Here he is taste testing-
Chicken, peppers, onions and spices-
These are the homemade refried beans. This isn't a really great picture, but it is all I have. These were so easy I couldn't believe it. My sister has been telling me how easy these are for a long time but I thought it would be a lot more complex than it really was. I soaked the beans overnight, drained the water and refilled, then started them in the crockpot for the day. Then when it was time to make dinner I drained the liquid off saving about two cups of it and then put the beans in a large frying pan. I added a cup of the bean liquid, 1/2 cup of milk, salt and pepper, lime and chilli seasoning, and then I mashed them with a potato masher. They were great!
Kids having appetizers. Zingy salsa with chips and guacomole with chips.
We put the fajita mixture on warm tortilla's and topped with guacamole. We left out the sour cream and cheese for health reasons but they weren't missed.
This meal took more than 30 minutes as well-darn! It took about an hour but that includes the time that it took for dad to get home and grill the chicken.