Dude, this is as easy AND tasty as it gets. Two ingredients - chicken and salsa - cooking for 8-10 hrs on low or 4-6 on high in the star chef of your kitchen - the slow cooker. When cooked, the chicken is so tender that you can just stir the aroma-rich mixture up and that pipin' poultry in there will just fall apart into nice shreds. The chicken and salsa form a great relationship here, but truthfully the salsa does all the work. Ideally, it would be great to make your own garden fresh salsa - but I didn't have a garden or time today, so I bought garden fresh salsas from my local Wal-mart.
I cooked 2 lbs. chicken tenders with a mixture of half the chipotle garlic salsa and half the hot garden salsa. I made tacos with double corn tortillas (warmed in a non-stick skillet), sliced roma tomatoes, chunked avocado, chopped cilantro and pepper jack cheese. I topped that off with some fresh squeezed lime juice. It looked so good and tasted so good that I didn't take any pictures of the final product. I already knew I wanted to make a blog post out of this, so the fact that I didn't take any pictures should tell you how tasty these tacos were. On a completely unrelated note, my daughter ate her first "solids" today - rice cereal. Here she is begging for one of our spicy chicken tacos today, since she eats "solids" now..
"I can haz spicee chikinz?"