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Mexican Food recipes are an excellent choice for your slow cooker. Prep, set and forget!
Article Image From: Smart Fun DIY
1. Chicken Chili Verde
If you’ve got 5 minutes + a slow cooker, you’re on your way to the easiest Chicken Chile Verde you’ll ever make (and love)!
From: The Real Food Dieticians
2. Cilantro Lime Chicken
This slow cooker cilantro lime chicken is one of the best easy ways to do shredded chicken that can be used in tacos, burritos, or whatever you want!
From: Feasting not Fasting
3. Pinto Beans
Get ready to sink your teeth into the best Slow Cooker Pinto Beans Recipe! Savory like a traditional pork and beans recipe, but 100% vegan!
4. Mexican Pot Roast
Shredded beef is one of the most versatile essentials in Mexican cuisine. We use shredded beef to make tacos, enchiladas, on tostadas, on salads, and so much more. Shredded beef starts off as slow cooker Mexican pot roast. The leftovers are what are shredded and used in other dishes later. It’s like a two-for-one deal: you get pot roast one night and a “shredded beef” dish the next day! This Mexican style slow cooker pot roast is a an amazingly flavorful and easy meal for busy families.
From: Smart Fun DIY
5. Tacos Al Pastor
I served mine up street-taco-style, with fresh chopped cilantro, onions, and a few lime wedges. And since I had some pineapple leftover, I also tossed in a few tidbits. (Fresh, mind you. Resist any temptation to use canned pineapple in this recipe. Resist!)
From: Gimme Some Oven
6. Pork Carnitas Burrito Bowls
Add a new twist to Mexican night with these Pork Carnitas Burrito Bowls! Black bean cilantro lime rice is topped with flavorful slow cooker pork carnitas and your favorite toppings for a delicious (and healthy) dinner!
From: A Dish of Daily Life
7. Spicy Shredded Chicken
This month is like an experiment in how many lazy dinners I can make. And how many days in a row I can use my slow cooker before actually putting it back into the cabinet. And how many tacos I can stomach.
From: Host the Toast
8. Mexican Stew
This healthy crockpot Mexican chicken stew is inspired by tortilla soup. Packed full of delicious Mexican flavors and super simple to prepare!
From: Sweet Peas and Saffron
9. Chicken Burrito Bowls
This is my absolute favorite kind of slow cooker recipe — one that takes less than five minutes to pull together and then rewards you with a delicious, healthy dinner at the end of the day. These burrito bowls are full of chili-spiced brown rice, black beans, corn, and yes, tender bites of shredded chicken. Everything gets cooked right in the pot, so all you need to do is dish yourself a bowl and sprinkle with cheese.
10. Pork Stew
One of my husband’s all-time favorite dishes is Carne Guisada, which is a mexican stew. It is packed with flavor, comforting and just plain delicious. However, about a year ago he had to cut beef out of his diet so I started looking for a way to make this dish so he could still enjoy it. In comes the pork. Pork is so tender and succulent, and works beautiful with these flavors. I think this might even be better than beef! Eeeek!
From: West End Living
11. Steak Fajitas
There are only 5-Ingredients in this slow cooker steak fajitas recipe. This easy yet delicious whole30 and paleo dish is perfect any day of the week.
From: Fit Slow Cooker Queen
12. Chicken and Rice Bowl
Serve in a bowl with your favorite toppings such as cilantro, avocado, cheese, and lime.
13. Carne Asada
Traditionally, Grilled Carne Asada is all about the marinade. In this slow cooker version, I’ve taken my regular marinade and turned it into a sauce that is full of flavor. The steak is then smothered in the sauce and slow cooked to perfection. While certainly a non-traditional option, it makes a great “set it and forget it” meal.
From: The Stay at Home Chef
14. Pulled Pork Tacos
Want to crank up the flavor on your next Taco Tuesday night? Then it’s time to break out your crockpot if you’ve got one. There’s no easier way to infuse amazing aromatic spices while tenderizing meat. I’ve whipped up a slow cooker Mexican pulled pork tacos recipe that showcases what I’m talking about.
From: Jessica Gavin
15. Shredded Beef
This all purpose Slow Cooker Mexican Shredded Beef is great for tacos, burritos and more! Quick and easy prep work and the crock pot does the rest.
