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Very good-- the whole family ate it-- even DH who isn't a big fan of salsa. I actually prepared it as a "dump" recipe and froze a few weeks ago. I thawed and cooked in the slow cooker. Then, DH came home and said "let's go out for dinner"-- so into the fridge it went for 2 days, then heated in the oven and served with penne. The sauce is quite tasty and I love the low fat content!

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didyb August 24, 2009

This is so good and so simple, has everything to make a great recipe. I did do a few changes but that's another thing that makes this recipe good - it's versatility, adjust for taste! First I used boneless thighs as that's all I had then browned the chicken before placing the crock. Then in the Sauce instead of 2 cups of salsa (didn't have that much) I used 1 cup and added 1 cup of enchillada sauce I had left over, also added 1 teaspoon of crushed garlic. Then cooked as directed. It was so good and the house smelled wonderful while it was cooking. It got a BIG compliment when DH don't loose this recipe.

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Bonnie G #2 May 14, 2014

This was delicious! I cut the recipe in half and I probably will use less salsa next time. It was a little overpowering. I'll definitely make this one again!!

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nemokitty September 19, 2010

This was a nice tasty change. Great for low calorie, diabetic diet. I can't have rice so we used some noodles. But would be good by itself. I just put frozen boneless skinless chicken tenders in slow cooker and by dinner time it was done. Served with some green beans. Will make this again. Thanks!

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Su Chef August 21, 2009

We really enjoyed! I just threw mine in frozen and let the crock pot do its thing! The chicken was tender and juicy and the sauce was so good!

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CulinaryGourmetQueen April 25, 2009

Good recipe. No need to thaw the chicken. Just throw it in the CP and you have a good meal.

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Ck2plz December 13, 2008

I also made this as a dump recipe and just threw it into the crockpot frozen. This made great chicken tacos the next day with the leftover meat.

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boys4christine October 08, 2008

I had this for dinner last night with rice and a side of corn. I used the garden salsa that had black olives and corn in it and it was very good. I didn't even thaw the breasts and it came out juicy and tender. Thank you for the recipe. Wonderful for a busy week night!

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keen5 March 13, 2008

Wonderful and so easy! I served this with red beans and rice and it complimented quite nicely.

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JenniferK2 December 04, 2007
Crazy Chicken