Easy Recipes: Creamy Crockpot Chicken Tacos

I love Tex-Mex food.

I love using my crockpot- especially in the summertime when it is 103 degrees in Texas.

I love throwing chicken in the crockpot frozen. It is empowering. Make sure you check out all of my easy recipes for more meal planning ideas.

This is an excellent dump and go recipe.

If you do not have Sazon and Adobo, just use a packet of taco seasoning.

I made this in my 6 qt., oval, crockpot.

Ingredients:

  • 1 can cream of chicken soup
  • 1 can Rotel, undrained
  • 1 pkt Sazon (this is on the Latino aisle and comes in a box and is made by Goya)
  • couple shakes of Adobo (another Goya product right by the Sazon)
  • favorite taco toppings (lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream, salsa, guacamole)

Place 5-6 chicken breasts in your crockpot.

I threw them in there frozen.

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Pour the can of soup and the Rotel over the chicken.

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Do a couple of shakes of Adobo seasoning over the top of the soup mixture evenly.

Adobo is a Latin All Purpose Seasoning that is very popular in many Puerto Rican dishes.

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Evenly add a packet of Sazon over the soup mixture.

Pop a lid on it and cook on high for 4-6 hours (I did 6 hours) or on low for 8-10 hours.

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When the chicken is done, shred or chop it up and mix it back into the soup mixture to make a creamy taco filling.

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I heated up our flour tortillas. This can easily be done in the microwave.

I used soft taco sized tortillas. Fill each one with a couple of scoops of filling.

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Top with lettuce (I used bagged salad- keep it easy).

Top with some tomatoes and cheese and whatever else you like.

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Fold it up and enjoy!

We had Puerto Rican Rice with it. As promised, that recipe is coming up!

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Easy Recipes: Creamy Crockpot Chicken Tacos
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Ingredients
  • 1 can cream of chicken soup
  • 1 can Rotel, undrained
  • 1 pkt Sazon (this is on the Latino aisle and comes in a box and is made by Goya)
  • couple shakes of Adobo (another Goya product right by the Sazon)
  • favorite taco toppings (lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream, salsa, guacamole)
Instructions
  1. Place 5-6 chicken breasts in your crockpot. I threw them in there frozen.
  2. Pour the can of soup and the Rotel over the chicken.
  3. Do a couple of shakes of Adobo seasoning over the top of the soup mixture evenly.
  4. Evenly add a packet of Sazon over the soup mixture.
  5. Pop a lid on it and cook on high for 4-6 hours (I did 6 hours) or on low for 8-10 hours.
  6. When the chicken is done, shred or chop it up and mix it back into the soup mixture to make a creamy taco filling.
  7. I heated up our flour tortillas. This can easily be done in the microwave. I used soft taco sized tortillas. Fill each one with a couple of scoops of filling.
  8. Top with lettuce (I used bagged salad- keep it easy). Top with some tomatoes and cheese and whatever else you like.
  9. Fold it up and enjoy!
Notes
Adobo and Sazon are very popular seasoning in many Puerto Rican dishes. They can be found on the Latin aisle of the grocery store. If you do not have Sazon and Adobo, just use a packet of taco seasoning. I made this in my 6 qt., oval, crockpot.

Comments

  1. Jenny@thelavendermagnolia says

    That looks so good! It has been in the 100′s in NC, too, and I am almost 100% crockpot cooking now. Tex mex is my fave, too, so this one is going on the menu in the next day or two. Only I don’t have on hand are tomatoes and Sazon.

    Thanks so much for sharing!!

    Jenny

  2. says

    Good recipe and great photos.

    I found this via Simple Living with Diane Balch. I linked in a retro steak dish. Have a super week.

  3. Anna Bloedel says

    This was SO yummy!! I just used the taco seasoning and it turned out amazing! My whole family loved it and it was very easy! :)
    Thanks!
    Anna

  4. Jo says

    How did you make your rice in the picture above? I have so much trouble getting my mexican rice to taste like it does in resturants!!

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