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Mediterranean Fajitas

Mediterranean Fajitas are heavenly. I make Mexican style fajitas fairly often, and one time while cooking, I wondered what it would be like to make them Mediterranean style. Now, Chris and I like these better than a Mexican-style fajita! I’ve made them a few times, they are easily adaptable, and they pair nicely with my homemade tzatziki!

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Tzatziki

It’s no secret that I am extremely fond of Mediterranean food.  If you check my refrigerator, you can find anywhere from 2-4 containers of hummus depending on what day of the week it is. However, hummus isn’t the only Mediterranean-style dip that makes me swoon. This little white guy is where it’s at! 100% full disclosure, I don’t actually think I tried Tzatziki until one fateful evening during my freshman year at  JMU, when I opened up my bag of Dave’s to find a little tub of herb studded white sauce to dip those fantastic chips in. SOLD. JMU Alums know what I’m talking about! But, I digress.

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