Crock Pot Southwest Chicken Dinner Recipe

I am really excited to share with you this recipe for Crock Pot Southwest Chicken Dinner.

Starting April 9th Walmart stores will be carrying Tyson Individually Frozen Chicken Breast in 2 new flavors- Southwest Pepper Trio and Smokey Steakhouse.

I created this Crock Pot Southwest Chicken Dinner using the Tyson Southwest Pepper Trio Chicken.

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I love cooking in the Crock Pot. It makes dinner so easy and quick to prepare. I was so excited when I heard Tyson was sending us the Southwest Pepper Trio Chicken.  John loves anything spicy and southwest flavored. I knew instantly what I wanted to do with the chicken. I love how bright and vibrant all of the vegetables are in this recipe. The Tyson Southwest Pepper Trio Chicken was so easy to cook with. It comes pre-flavored and I literally just had to place it in the Crock Pot and I was done preparing dinner.

Crock Pot Southwest Chicken Dinner

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Ingredients
Tyson Individually frozen Southwest Pepper Trio Chicken
2 cans of Ro-Tel, Drained
1 can of black beans, rinsed and drained
1 can of mexi-corn

Directions
1. Rinse and drain black beans
2. Drain Rotel

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3. Add Black Beans, Rotel and Mexi-Corn to the bottom of your crock pot
Stir ingredients together so they are well combined

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4. Place Tyson Southwest Pepper Trio on top of the ingredients.
5. Cook for 6 hours on low
6. Serve and enjoy

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The chicken will be flaky and taste great over the vegetables. I served the mixture over a bed of Spanish rice.

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As I went to take a picture of the Tyson Southwest Pepper Trio Chicken in the crock pot I realized that John could not wait for me to take a picture and had to try a chunk of the chicken. He said coming home to the amazing smells of the chicken cooking was making him starving.

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Crock Pot Southwest Chicken Dinner Recipe
 
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Recipe type: Entree
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • Tyson Individually frozen Southwest Pepper Trio Chicken
  • 2 cans of Ro-Tel, Drained
  • 1 can of black beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1 can of mexi-corn
Instructions
  1. Rinse and drain black beans
  2. Drain Rotel
  3. Add Black Beans, Rotel and Mexi-Corn to the bottom of your crock pot
  4. Stir ingredients together so they are well combined
  5. Place Tyson Southwest Pepper Trio on top of the ingredients.
  6. Cook for 6 hours on low
  7. Serve and enjoy

 

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Comments

    • Tammilee says

      I only added the mexican corn. I had planned on using the regular corn but realized there was more than enough stuff in the crock pot without the extra can of corn.

  1. Pauline Moreau Tilbe says

    This looks great but I prefer not to use prepared meats, could I just substitute regular boneless chicken breasts? Also, you drain the RoTel but not the mexicorn? I can’t wait to try this!

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