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this receipe was simple and incredibley delicious. As mentioned before, just start in the morning and when you get home you have perfectly cooked and seasoned chicked. Great for enchiladas, burritos, taocs, what ever!! Try it! Vicky

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Victoria October 09, 2001

This is an easy and very good basic recipe. I added some minced garlic and cayenne. I served this with soft tortillas for soft tacos and hard shells as well. Just added a variety of toppings--lettuce, cheese, onion, olives, tomato, etc... Wonderful. Thanks ;)

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ratherbeswimmin' September 12, 2002

This is fantastic. It is great to start this before going to work. When you walk into your kitchen, it is as though someone has been cooking in your kitchen all day. My family loved this recipe. I doubled it and had enough to put in the freezer for a quick meal.

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Mary Duffy April 09, 2001

Very easy & smells wonderful. I served it in a soft tortilla shell with all the fixings; with a side of Lipton Spanish Rice. I also used Old El' Paso Low Sodium Taco Seasoning & it still tasted great.

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TheDancingCook December 15, 2001

Delicious and easy. Versatile recipe that can be used for many dishes. Thank you for sharing.

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Amber of AZ November 06, 2001

I will never make chicken taco meat any other way! Tried this gem out last night and everyone raved that it was like chicken from a Mexican restaurant. I used Taco Bell seasoning packets and added a can of Rotel tomatoes and chilis w/cilantro and lime (although I'm sure another can wouldn't hurt). Next time I may put in some garlic and onion. I set the crockpot for 8hrs and after 5hrs I shredded the chicken, placing it back into the crockpot to finish cooking. The chicken was so tender it was literally falling apart as I tried to pick it up. SOOOO TASTY AND PERFECTLY COOKED!!!!!

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Old Bean February 04, 2011

This recipe has become a household staple, and in the course of preparing it, I discovered Crock Pot Liners. I've now found that I can take two crock pot liners, and in one liner bag I can make this taco recipe, and in the other bag I can make Easy and Tasty BBQ Chicken in the Crock Pot(Recipe 95569) and cook them in the same large crock pot. If cooked on high, it only takes me about 4 to 5 hours, and I stop to switch the bags around half way through the cooking so the chicken breasts cook evenly. Within 5 hours I have two delicious and easy meals, great for entertaining..or for days when I'm just too lazy to cook!

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LadyKatarina January 17, 2008

This could be made ahead and frozen in small packets for people like me who live alone and need to pull something together fast.

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eboyd June 25, 2001

This is a WONDERFUL recipe! Also good on nacho's and in chili!

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jwobwenk February 06, 2003

Fantastic. I used frozen chicken breasts and put them in frozen. I turned them once or twice as the liquid didn't quite cover. I had them on high for the first two or three hours to compensate for the frozen chicken. They are DELICIOUS!

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amygamet January 31, 2010
Crock Pot Chicken Taco Meat