I've recently changed jobs, which I love, but the new hours are throwing me off. Mr. T and I like to eat earlier than later, so getting home at 6:30 and whipping something up is not the easiest task. To alleviate this problem, I've recently started researching crock pot recipes. I've got a crock pot on my registry, but this impatient girl just couldn't wait to start cooking. SO, for the time being I'm using this baby.
Isn't she a beaut! This actually isn't my exact one, just an identical version of mine, sans the big chip in the top right corner. But no worries, mine still has the harvest gold tone and is adorned with the oh-so-seventies motif of fondue pots and sea food creatures. It was a gift to my mom from a boyfriend before she met my dad. Mom and Dad are going on their 33rd year of marriage this summer, so this thing is very seasoned to say the least.
The recipe I'm trying tonight is incredibly simple. I seem to always be drawn to recipes with the fewest amount of ingredients.
2-3 boneless skinless chicken breasts
8 oz sour cream (I used reduced fat)
8 oz salsa
Mix salsa and sour cream in crock pot. Add chicken breasts and make sure they are fully coated in the liquid. Cook for 6-8 hours on low heat
THAT'S IT! Let's hope that it turns out a little more flavorful than that bland name. If it's a keeper we'll definitely be renaming the recipe. I'll keep you posted!