By Deeli from Richland, WA
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This is a crockpot version of the classic Filipino dish. Recipe will feed 6-8 or leave lots of leftovers for a family of 4.
I'm a bachelor and this is a quick way to have three or more meals fast. What you need depends on what you want to make.
Toss it in the crockpot in the morning, in the evening fix some rice and some stir fried veggies and you have an easy, nutritious meal. Who needs the takeout joint around the corner?
An all in one dish. Use enough salsa to cover bottom of crockpot. Next add tomatoes (used my own home made). Sprinkle in the herbs, lime juice and hot sauce. Add the chicken last.
Easy slow cooker chicken that will be juicy! Perfect to make when you have a busy schedule. You can use this chicken with noodles or have the meat ready to shred for tacos, a sandwich or to eat with rice.
This is a wonderful throw it together dinner! Makes the chicken moist and the soup a gourmet topping! Serve with rolls and a salad, Presto! Your company will think you have cooked all day!
This is the simplest crockpot recipe ever. Great for those busy days or for a kid just learning to cook. Simply adjust the amounts for the size of your family.
Place chicken seasoned with salt, pepper and coriander or cumin in a crock pot set on low. Top with 1/2 jar salsa. Add corn. About 1 hour prior to serving add the remaining salsa and one can drained black beans, stir and allow to heat.
Very little prep time and really tasty. The chicken is cooked without the skin, so it is healthy as well.
Easy crockpot chicken. Something I came up with to change it up.
This is delicious shredded chicken, ready for tacos and/or burritos
A friend introduced me to this crockpot recipe and it works beautifully.
Easy, can start this early and walk away. No fuss!
This a crockpot Weight Watchers PointsPlus recipe (5 Points+). It's so delicious and easy to make. Portabello mushrooms and chicken with a mustard cream sauce!
Place chicken in crockpot. Top with tomatoes, onion, and garlic. Combine broth, bay leaf, salt, thyme and pepper.
Rinse partially thawed chicken breasts and pat dry. Place in the bottom of the crockpot.
Inside crockpot, spray with pam cooking spray, lightly. Put 3-4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts on the bottom of the crockpot. Put a dab of butter on each chicken piece. Then over the butter, sprinkle garlic salt on each.
Place the chicken breast halves in the crock pot. Combine the Italian dressing mix and water until smooth; pour over top of chicken. Cover and cook on low for 3 hours.