Instant Pot Chicken Fajitas
Are you looking for good Instant Pot Recipes? We love these Instant Pot Chicken Fajitas and make them ALL the time in our electric pressure cooker!
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time8 mins
Total Time23 mins
- 2 to 2.5 lbs- Chicken Tenderloins (or Chicken breasts cut into strips)
- 1 Envelope Taco Seasoning
- 1 Can Diced Tomatoes with Lime and Cilantro
- 3 Cloves Garlic- Minced (We use Freeze Dried)
- 3 Bell Peppers- Cut into Strips *See Note
- 1 Sweet Onion-Cut into Strips
- 1 Lime- Juiced
- Small tortillas
- Toppings of choice
Place Chicken Tenders in the bottom of your 6 quart electric pressure cooker and sprinkle with taco seasoning.
Top with tomatoes, garlic, peppers, onion and lime juice.
Lock lid into place and set valve to seal.
Set on Poultry setting ( or Manual on High Pressure) for 8 minutes.
Use Quick Release after cooking and serve with a slotted spoon onto tortillas, topping with garnish of choice.
- This recipe is NOT a slow cooker recipe. If you are looking for the slow cooker version of this recipe, you can find it here: Crock Pot Chicken Fajitas.
- I cut my bell pepper slices a little bit thicker than I do for the crock pot version to help them maintain a good texture. If you cut them too thin, they might fall a part.
- We have these electric pressure cooker chicken fajitas in our 6 quart Instant Pot, Crock Pot Express, 6 quart Farberware Electric Pressure Cooker, and 6.5 quart Ninja Foodi. You can make it in any 6-8 quart electric pressure cooker.
- If you are looking for more low carb recipes, you can find them here: Low Carb Recipes
- If you are looking for more electric pressure cooker recipes, you can find them here: Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes.
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- As with any of our recipes, calorie counts and nutritional information varies greatly depending on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish.
- All cooking units cook differently under different conditions, so cooking times are always a basic guideline and should always be tested first in your own electric pressure cooker and time adjusted as needed.