Tuesday, October 9, 2012
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Please go vote for me! I just need to get into the top 5 to win a prize package! Right now I'm in the top 9!
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
|Okay I apologize for the picture, it was the only thing that was left for me to take. My son devoured the left-overs!|
So this is an easy way to prep chicken for taco's: serve it with your favorite toppings (suggestions of tomatoes, lettuce, sour cream, etc) We had it with flour tortillas, Spanish rice, and re-fried beans.
On to the recipe: This was all put in the crock-pot on high for 2-4 hrs.
- 1lb of Chicken- sliced thin(bought it that way for Fajitas) then roughly chopped into pieces.
- 1Cup of Chicken Stock
- 1tsp of Cumin
- 1tsp of Chopped Garlic (I keep a jar in the fridge because it gives a great strong flavor)
- 1tsp of Onion Powder
- 1tsp to 1Tbsp of Chili Powder (depends on how you like your spicy-ness)
- 1tsp to 1Tbsp of Chipotle Pepper Powder (once again depends on how you like it)
- Dash of Salt (remember Chicken Stock can be salty-test the sauce first)
Put everything in crock-pot for the broth to cook it in and taste.. check the broth for the flavor you want. Then put all the meat into the Crock-pot and cook for 2-4 hrs on high. If you wanted it shredded Chicken cook on Low and pull apart with a fork. My kiddos are picky so chopped is better for our family.
Once it is cooked thoroughly, strain and place in serving platter. Even though I threw this all together for a quick dinner a few nights ago.. my 9yr old who is the pickiest eater ever-was like and I quote "Mom this is really GOOD!" & like I said I was going to have more pictures for you but I didn't even get to have seconds myself. My son bounced on it for an after school snack!
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