Mexican Salsa Chicken

I got this recipe from my sister about 15yrs ago...my sister doesn't really love to cook & doesn't try a lot of new or 'different' dishes, and follows a recipe to the 'T'..unlike myself.....originally it was made in a crock pot and then baked. But I found the 2 step process to be to time consuming as well as creating more dirty dishes (ugh)...I have changed it up a bit to my familys tastes ....I serve with rice and corn and a nice tossed salad. enjoy :)

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1hr 10mins
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  • place chicken thighs in a single layer in a casserole dish and sprinkle chopped onions over top. pour salsa over thighs.
  • Cover and cook at 350 for 1 hour or until thighs are fully cooked.
  • Uncover, add grated cheese and olives and broil until cheese melts and turns golden brown.
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"I got this recipe from my sister about 15yrs ago...my sister doesn't really love to cook & doesn't try a lot of new or 'different' dishes, and follows a recipe to the 'T'..unlike myself.....originally it was made in a crock pot and then baked. But I found the 2 step process to be to time consuming as well as creating more dirty dishes (ugh)...I have changed it up a bit to my familys tastes ....I serve with rice and corn and a nice tossed salad. enjoy :)"
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  1. Snowpeas
    This is soooo easy and soooo delicioso! It will be a mainstay at our house now. All I can say is Yum! Thanks for posting!!!
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  2. shelleyducharme
    I got this recipe from my sister about 15yrs ago...my sister doesn't really love to cook & doesn't try a lot of new or 'different' dishes, and follows a recipe to the 'T'..unlike myself.....originally it was made in a crock pot and then baked. But I found the 2 step process to be to time consuming as well as creating more dirty dishes (ugh)...I have changed it up a bit to my familys tastes ....I serve with rice and corn and a nice tossed salad. enjoy :)
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