Crockpot Chicken Quesadillas

Crockpot Chicken Quesadillas created by anniesnomsblog

Nothing is better than coming home and having your dinner practically waiting for you! This chicken could also be used on nachos, in tacos, or in some sort of Mexican casserole. It is moist and delicious and literally falls apart in the crock pot. I found this recipe posted by a Molly Day on another cooking site. Enjoy!

Ready In:
6hrs 10mins
Serves:
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ingredients

  • 1 lb frozen boneless, skinless, chicken breast
  • 1 cup salsa
  • 1 cup corn
  • 8 large soft tortillas
  • 8 -12 ounces mexican cheese, blend. shredded
  • 1 (1 1/4 ounce) package taco seasoning, packet
  • Optional Condiments

  • sour cream, guacamole, tomatoes

directions

  • Combine chicken, salsa, corn, and taco seasoning in a crock pot. Cook on low for 6-8 hours. Before serving, shred chicken with a fork.
  • Spray a skillet with cooking spray and add a tortilla. On half, add chicken mixture. Top with cheese. Fold tortilla over and let brown. After 1 minute, flip to other side.
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"Nothing is better than coming home and having your dinner practically waiting for you! This chicken could also be used on nachos, in tacos, or in some sort of Mexican casserole. It is moist and delicious and literally falls apart in the crock pot. I found this recipe posted by a Molly Day on another cooking site. Enjoy!"
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  1. Karen V.
    Truly yummy - used 3 fresh chicken breasts with bones (for flavor) - 1 jar salsa 1 pkg taco seasoning added 1/2 cup broth for more liquid at end of cooking- served with roasted peppers, onions. a definite crowd pleaser.
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  2. Stephanie W.
    would this be frozen or canned corn?
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  3. Stephanie W.
    would you use frozen or canned corn?
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  4. beckywiddig
    I would rate myself as a pretty poor cook. However, not even I could screw this one up! I made exactly as directed and it was fabulous! Also made once with chicken that wasn’t frozen so obviously it didn’t take long at all to cook up. So easy and so delicious. Husband loved. Leftovers also great and cleanup a breeze. Can’t thank you enough for sharing!!
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  5. Will D.
    The chicken breast goes into the crock pot frozen?
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