Simple to Make Crock Pot Salsa Chicken.
This crock pot salsa chicken recipe could not be easier to make. Super tasty with the addition of one of my new favorite salsas, but the dish tastes like you spent hours making it. Which you did, except that you can do other things while it is simmering in the crock pot! Go, crock pot recipes!!
This recipe is so versatile. It is all done in the crock pot with just a few ingredients and then assembled later in the day into tacos, burritos, or even a salad. The sky is the limit on what you can use for toppings for the tacos, burritos or other wrapped dishes. Avocados, tomatoes, greens, cheese, sour cream all work well.
I don’t think I have ever made a recipe that is so ridiculously simple to do. Just place the chicken first, layer with the salsa, season with the spices and cook on low for 4 hours, then shred and assemble later.
Once the chicken has cooked it is really tender and easy to shred with a couple of forks.
The mix is so versatile. You can put it on tortillas or burrito wrappers and add some salad and sour cream.
It makes the best tasting tacos ever!
And if you plan to use the mixture on a salad you can can add fruit such as oranges, apples or mangoes. All compliment the spice from the salsa.
I chose the Serrano salsa because I like a spicy salsa that is not too hot. This one from Salsa crazy is perfect. My husband loves it and he likes hot salsa, and I adore it and I like salsa more on the mild side. I don’t know how they managed to combine their spices to make it fit us both, but they sure did.
Now, off to do something else while I wait for this to cook as it fills my home with a delicious aroma! Recipe adapted from one that I found on Skinny Taste.
Recipe adapted from one that I found on Skinny Taste.