Today I'm going to share one of my favorite Mexican recipes. Wait... it gets better, it takes 5-10 minutes to prepare.... it still gets better.... you make it in the crock pot. (Click here to feast your eyes on the best crock pot ever)
Here is what you'll need:
Ok, here is where it gets super easy. If you do not have time to chop peppers and onions, you can substitute a bag of frozen fajita veggies.
Grease your crock pot, if you want, and throw in two, large frozen chicken breasts.
Chop your peppers and onions (or not if your using the frozen kind). Dump peppers and onions in the pot.
Throw in your Rotel, can of chiles, taco seasoning, and garlic. (I use the crushed garlic in a jar from Trader Joe's. So much easier than chopping garlic, and it has a nice, strong flavor.)
Cover, turn on high and cook for 4 hours or low for 6-8. Add paprika to taste during cooking.
Before serving, shred the chicken with two forks. Your yummy fajita filling will end up looking like this:
I also make the rice that you can microwave in the bag in 90 seconds. I mix all of that shiz together, and it is heaven in my mouth.
I like to serve these with chia seed tortillas from Trader Joe's, greek yogurt instead of sour cream (it tastes the same), and some shredded cheese.
What are some of your embarrassingly easy recipes?