What You Know?
What you know isn't always enough, it is in the knowing how that creates the most growth. I know my usual posts are food focused, but I am going to step out of the box a little bit today and share something that I feel is extremely important. And yes, there will be a recipe share at the end of this blog:)
We can all spend our lifetimes reading information, magazine articles, the latest news, we can take dozens of classes, attend lectures, absorbing information. Then what??? What do we do with all this information, we know it, we can share it, but how does it help us? The most important part to the knowing, is the knowing how. Knowing how to use this information, what to do with this information, how to take this information and create change in ourselves and the world around us. Knowing how is where we will find value in knowing, taking that step beyond what you know and using it to grow and to make a difference. I don't want to sound like I am talking in circles, I just want you to understand the importance of knowing how to create the world you envision for yourself and those around you. To dive deeper into the knowing and learn how to make those changes and grow into the person you were meant to be, designing your own lifestyle.
Knowing how to live, love, eat, be happy, be creative, be curious, to know more, and then to know how all over again. It should be a forever kind of thing, never stop evolving, learning, creating and growing. It is in the KNOWING HOW!!
Happy Taco Tuesday!!
2-3 boneless skinless chicken breasts
½ onion, thinly sliced
3 bell peppers (different colors), thinly sliced
2 tbsp olive oil
Juice of ½ lime
Garnish of choice
½ tbsp chili powder
½ tbsp ground cumin
1 tsp garlic powder
½ tsp paprika
½ tsp oregano
½ tsp himalayan salt
¼ tsp ground black pepper
In a small mixing bowl or ramekin add all the fajita seasoning and mix well.
Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat, sear the chicken breasts for about 8 minutes on each side. Remove chicken from skillet.
Place the onion and bell peppers in the same pan that you seared the chicken, cook them on medium heat about 5 minutes, stirring frequently.
While bell peppers and onions are cooking, slice or shred the chicken once cooled a bit. Add the chicken back to the skillet with onions and bell peppers and sprinkle the seasoning over the top. Stir to coat well and continue to cook until chicken is heated through.
Serve immediately with tortillas and garnish.