Dyspraxia and fajitas

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firemonkey
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Dyspraxia and fajitas

Post by firemonkey » Tue Nov 26, 2019 11:06 pm

They just don't go together . Messy,to say the least .

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Re: Dyspraxia and fajitas

Post by Tom fod » Tue Nov 26, 2019 11:14 pm

Half the right ingredients in not quite the right order
All over the place or down the front of my shirt
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Re: Dyspraxia and fajitas

Post by Xenavire » Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:08 pm

I've never eaten fajitas (I'd like to, however), but if I'm not mistaken, they share some similarities with tacos on the mess factor.

So for anyone that hates eating tacos that break, I have a life hack for you. Get normal tacos and soft (wrap style) tacos. Use a sticky sauce (I use liquid nacho cheese or sour cream, or melted cheese in a pinch) to turn the soft taco into an outer layer. Fill as normal (and keep in mind that you probably don't need extra of whatever you used to stick the layers together.)

Thanks to the protective outer layer, breakage isn't a problem, although I can't promise that filling won't fall out of the ends.

I hope this helps people enjoy tacos!

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Re: Dyspraxia and fajitas

Post by pixiewithdocs » Fri Jan 17, 2020 2:08 pm

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