- In a large pot combine the chicken, tomatoes with green chile peppers, potatoes, sausage, salt, pepper, garlic powder and water to cover. Put heat on medium low, stir all together and let simmer 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until potatoes are cooked through and tender.
Per Serving: 222 calories; 8.4 24.3 12.5 36 589 Full nutrition
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This was really really good. After reading reviews that it was a little thing, I used a combination of water and actual picante sauce, instead of just water. Next time I will put some beans in...
Great meal for a cold, rainy day. I used leftover potatoes from another recipe called Amanda's Potatoes. It had a hint of sweetness that really added to the recipe. I would make this again. ...
Enjoyed this easy to make recipe. Would definitely make again. Made it spicier by substituting chunky hot salsa for the diced tomatoes with green chilies. Added 1 cube Knorr chicken boullion an...
Very good. I was suprised by how good this recipe turned out. I followed it to a t, and it was very flavorful.
It was a nice and easy dish. I cooked it exactly as listed but I did add black beans with about 30 minutes left to cook. I served it with cornbread!
Very yummy! Made this last night after a very long day at work and it was so easy! I added black beans and substituted bacon for the sausage. I also added homemade chunky picante sauce for th...