Delish! I made a few small changes. I added black beans and omitted the green pepper. I also did not have any salsa so I used a can of diced tomatoes and added Mexican seasoning (cumin, garlic, onion powder). We ate them in tortillas. Definite crowd pleaser.
This is always a hit at my house. I serve it over rice, then eat the leftovers with tortillas. I find it only needs to cook about 3-4 hours on low. Any longer than that and it starts to burn around the edges of the crock pot.
As written, I'd have to give this only three stars, mostly because 3 hours on high is going to reduce cut up chicken breast to dry, tasteless mush. I substituted bone in skinless thighs, and they were just falling apart at the 3 hour mark. Once the cooking was over, I took the meat off of the bones, shredded it, and added back to the pot. I only had 1 cup of salsa, which was fortunate, as I thought there was a bit too much liquid when the cooking was done. I added a can of drained pinto beans at the end, just to thicken things up a bit and add a bit more substance. I also added a teaspoon or so of ground cumin to add a bit of smokey flavor. This was great over chipotle rice, and would also be good as enchilada or burrito filling. Thanks for sharing!
Sooooo let's just say I would have submitted a picture had there been something to take a picture of. The family literally annihilated this tasty dish from the moment I lifted the crockpot lid. There were no leftovers. A definite new favorite and keeper! Thanks for a great recipe!
My husband and I ate this over tortilla chips with some cheese and sour cream. It was good however we were expecting more of a meal not a dip or nacho topper. I do plan to make this again. I think it will be great for super bowl parties. Thanks!
We just finished having this for supper and everyone raved about it. I omitted the red peppers though, only because the ones I had on hand were spoiled and I also had no cheese, but for sure, next time I cook this I will have the cheese and red pepper. Thanks for sharing!
Super easy to make! We wrapped it in tortillas like fajitas and absolutely loved this recipe!
Very easy to prepare and my DH thought it "slid down easy". Thanks for sharing.
I made this for our friends while they hosted us on vacation. All 6 kids loved this recipe, and the adults all enjoyed it. I doubled the recipe, and added an onion to feed all 10 of us, and it still worked very well. The veggies turned out crisp tender, not mushy and the left-overs worked very well as a fajita-like filling in tortillas