Today, as I’m getting back into the swing of things after a wonderful week-long vacation in Vail, CO with Ben and my family (recap to come), I wanted to highlight a recipe from the archives that makes frequent appearances on our dinner table.
Allow me to re-introduce Crock Pot Santa Fe Chicken!
Crock Pot Santa Fe Chicken is one of the easiest and most flavorful slow cooker recipes that I’ve found yet. Simply combine chicken breasts with corn, black beans, and tomatoes with a spicy seasoning cocktail of cumin, cilantro, garlic, onion, and cayenne pepper, cook all day, and serve atop rice with a hearty helping of cheese, fresh cilantro, sour cream, and green onions to taste. Though the components of this dish are definitely classic Tex-Mex/Southwest in nature, this seasoning cocktail definitely kicks it up a notch to give it a taste to remember. What could be better? If you find out… let me know!
So tell me… what’s a recipe repeat in your house?
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9 thoughts on “Recipe Repeat: Crock Pot Santa Fe Chicken”
I love the crock pot even in the summer. Instead of plugging it in the kitchen I plug it in on the deck so my house doesn’t get hot.
I need to make this. I still have it bookmarked from the last time you posted it!
Thanks for bringing this recipe to the forefront again again–it reminds me that I totally want to make it!! (my poor neglected crock pot needs some love)
Um, yum! This looks like a great crock pot meal!
I love that photo because it’s so colorful and show so many components of the dish! My repeat meal is definitely tacos because they’re so easy and delicious!