pan.
-Dice up the onions, mushrooms and zucchini and cut the peppers into long thin strips. Finely chop up the basil and spinach leaves.
-Dice the garlic into very small thin pieces and then squish flat with cleaver (you don't need much garlic here so be careful).
-Put a bit of olive oil back into the pan and when hot (med heat) toss in the garlic and stir...wait until it browns a bit.
-Toss in the onions and peppers. Stir and cover. Let sit for five minutes
-Toss in zucchini and mushrooms, stir and cover until mushrooms brown
-Toss in the basil and spinach, cap or two of sherry, lemon lest, pepper spice and espresso, cover for a couple of minutes.
Prepare the fajita mix, usually a cup of water with mix and stir well.
At this point you can drain off the vegtables but I always leave some in the pan as there's a lot of flavour in there.
-Toss in fajita mix and chicken and turn up heat a bit and stir until sauce thickens up. The more temp the quicker it thickens but don't burn the sauce so keep stirring. Once it thickens up turn off heat and remove pan from burner.
-Sprinkle in shredded cheese and cover
Put one wrap on plate and warm up in microwave
Take semi-liberal amount of contents from pan and lay on wrap
Roll up the wrap and consume
Repeat until full (2-3 usually does it)
You should have leftovers...
The espresso is optional but I toss it in for a extra kick...a pinch is all you need or you'll be up half the night (he he). The amount of garlic you use is also optional and you don't need it but that slight flavour of fresh garlic really adds a nice boost.
If you want the fajita's to be spicier then toss in some of the seeds from the bell peppers and use cayenne pepper.
Good luck and good eating!