I have a cute story that tells about why I posted it, that you might like to read about, so if you do, go to Extraordinary Visiting Teachers Facebook page and you can read about that too. I doubled the recipe, however just making the recipe as is, you will be able to make 4 pans of these yummy creations! The recipe came from my daugher, Molly Lent, from Park City, Utah, who made it for me when I had surgery, and from that point on, I was hooked. I don't know where she got it, or if she just made it up, but however it was acquired, I am so glad I got a hold of it. It just makes a lot, and sometimes you need a lot of food to take to people in your ward, a friend or neighbor who is having a hard time, or for a party or other occasion. They are pretty mild, even though they have green chili's in them. When I serve them, I pour salsa over them and soemtimes a dollup of guacamole, if I have it on hand. The recipe that is posted, has my version, which I added a couple spices to make it taste a little more south western. Feel free to pass it on, and let me know how your's turned out!
So if you have read this entire post, I am going to give you a little tip about these. I have made these over and over and one time, was in a hurry, and didn't take the time to cook in the crock pot, the chicken. I just put it in a pan, browned it on both sides, cooking it thoroughley, and sliced it thinly. ( I seasoned it with Montreal Steak Seasoning, and a little Kosher sale.) It was so yummy because anytime you brown meat, it just makes it taste better. Enjoy! Katie