BBQ Chicken Sandwiches (crockpot)
(from Amanda Otis)
Spray inside of crockpot with Pam. Place 3-4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts in crockpot, cover with your favorite bottle of BBQ sauce (Amanda's is KC Masterpiece). Cook on high 2-3 hours. Before serving, shred with forks. Serve in buns.
Fajita Chicken Quesadillas
1 pkg fajita seasoning mix
2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
3 Tbsp diced onions
grated monterey jack cheese
1 can corn
La Victoria Green Taco Sauce or your favorite salsa
2-4 Tbsp vegetable oil
Dice chicken and cook in skillet until almost cooked through. Add diced onions and saute for 1 minute. Mix fajita seasoning mix with about 1/2 cup of water and pour over chicken. Stir and cook until chicken is done, and liquid has mostly cooked off. At this point you can use your food chopper to more finely dice chicken if you would like.
Before cooking, I like to assemble all of the quesadillas at once. Each of us make our own quesadilla how we like it, but here are the basic directions: Place one tortilla on a plate, layer with cheese, chicken/onion mixture, corn, green sauce, beans and more cheese. Then add top tortilla. My one tip to remember here is to make sure to have the cheese touching both top and bottom tortillas - that will help the whole thing to stick together well so you don't loose the yummy filling.
To cook: My preferred method is on the grill. Lightly brush one side with oil and place oil-side-down on grill. As that side browns, lightly oil other side. You might need 2 spatulas to turn the quesadilla, or one spatula and one set of tongs. The grill gives great flavor and a crispy edge to the tortillas.
You could also cook them on the stove top in a skillet, or probably even in the oven, although I've never tried that.
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