From: Fox and Briar
16. Beef Barbacoa
With chipotles, garlic, cilantro, & Mexican spices, Slow Cooker Beef Barbacoa is a tender, juicy addition to tacos, burritos, rice bowls, salads, & more!
From: Five Heart Home
17. Shredded Beef Enchiladas
The best shredded beef enchiladas are made easy using tender, and amazingly flavor packed, slow cooked shredded beef!
From: The Salty Marshmellow
18. Pork Chile Verde
Chile verde is more than a simple stew. Pork shoulder is rendered into supple, tender meat after a slow simmer in a sauce of roasted tomatillos, peppers, cilantro, and oregano. The resulting meat and sauce can be poured over rice or tucked into a tortilla. While the salsa verde requires a little prep work up front, the rest of the cooking is hands-off, thanks to the trusty slow cooker. This is a perfect dish to perfume your house when the weather gets crisp this fall.
19. Drunken Beans – Frijoles Borrachos
Instant Pot Drunken Beans (Frijoles Borrachos) have beer as part of the liquid, but they don’t taste like alcohol. A savory blend of beans, bacon, spices, cilantro, and yes, a little beer! Make these pressure cooker Drunken Beans (Frijoles Borrachos) from dry pinto beans in about an hour and a half.
From: Simply Happy Foodie
20. Chicken Posole
Made with shredded chicken and hominy in a comforting red chile broth, this Mexican Slow Cooker Chicken Posole is easy to make and full of authentic Mexican flavors to warm you up! (gluten free)
From: Isabel Eats
21. Mexican Street Corn Chowder
That logic inspired this recipe, which combines traditional corn chowder with spicy Mexican-inspired flavors to create what basically became soup-style Mexican street corn. It’s a recipe you’re going to want to make when you’ve got access to all of that fresh, sweet summer corn, or in the winter when you’re craving a bowl of something comforting and creamy. You might even find yourself craving it when you’re stuck sitting in a hot car. I’m telling you, it’s a recipe you’re going to want all the time.
From: Host the Toast
22. SMOTHERED BEEF BURRITOS
The key to making awesome smothered burritos is tender, shredded beef and a thick, flavorful sauce. It might not look too sexy (yeah, I know) but let me tell you, it is hard to resist eating all of the beef straight from the pot before it ever makes it to a tortilla.
From: Host the Toast
23. Ancho Coffee Shredded Beef
I’ll tell you right up front, the ingredients might sound somewhat strange, seeing as they include everything from chile powder to coffee granules, beer to balsamic vinegar, and maple syrup to garlic. Your grocery shopping list might be a liiiittle all over the place. However, it’s actually this huge range of flavors that makes this shredded beef unforgettable. Sweet, spicy, smoky, tangy, rich, and juicy. More than the sum of its parts.
From: Host the Toast
24. Taco Chicken Bowls
Taco Chicken Bowls are great for bachelors, students, or the chronically busy because it’s a “dump and heat” recipe. All you do is dump all of the ingredients together in a pot, and let it cook. Of course you’ll need to make the rice separate but even if you’re one of those people who can never get rice right, there is still hope. Just stuff the chicken mixture inside of a tortilla with a little cheese and roll it up for a quick burrito, or fold it over in a tortilla and crisp it up in a skillet like a quesadilla. Presto. Easy, delicious, cheap food.
From: Budget Bytes
25. Mexican Chicken Soup
I am so happy the way this Mexican Chicken Soup has turned out. It is low in carb and not very rich. So you can have a big bowl of this soup without any guilt. The smokey flavours of this Low Carb Soup, makes it even more delicious.
From: The Flavours of Kitchen
26. Chorizo Breakfast Casserole
My kids ask for this hearty slow-cook casserole for breakfast and dinner. I’ve served it with white country gravy or salsa. It’s delightful either way.
From: Taste of Home
27. Chicken Tinga
If you’re not already familiar with smoky-sweet chicken tinga, know this — it is your ticket to the most delicious shredded chicken tacos you’ll make. And with the help of your slow cooker, it is an absolute breeze to pull together. Just like classic chicken tinga, this version is cooked in a full-flavored tomato-chipotle sauce, studded with sliced onions, and hit with just enough heat to keep you on your toes.