19 Reviews

I love this recipe...been making it for a couple of years!! super easy, super good!! and Healthy too!!

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SD working Girl September 12, 2011

Really fast, super easy, and healthy, too. Pounded the chicken breasts first as I usually do. Served with brown rice and pan-roasted broccoli. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama August 10, 2008

This is my favorite version of a Salsa chicken!!!! Great flavor!!!

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chris_tam August 28, 2007

Not exactly what our family likes to eat. I followed the recipe exactly. I don't particuarly like a sweet spin to my chicken. It's very easy and would be wonderful for an inexperienced cook or someone looking for something very simple and easy to make. Served with mexican rice and steamed broccoli.

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hlsamples August 23, 2007

Quick, easy and delicious!!!! Thanks coconut cream!!! Made for Spring PAC 2007

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Charmie777 May 01, 2007

Great tasting chicken, & what an easy recipe to follow! My 'kick' came from mild salsa, but that's OK [we get our kicks where we can.]!! I DID double the recipe for the sauce, 'cause I like that kind of thing ALL OVER my brown rice! Thanks for the recipe!

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Sydney Mike March 30, 2007

This was fantastic! I used mild sauce, Splenda brown sugar & spicy brown mustard (not a fan of dijon!)I pan fried the chicken till it was done, then added the sauce on low heat & simmered for a few min. Tasty, easy & so delicious! Served it with some corn, salald & garlic bread. Loved the combo of flavors. Will make again for sure!

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LUVMY2BOYS February 28, 2007

If I knew how to do the real Texas 2-Step, I would be strutting my stuff down the streets of Iceland today to celebrate having this for dinner last nite. This is so easy to make & even easier to eat! I used chicken wings since breasts run between $11-$12/lb & I do not go there! I admit I was a skeptic about the combo of flavors, but it was wonderful & these wings would make great Super Bowl party fare - a little messy to eat, but the plate would be clean when everyone goes home! Thx for sharing this keeper w/us. Yum! (Shhh - Can it be our little secret I sopped up the sauce w/bread in the kitchen after dinner? Shhh)

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twissis January 13, 2007

My husband and I love this recipe. Very easy and tasty. I always cover my dish with foil to keep chicken extra moist. I also like to serve this over egg noodles, or with egg noodles on the side with butter and cracked pepper.

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Amy in Kansas December 25, 2006

This was the best chicken I've had in a long time. Followed the recipe exactly, except the chicken comes out best in my particular oven at 350 degrees for 32 minutes. I served over white rice with broccoli and cheese on the side. We will defintely be having this recipe at least 1-2 times per month.

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lmpmn May 20, 2006
Texas Two-Step Chicken Picante