Coffee Lovers Gift Guide

Coffee Lovers Gift Guide

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Baked Chicken Fajatas

Making fajitas and I wanted to use my crock pot but when I checked my recipe time, I thought about using my dutch oven. You cant believe the difference in time it takes to cook in a crock-pot verses a dutch oven. I know when I used to work out of my home that I started my dinner early in the morning and came home to a delicious meal.
Well that not being the case I needed my fajitas to cook faster
and I didnt want to stand at the stove, I like 1 pan meals.
Oh and the time difference is 3-5 hours verses 25- 40 minutes.
Now if you wanted to use this recipe and you don’t have a dutch oven you still can in a
crock-pot and let them cook on high for 3-5 hours until chicken is done and vegetables are tender.
So here is how my recipe goes:
Dutch Oven Baked Chicken Fajitas
12″ dutch oven

2 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into strips
1 (15 oz.) can diced tomatoes
1 (4 oz.) can diced green chilies
2 medium onion, sliced
I used the one with a mix of red, yellow and green peppers cleaned and sliced (you can use 1 package of mixed frozen peppers)
2 Tbs. olive oil
1 Tbs. chili powder
2 1/2 tsp. cumin
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. dried oregano
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4-1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
Warmed flour tortillas 
In a 12″ dutch oven, I layered the vegetables, then added the chicken. In a small bowl mix andcombine the oil and spices.  Drizzle the mixture over the chicken and toss to coat. Then I added tomatoes, chilies and peppers.    Bake at 350° for 20-25 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through and the vegetables are tender.  

Serving Idea:
I serve fresh diced tomatoes, onions, sour cream, grated cheese and your favorite salsa, our fav is Herdez Mild Salsa and serve on warm soft tortillas either white or wheat. I warm them in a potato bag like these oh and of course they are great for potatoes and corn.
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I like the idea of using my own spices as with a mix (which I used to use) they are usually high in sodium. 
What recipe would you like to see?

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Grow Patch Review

If you have been receiving updates on my gardening and green house experience I wanted to share this with you. Since I live in the Las Vegas we are well known for the heat, temperatures can reach 110 where I live in the city and it makes it very difficult to grow vegetables for my kitchen, and where I live I have what is called desert landscape, (no yard with dirt) thus my reason to contact Grow Patch™ to see about trying their Grow Box™ to grow some vegetables. Well I am happy to report that after receiving my Grow Box™ I was anxious to get started, but first, I had to start my plants. Since I already had tomatoes in planters and cucumbers have not worked for me, I thought this would be the best challenge.

So about May 6th I started the seed for cucumbers, now these do fine to get started and was successful. The next step was to use the Grow Box™ to transplant them. So with the easy instructions and necessary parts:
♦ The Grow Patch Box™ (comes in 2 pieces)
♦ Nutrient Patch™ (Provided to last for duration of growing plants)
♦ Planting Mat (Guide for placing plants)
And I provided the potting mix (I used a commercial brand from Lowes)

My son assembled the box that comes in 2 parts, filled the box with potting mix, then on top added the Nutrient Patch™ in the center we transplanted my cucumber plants that were about 3 inches with their first leaves. We filled with water (it will holds 4 gallons) filled every 4-5 days or as needed. And watching them grow.

The nutrient patch™ automatically adds all the fertilizer my plants will need and will last for up to 4 months. If growing perennials or herbs it would need to be replaced every 3 months.

We decided we would need a trellis for when the cucumber plants started to climb so my son built some to match the length of the Grow Box™ and tall enough to give them plenty of room to grow. This way it will keep them up off the ground and give them a better chance to produce well.

The Grow Box™ was created for the perfect environment for growing vegetables and flowers, is great for small areas like apartments, patios, and like me hard to grow areas.

You can start with seeds in the GrowBox™ so theres no need to transplant. Use the grow mat to decide how far apart depending on seeds you choose.

Storage for winter, just remove and discard the Nutrient Patch™ cover and scoop out the fertilizer remnants. Let mother nature rinse and compost the soil and old roots over the winter for an even better crop next season.

To replant you can use the and potting mix for 3-4 years. Just add potting mix to completely fill the planter. Lay down a new Nutrient Patch™ and plant a new crop.

I have already tied my cucumber up with floral tape to help them climb the trellis. They are doing awesome and I look forward to having some ( Kind of Cucumbers) in a couple of months.

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You can find tons of growing information on their website @ GrowBox 
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