On Thursdays, the kids have been taking clogging lessons.
It is great for developing coordination and is a good work out too! I haven’t been able to join them because of my hip pain & surgery. But now that I am recovered it is time to try something new! The only problem is that when I get home I am SO tired from the lesson that I don’t want to fix supper.
So my answer to this problem is to get out my crockpot! She works so well to feed my family! Last week we tried a new recipe & it is a keeper! So next time you need a simple meal that is filling & ready to go when you walk in the door make this one or check out some of my favorite crockpot recipes!
Crockpot Mexican Chicken
3 boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut in to strips
2 T flour
2 T taco seasoning mix, homemade or store packet
1 green & 1 red pepper(or any color you have)
1 cup frozen corn, or 1 can corn, drained
2 cups salsa
Pour 1 cup salsa in the bottom of a medium crockpot. Mix flour & taco seasoning. Coat each strip with flour mixture. Place each chicken strip in crockpot, and add the peppers and corn. Top with remaining salsa. Cover and cook on low for 6 hours.
Feeds 6-8 people. We love to have this over brown rice with chips & sour cream. You could also add beans &/or shredded cheese to stretch it further.