This delicious and easy recipe for Crock-Pot Chicken Ole Casserole is put together in a snap and is a great use for leftover cooked chicken!
Crock-Pot Chicken Ole Casserole
I was rifling through my personal recipe collection looking for something tasty that I could make using up some leftover cooked chicken that I had in my refrigerator when I spotted a yummy sounding casserole recipe for Chicken Ole Casserole . Looking through the recipe I saw that I had all the required ingredients on hand and I was pretty sure that with a little adjusting I could turn the recipe into a slow cooker recipe.
And so I got to work.
Actually there was hardly any work involved really. A few minutes to chop up the cooked chicken. Opened up a few cans, jars and chopped up some green onion. I put one of the kids to work to tear up the tortillas (we used corn tortillas, but flour tortillas would work too) into pieces and I was ready to rock and roll and get this casserole layered and cooking!
If you like your Mexican inspired food a little on the spicier side use a salsa with a little more heat. But because I was feeding this meal to my kids, I just kept it nice and tame on the taste buds by using a mild Verde (green) salsa. But seriously use whatever is your favorite salsa.
I hope you enjoy!
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