Copying this from my old recipe blog (it's about time). I wanted something easy for potluck tomorrow and went looking to find where I'd posted the recipe.
Recipes are kind of like the Pirate Code - more like suggestions than actual rules. Here's the original recipe:
Here's how I actually made it, and it turned out very good:
Saute one sliced onion and one clove of garlic in olive oil. Add 2 chicken breasts, cut up; cook until almost cooked and add 2T taco seasoning. Add beans, corn, salsa - cook on low for several hours then add cheese.
Serve over rice and with tortilla chips. Cilantro is very good with this, and sour cream.
Because I wanted this for tomorrow's potluck, I went pretty much with the original recipe, except I used 2 cups frozen corn and added some taco seasoning to the chicken breasts. Oh, and I tossed some chicken broth on top because I was cooking other stuff and had some extra. So it'll probably be kinda soupy - but I bet it will be good.
My friend Peggy makes something very similar to this all the time. We call it Crockpot Chicken Ole. I suppose I could call this the same thing?