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Slow Cooker Recipe: Crock-Pot Chicken Enchiladas

It’s time to start this fun series up again! This week’s slow cooker recipe is from Tabitha at Saving Toward A Better Life. You can add a little extra spice like Paprika Pepper to kick up the flavor or enjoy as is for a great homemade meal!

Crock-Pot Chicken Enchiladas

Slow-Cooker-Recipe-Crock-Pot-Chicken-EnchiladasIngredients

  • Chicken Breasts or Tenderloins
  • Can or Rotel Tomatoes
  • Can of Old El Paso Enchilada Sauce
  • Flour Tortillas (or wheat)
  • Shredded Cheese (I use Mexican Blend)
  • Sour Cream
  • Green Onions

Directions

  1. Put Chicken, Rotel, and Enchilada Sauce in crock-pot. Cook on Low 6 hours or High 3-4 hours.
  2. Shred chicken in crock-pot.
  3. Using a slotted spoon, scoop chicken (draining off as much sauce as possible) in to tortillas and roll up.
  4. Pour sauce over enchiladas and top with sour cream, cheese and green onions.

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24 thoughts on “Slow Cooker Recipe: Crock-Pot Chicken Enchiladas

  1. tstasko

    I just made a whole chicken and have lots of leftovers to use.  It doesn’t say how much of each ingredient to use so I guess I’ll just wing it

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  2. BillElliott1

    This looks like a great recipe. I never knoew you could make this in a crock pot
    before. We just got a new one for Christmas so we will have to try this out soon.
    Thank you for the recipe

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  3. Kathy Idol

    Looks like this would be a winner with my gang. Going to make this. Will let you know how they liked it. Thanks for sharing,

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  4. NenaSinclair

    I made these for dinner yesterday and they’re absolutely delicious! My kids are asking when can I make them again!

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      1. NenaSinclair

        @Mama-Jen  @NenaSinclair I made these again yesterday because my kids love them so much, but instead of chicken, I used leftover turkey and they were absolutely yummy! My kids can’t get enough! It’s already become a very well used recipe in my household!

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        1. Mama-Jen

          @NenaSinclair Wow that is wonderful! I will have to give them a try with turkey too. Sounds like a great idea! I think turkey soaks in flavors so much better than chicken so I can imagine this dish tastes great with turkey!

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    1. Mama-Jen

      @jlcaldwe You know, you could try it! You would probably need 2 of the bigger cans I’m guessing. And it definitely wouldn’t need to cook as long.. maybe 3 hours on low.

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  5. MaryDiehl

    Hi Jenny, I’m a coffee addict also, lol. This is a great recipe for me to give my daughter, she loves these and it will be easy for her to learn to make them in a crock pot. thank you

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  6. fragrancewaxfriends

    Ohman, this looks amazing. I think I may try it over my kids favorites (fried corn tortillas left open). I bet they will love it.

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