This delicious recipe is a part of our Week Night Chicken Recipes. The key and most crucial part of this recipe is preparation! To begin with you will have to follow our recipe on our Crock-Pot Mexican Chicken. Once you have prepared the addictive and tasty Mexican Chicken, now it’s time to start making our Mexican Pasta Dish! It’s simple and easy and you can also change it to your liking.
Mexican Pasta Dish
Mexican Pasta Dish
You might be used to a regular, traditional pasta dish… but have you ever tried a Mexican pasta dish? You will now!
- 3 Chicken Breast (boneless and skinless)
- 1 package Taco Seasoning
- 1 jar Salsa
- 1 can Black Beans
- 1 can Corn
- Broccoli (steamed)
- Tomatoes (chopped)
- Cilantro (optional)
- Sauteed Vegetables (optional)
To begin with, you are going to gather all your ingredients to create your delicious Crock-Pot chicken! In your Crock-Pot, put 3 boneless & skinless chicken breasts while adding 1 packet of taco seasoning, 1 jar of salsa, 1 can of black beans, and 1 can of corn. This will be the base for your yummy tacos!
Once your chicken and different ingredients are all mixed together and settled, cook your chicken for about six to seven hours.
Once they have cooked for about this duration of time, take out the breasts and chop or shred however you like it and add it back in the Crock-Pot for another hour.
For this pasta dish, you can use any type of noodle that you, your family or guests enjoy! When you come to finishing your Crock-Pot concoction, boil some water in pot and add your noodles until they are at an appropriate temperature.
While your noodles are cooking, it is best to start steaming your broccoli for your pasta dish.
Next, chop up some fresh tomatoes. *You can add any sauteed vegetable you would like.*
When you have completed steaming your broccoli and cooking your noodles, it’s time to mix all your ingredients into your pasta dish! Take your chopped chicken mixture, fresh tomatoes, steamed broccoli, and cheese and mix it all together.
Another great addition to this dish is to add cilantro!