It’s always fun to come up with new creative dishes in our Pressure cookers. Today I am sharing how to make a Fajita pie in the Pressure cooker.

Make a Fajita pie in the Pressure cooker

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Make a Fajita pie

Mexican fajita pie in the Instant Pot

See printable recipe down below

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in the Pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Fajita Pie

Total Time 35 mins
Servings 4


  • 1 LB Ground Chicken
  • 15.5 Oz Can Refried Beans
  • 12 OZ Chopped Bell Peppers and Onions
  • 1 Packet Fajita Sauce
  • 1 Bag Mexican Blended Cheese

To Serve

  • Salsa
  • Wheat or Flour Tortillas


  • First lightly drizzle the bottom of your inner pot with olive oil.
  • Saute your ground chicken adding in just a little fajita sauce.
  • Remove ground chicken and set aside.
  • No need to clean your inner pot. You may have to add more olive oil for sauteing your peppers and onions. Saute on high and get lightly brown. Remove from Pot and set aside.
  • Turn on your pot to saute and start heating up.
  • Foil the bottom of your pan to catch any excess liquids.
  • Next starting with one layer of flour tortilla on the bottom of your lightly sprayed pan, spread a thin layer of refried beans, top beans with peppers and onions, spreading evenly, add chicken on top, spread evenly, lightly add a little more fajita sauce and salsa.
  • Top with cheese evenly.
  • Next, grab another flour tortilla and repeat the same process. Being sure in between you flatten your tortilla's.
  • Place your pan on a trivet. If you do not have one you may make a home made one using foil and creating a sling to easily lower your pan down.
  • Add a cup of water to the pot. Set your pot to 15-17 minutes on High Pressure manual.
  • Once time is up, do a Quick release. Remove pan and let cool for at least 5 minutes before releasing the sling.
  • Slice and serve with your favorite toppings. Lettuce, sour cream, olives, etc. ENJOY!!~