5 Reviews

This is very tasty with just enough spice that most will tolerate with no problem. However, I wanted it a bit more spicy, so I topped it with some fresh cilantro and some diced tomato. On the second helping, I cut up the tortilla into pieces and served it in a bowl, more like a stew. Josh topped his with sour cream. We were both very satisfied with this recipe and will definitely make again. It has lots of potential for "playing" around with the ingredients.

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Jill77 December 11, 2002

Wonderful! My dh loved this and so did I. He was hoping it would be too spicy for me so he could take it all with him to work. Thanks!

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mandikaake March 24, 2004

This was pretty tasty! I used a 15 oz. can of tomatoes and a 7 oz. can of green chiles, otherwise followed exactly.

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hepcat1 January 08, 2007

I used ground beef instead of chicken to make it more of a dip, this will be a hit at football parties!

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jamielynn8 October 31, 2006

My whole family loved it! I actually got started too late for the crockpot, so "fudged" it and used the oven. I cut up the corn tortillas and layered them with the mixture and cheese. Was great as a casserole! Thanks!

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April4 January 15, 2005
El Rancho Chicken Crock Pot