Mexican Crockpot Chicken

"Easy chicken dish with a little zing!"
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Ready In:
5hrs 15mins




  • In a crockpot combine water, taco seasoning, tomato sauce and beans.
  • Place chicken (boneless or boned) on top.
  • Cover and cook approx 8 hours on LOW or 5-6 on HIGH.
  • Once fully cooked shred chicken with 2 forks.
  • Allow juices to soak into chicken threads.
  • Serve over white rice.
  • We enjoy this with a dollop of sour cream and cheese.

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  1. Erin B.
    So, as a happy accident, I added too much water for it to be stew-like so I created a soup by adding a cup of broth to it along with the water. I did not have tomato sauce so I used a large can of whole stewed tomatoes instead. OMG! It was so good. We added cheese and tortilla chips when we served it. Next time I will also add chunks of avocado. YUM!
  2. pschmiedel
    this was super good. i added an extra cup of water and a cup of rice. i used it as a filling for tortillas but i could have just eaten it solo. the family loved it!


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