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how much fajita seasoning to use?

suzeqz | Mar 22, 201201:19 PM

I've got fajita seasoning, homemade and store-bought, and more recipes for same. Problem is, once it's made up, I've no idea how much to use. A teaspoon? A tablespoon? A half a cup or so? I've got chicken tenderloins in the freezer and bell peppers in the garden and I'm wanting fajitas, but I do NOT want to overdo the seasoning. My store-bought is Trade East Mequite Herb Fajita Seasoning and even their website has no recipes or guidelines. The fajita recipes that I've found call for specific amounts of seasonings for a single meal, but I've got a jar of homemade, too, with no idea how to use that! Any ideas, please? And I'm open to marinades, etc. Somebody mentioned kumquats on another thread, and I've got puree in the freezer. As long as it's got seasoning mix in it, I'm up for it! Thanks!

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