February 22, 2007
Slow Cooker Thursday - Sante Fe Chicken

Santa Fe Chicken

4 to 6 breasts of chicken (boneless/skinless)
1 can of corn drained
1 can of black beans drained
1 jar of salsa
1 8 oz. package cream cheese
1 package flour tortillas (or make your own!)
Place chicken in crockpot, along with beans and corn. Add salsa.
Cook on high (time depends on individual crockpot but for us about 4 hours).
30 minutes prior to serving add cubed cream cheese and stir, and turn to low setting.
I am making this recipe today -- it is cooking as I type. I have heard great things about it, so thought I would give it a shot. I also put the breast in frozen. I am not a SAHM so I put it on low before I left the house.
I also have a pot of Brown Rice soaking to make with it.
I will definitely post what we thought about it.
Notes from recipe: The chicken turns out SO tender that it just shreds with a fork. Add spoonfuls of the mix to a flour tortilla. We add rice as well. I like cheddar in mine too. VERY yummy!
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***EDITED: This came out great. My kids loved it. And I made Brown Rice (I made it soaking it first with a T. of yogurt for 7 hours. I think we can officially switch to brown rice. Josh ate it without saying it was gross! LOL! I will definitely make this recipe again. I also tried my hand at making tortillas. The dough was easy -- rolling it slightly more difficult. Needless to say they didn't come out perfectly round, but they sure tasted good. I used the recipe of another blogger -- I will link it if any one wants it. ***

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8 comments:

Anonymous Michelle said...

That does sound yummy. I'll have to print the recipe and give it a try. :)

Blogger Ribbon Rock Star said...

Sounds great!

Linda

Blogger mjpuzzlemom said...

This is a favorite at our house!

Blogger Melissa said...

Yummy! We love tex-mex style food at our house, so this one will go over great!

Blogger Eagles Wings said...

that sounds good to! hmmm...so many recipes so little time.
Thanks

Blogger Rona's Home Page said...

It's amazing what one can do with chicken.

Blogger annie said...

I made this a week or two ago. My husband loved it.
blessings~
Annie

Blogger Sandra said...

Goodness this sounds delicious....thank you so much :)

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