Spicy Crock Pot Chicken

"We love this on a cold winter night. My kids like to add cheese and sour cream to the end result."
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Ready In:
8hrs 15mins




  • Cook chicken pieces until browned in skillet. Remove and drain.
  • Place onion, garlic and jalapeño pepper in skillet and sauté until slightly cooked.
  • Add all ingredients to stoneware and stir to combine. Add hominy in the last hour. Cover cook on Low 7 to 9 hours or on High 3 to 4 hours.
  • Serve with flour tortillas.

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  1. Loved the hominy in this dish!! DH does not like spicy food but he had two of these. I need to double this next time so there will be leftovers. Very good and I'll make it again. I made this back in Oct 2007 and found the review as I'm cleaning out my recipe notes...8 pages!
  2. My family really enjoyed this recipe! I left the jalepeno out and served it with cheese and home made corn tortillas. My picky five year old son even liked it! Thanks so much! We'll be making this again!


I am a homeschooling mother of 8. We have chickens, goats and emus, as well as a year round veggie garden. My children help me cook most of the time, so I tend to look for recipes that are kid friendly and don't take a ton of time to prep. We are a mostly Feingold/Organic family and my main focus is good for you foods, but easy to make with a flair or twist. I experiment a lot with known recipes and I have come up with some amazing ones over the years and love to share with others. My ultimate cake right now is the german chocolate carob cake. My goal in life was to find the perfect sticky toffee pudding recipe. I have now found it in Carol's Sticky Toffee Pudding. This is the most amazing dessert (next to my carob cake) I've ever tasted.
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