Kristy Adams

Eating round the world for 20 days in lockdown, day 15 Mexico


Beautiful beaches, fun music (we’ll be playing Mexican music during dinner), the home of tequila and Mexican beers. Mexican farmers produce specialist harvests of; vanilla, chilli peppers, avocados and corn. Producing over 26,000 tons of cocoa per year (chocolate) Mexico is the 13th highest producer in the world.

We are making chicken fajitas tonight. This is a quick and easy dinner to make in 15 minutes, so a big thank you to Mexico for inventing this one. I bought an ‘Old El Paso Smoky BBQ Fajita Dinner Kit’ 500g containing 8 x flour tortillas, 1 x seasoning mix, 1 x salsa topping. An easy meal, almost takeaway!

Chicken Fajitas for 4 Amigos


4 chicken breasts

1 onion

2 red peppers

1 x sour cream bottle/carton

8 wraps

½ Iceberg lettuce – cut leaves into strips

Fajita dinner pack – 8 tortillas, 1 seasoning pack, 1 salsa pack

Optional – Mexican beer with a slice of lime



Cut the onions into strips.

De-seed peppers and cut into strips, spray saucepan with low calorie cooking spray and add onions/peppers and cook for a few minutes on medium heat.

Cut the chicken into slices or bite-sized chunks, add to pan with seasoning mix.

½ Iceberg lettuce, cut into strips.

Warm tortillas in oven for a few minutes.

Place pot of sour cream on the dinner table with the bowl of lettuce, salsa in a bowl, warm tortillas and seasoned chicken in a bowl. Make you own wraps.

Serve with Mexican beer with a slice of lime squeezed into the neck of the bottle and glass of tap water.

Made a birthday cake for a friend who lives near me for her birthday.

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