((Please Ignore the Shoddy Cell Phone Photos, I Misplaced My Camera))
I promise, this is something you won't regret making, it is cost efficient, the kids will love it (well, mine do and they are super picky eaters), and it's super easy to make!! I found the salsa chicken recipe on Sparkpeople some years ago, and wanted to share my version with my readers. :))
WHAT TO BUY:
* 3 chicken breast (boneless/skinless)
* Cooking spray
* 1 packet of taco seasoning
* Chunky Salsa (I get the Great Value Wal Mart brand)
* 1 can of black beans
* 1 can of kidney beans
* 1 can of reduced fat cream of mushroom soup
* Sour Cream
* Flour tortillas
* Shredded cheese of choice
(Below: This is what the mixture will look like)
HOW TO PREPARE:
Get out your crock pot, and LIGHTLY spray with cooking spray.
*Rinse and lay chicken breast in crock pot.
* Sprinkle packet of taco seasoning DIRECTLY on top of chicken breasts
* Pour 1 and a half cups of salsa directly on top of that
* Add cream of mushroom soup *smaller can* on top of that mixture
* drain and rinse both black and kidney beans and add to pot
COVER and COOK AS FOLLOWS:
FOR FROZEN breast, start on high for 4 hours (to ensure you're killing bacteria and cooking fully) then switch to low for 8 hours (but you can end at 4 hours into the low process, or go the full 8 hours).
FOR THAWED breast, cook on high for 6 hours or low for 8-10 hours.
**ONCE CHICKEN IS DONE COOKING**
Take a large spoon and stab at the chicken to shred it up finely
Next add 3-4 TABLESPOONS of sour cream (your preference) and mix well.
YOU can serve this on rice, or pasta, or as tacos, I however prefer to use it on a quesadilla, and here is how you do that:
Spray a frying pan LIGHTLY with cooking spray, add one flour tortilla, then shredded cheese, and a generous amount of the salsa chicken mixture, top with the remaining flour tortilla shell and then flip to crisp other side.
(Below: My daughter LOVES these)
Cut into fours and serve with sour cream, salsa or guacamole.
I PROMISE this is so delicious you will NOT regret trying this recipe :)) I'd venture to say it far surpasses most restaurant's quesadillas :))