When you're out to eat, there's something magical about a sizzling skillet of fajitas landing on your table. The novelty of assembling your own dinner — rolling the seasoned meat and veggies into warm tortillas, and topping them with sour cream and guacamole — also adds to the fun.
But what about making fajitas at home? Instead of standing over the stove, throw everything in a pan and let it all roast in the oven.
Seriously — all you do is fill a 9x13-inch baking dish with sliced onion; red and green bell pepper; and boneless, skinless chicken breast. Then you drizzle on some olive oil and sprinkle on some taco seasoning. After roasting for about 30 minutes, pull the dish out of the oven and squeeze fresh lime juice over everything.
Serve with tortillas and your favorite fajita toppings, and let everyone assemble their own.
→ Get the Recipe: Oven-Roasted Fajitas from Rachel Schultz