Discussion in 'Recipes' started by radgirl, Oct 18, 2006.
I did boneless, skinless
Cool! Thanks Meadows. Will try it.
Did you add the tomatoes and broth while it was cooking or after? How big is a can? (I know nothing about cooking)
I dumped it all in the crock pot, I cut the breasts in half. The can of maters was 28oz and the broth was 14oz. I cooked it all on high for about 3.5 hours and checked to make sure the chicken was done.
You could use less maters and broth, it comes out almost in a stew consistency the way I made it.
I also didn't do the food processor stuff, I just stirred everything up really well.
Did you use the crystalized ginger? Is that kind of sweet?
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 packet chicken fajita seasoning
1 14.5 oz can Ro-tel tomatoes
1 c sour cream (optional)
Spray Pam inside the crock-pot (just to make it easier to clean up afterwards). Place the chicken breasts in the bottom, pour the seasoning packet over, then the Ro-tel can including the juice. Let cook 7 ish hours on low. Just before serving, shred the chicken with two forks. If you want (and your macros allow) stir in 1 c sour cream. Super easy and very good.
I couldn't find anything that said crystalized so I just used ground, I don't think there is enough in it to really make it sweet. I bet you could just leave it out if your gonna use the maters like I did.
I do this too, only just plain taco seasoning, and no sour cream, but a little fat free shredded cheese on top once it's served. Very good!
I wonder if this would work with oatmeal instead of crackers.
I do this as well only I throw in a bag of frozen sliced peppers and onions..yummy.
Bought a new slow cooker today, so I'm bumping this thread for ideas.
I have done the following:
chili (with ground turkey)
chicken breast with variety of seasonings
pork tenderloin with variety of seasonings
amy's crock pot chicken
this is a year work of recipes......
Not all on plan but one can easily modify.
Ooh, and looks like they're all gluten free!
Thanks so much braun for such a great list. I went through tons of them and found some great recipes and especially on the second site on your list http://www.a-crock-cook.com/
Tried this yesterday. It is delicious. Love it.