South of the Border Crock Pot Chicken

South of the Border Crock Pot Chicken created by CulinaryExplorer

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8hrs 10mins
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  • Heat garlic in olive oil.
  • Place chicken in the bottom of your slow cooker.
  • Pour garlic oil into slow cooker.
  • Add remaining ingredients.
  • Cover and cook on low for 8 hours.
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  1. CulinaryExplorer
    South of the Border Crock Pot Chicken Created by CulinaryExplorer
  2. CulinaryExplorer
    This is DELICIOUS! We shredded the chicken and served it with rice and corn and together they made a fabulous meal. We used Jose Cuervo Lime for the tequila and I really think it was perfect for this. We also topped this with a bit of fresh cilantro. We also used all boneless skinless chicken breasts for this and they were done around an hour or so earlier. I also used sunny D as the orange juice since I had some on hand. PERFECT!
  3. Carianne
    This turned out delicious. i used boneless skinless chicken breasts. this will go in my favorites file--very easy and yummy!
  4. Cher Jewhurst
    Made this recipe exactly as directed last Sunday and followed a review suggestion of using broth for the rice. The rice turned out terrible! NEVER before has jasmine rice so disappointed me so I wouldn't recommend that part at all. The chicken itself was pretty good (though quite hot for those who don't like their food burning their tongues) but hubby was quite ambivalent about it anyway. "It's okay" said he with a shrug. Never one to be chinzy about rave reviews, he did not give this a "keeper" rating and I probably won't make this one again.
  5. Amanda Harper
    This dish was absolutely delicious. I made this with Green Chili Rice (#28755) and refried beans. The family loved it. Next time I’m going to try using the sauce as a marinade and injecting it in a whole chicken and then roasting the chicken. It should be tantalizing either way!
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