Sunday, July 27, 2008


My cute chef of a husband, Greg has officially won my stomach after today.  When he told me yesterday that HE needed to go to the grocery store to get the stuff for today I was like "wwwwHAT the?" (Not that he doesn't cook, 'cause he makes some mean German Pancakes that I, being the pregnant woman I am, crave on a daily basis :)  So I was very interested as to what he was going to make, and I pried it out of him that he had found a recipe.  SCUUUUUUUURRRRR!!!  Stop!!  MY husband?!  Found a recipe?  Greg found a recipe.  He normally calls his mom to get her awesome classics (cute, huh?)... but HE actually found one... which meant he thought enough to LOOK for one.  I'm sorry if this sounds corny... but that's CUTE!  So here I am, just minutes after downing my "umpteenth" serving of the wonderful dish...  

"And it's made with bits of real (chicken)... SO YOU KNOW IT'S GOOD"  
-Name the movie!
-10 cool points if you can answer that.

Here's some random photos I googled that give you the idea... :)



4 chicken breasts (frozen or thawed)
1 16 oz. jar of salsa
1 can of Black Beans (P.S. I hate beans... but LOVED this... go figure.)
1 can of Drained Corn
8 oz pkg. Cream Cheese

Put chicken in crock pot and season with whatever you wish, Greg used Chalula seasoning and a little Chalula sauce.  (Which I'm normally out with... but the end result was... ooooh so amazing.) Then pour salsa, beans and corn in and let it sit on low for 3 & 1/2 hours before you add the cream cheese, let simmer for 1/2 hour mas, shred the chicken and then VIOLA!  Simple.  Easy.  DELISH!!!  This would be amazing over rice, though we ate it with our favorite tortillas from Costco that you cook yourself, and it would even make a great dip.  It's super versatile.  

All I know is this: my husband is THE MOST AMAZING MAN ALIVE to have known I would flip for this... he knows me so well, and I'm almost embarrassed to say that I had fourths.  What?  :)  It was that good.  It is a MUST try... c'mon you know you have all the stuff in your pantry... and no offense Greg, but it's next to impossible to mess up a crock pot dish, ya know?
If you try it, which you simply must, you have to let me know what you think!