Crockpot Salsa Chicken

  • 1 jar of any kind of Salsa (poured over)
  • 3-6 chicken breasts

Cook on high for 4 hours or low for 6-8 hours.
It is so moist and falls apart. This tastes great with rice or noodles, or on a bun as a sandwich.

Submitted by HBHW reader Carrie Anne H

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Comments

  1. My sister gave me this recipe.

    Chicken pieces I usually use Maryland style pieces about 2 kilos
    1 tin of cream of chicken soup and equal amount of water

    put all in crockpot on low all day.
    Its lovely and serve over rice

  2. Julie Anne H Prie says:

    This is a regular at my house we often serve over rice. However, a little flavor enhancer is I add a big tablespoon of whatever jelly I have (Ya know that last little bit of peach-apricot at the bottom of the jar) it gives dinner a it more complex flavor. We also change up our salsa choices but truthfully the cheap dollar store ones have been the best!!

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