Chicken Fajita Pie
Although it's slightly higher in calories than some of the other dishes in this book, this recipe is worth the indulgence every now and again. It is still lower in calories than a standard dish that uses a cheese sauce, and the smart ingredient swaps make this occasional treat worthwhile.
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This is a SUPER adaptable recipe and would work with whatever veg you've got in the fridge.
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ScottybSunday 13th November 2022
Can this be frozen, would like to add it to my batch cooking repertoire
SharonMonday 14th November 2022
Hi Scotty, yes, our Chicken Fajita Pie is suitable for freezing so it’s perfect for batch cooking. Enjoy the recipe!
Morgan GrovesWednesday 8th June 2022
Hi, I am wanting to make this tomorrow for me and my boyfriend but as it serves 4 we will want to keep some to reheat. Are we able to reheat this and, if so, how would you recommend reheating this? Thank you.
HollyFriday 10th June 2022
Hey Morgan, yes you can reheat from chilled: place in a microwave proof container with loosely fitting lid and heat for 4-7 minutes until piping hot. Hope that helps!
JennyMonday 2nd May 2022
Making this tonight, could you place a wrap on the bottom first?
HollyTuesday 3rd May 2022
Hey Jenny, yes you could place a wrap into the base of the tin first just make sure you line with a circle of parchment to make it easier to remove. Hope that helps!
Amy MorrisThursday 10th February 2022
Just made this for the first time and it was absolutely delicious but the only issue I have is that the greaseproof paper went soggy and ripped when trying to cut it up. This obviously made it difficult to remove. Do you have any advice?
SharonFriday 11th February 2022
Hi Amy, you need to line the tin with baking parchment (see step 1) rather than greaseproof paper. Baking parchment is moisture resistant and non-stick so won’t become soggy and rip like greaseproof paper.Hope this helps.
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