Balancing Val

Salsa Chicken

Posted on: November 6, 2010

On our first date night with the help of my Twitter friends, I decided to make Salsa Chicken for dinner. This is one of those super easy dinners that just taste good and have endless possibilities.

Besides a Crockpot, you will need these . . .


(chicken breast, salsa, black beans, corn)

Of course, these ingredients are interchangeable. No corn, different beans, add peppers and onions . . . Ect.

Put your chicken breast at the bottom of your crockpot (i had 4 small thin chicken breasts on hand that were thawed) and pour salsa over them. Your going to want enough to cover the chicken. They don’t have to drown in salsa, so a jar should do it.


Next, pour your beans and corn on top or whatever components you chose.


Then, turn it on low for 4-6 hours. It is finished when the chicken shreds easily with a fork. I went in and shredded up the chicken using two forks then mixing everything together. It may seem watery at first but it gets better after the shredder šŸ˜‰


Serve on top of salad, tortillas, baked potato or just eat plain by itself! It is good šŸ™‚


Yeah ummm . . . That’s it! I told you it was easy, now go make it and tell me how it was!

What is your easiest dinner recipe?

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2 Responses to "Salsa Chicken"

Yum! That looks like a great dinner.

My easiest dinner recipe? PB + banana sandwich. Takes 2 minutes which makes me a very happy girl.

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  • Ayla: My easiest dinner recipe? PB + banana sandwich. Takes 2 minutes which makes me a very happy girl.
  • kristisn: Yum! That looks like a great dinner.
  • Kate D: After two scarring experiences stuck in big city rush hour traffic (facing the wrong direction) while on vacation with my parents I totally understand

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