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chicken crock pot recipes needed
Old 01-03-2009, 04:50 PM
 
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I am not a very good cook and am looking for help. DH brought home a ton of frozen, boneless skinless chicken.

Does anyone have any easy "chicken" crock pot recipes that you can share? I like the idea of using a crock pot ~ just throw it in, go to work, come home to a dinner. Also, do you put the chicken in frozen or thawed?

Thanks in advance for your ideas and recipes.


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Someone on here posted a salsa chicken recipe that is yummy. I don't know what the exact recipe is, but I just put in boneless chicken breasts and a jar of salsa. It was delicious! I also added some rice and some water to it about an hour before it was done.

I've put the chicken in both frozen or thawed. The work day is long enough that it cooks all the way through either way.
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That recipe also had a package of taco seasoning, but I can't remember what else went in it. It was yummy!

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Yum!
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Ok, you have GOT to try this recipe! It was de-lish! Even DH, who is quite the picky eater loved it. It only has a few ingredients so it's very easy to mix up. I will tell you that I was a bit skeptical about the combination of ranch dressing and teriyaki sauce, but it was very good.

http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008...e-chicken.html

Their are a ton of recipes on this lady's blog. Her new year's resolution last year was to use her crockpot every day! Someone else here on PT had posted the link to her blog and that's how I discovered it. There are several other recipes for chicken on there also. You should check it out!
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crock-pot chicken
Old 01-03-2009, 05:12 PM
 
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This is so incredibly good (and easy!). It's very similar to the salsa chicken, but a little different.

1 can black beans (drained, rinsed)
2 cans corn (drained)
1 small can green chilies
1 cup salsa
5-6 boneless chicken breasts
1 brick cream cheese (cut into cubes)

*In Crockpot, mix beans, corn, and 1/2 cup salsa. Top with chicken, and pour the remaining salsa on top.
*Cover and cook on LOW 6-7 hours. Remove chicken and cut into small pieces or shred. Return to Crockpot.
*Add cream cheese and heat until melted.
*This is amazing served over rice or with tortilla strips!

**I also add a can of Rotel because I love tomatoes. It works fine without, though.




My mom made this all the time when we were growing up:

4-5 chicken breasts
2-3 cans cream of mushroom soup (add 1 can water per can of soup)

*Cook on low all day, and serve over rice or noodles. I also like to add some broccoli towards the end of cooking.


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yum, chicken stroganoff
Old 01-03-2009, 05:19 PM
 
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I just threw this together the other night. Quite good!
(Made a great meal the second time around too!)

1 lb chicken meat
1 can Healthy Request cream of mushroom soup
1/2 empty can filled with a good, dry white wine (or substitute with some other liquid, maybe water, broth, milk, or fat-free half and half)
1 cup non fat sour cream
1 pkg Lipton onion soup mix

Mix together and cook on high for about an hour to give the chicken a head start.
Reduce to low and cook for 4-5 hrs. Add sliced mushrooms towards the end of cooking.

Prepare 4 servings of egg noodles according to package and mix lightly into crockpot of chicken mixture.
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Thanks for the recipes & site listed so far. Please keep the ideas coming.
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Italian chicken
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Really easy...

Chicken breast
1 package of dry Italian Dressing
1 cup of water

It is SOO good. and SOOO easy. I have made it a few times. It would be great served over rice!
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salsa chicken
Old 01-03-2009, 09:20 PM
 
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I saw the recipe here on PT and have made it twice in about 3 weeks!!

This is what I did and it came out yummy!!

I made it for 2 people:
  • Put 4 frozen breasts in crockpot (low setting)
  • Add 1 pkg. taco seasoning
  • Add 1 jar salsa
  • Add 1 can cream of chicken soup (I did it one time with it and one time without....came out great with or without)
  • Let cook on low for about 3-4 hrs.
  • Add cooked rice, or serve over cooked rice.
ENJOY!!!
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