Add Color To Your Crockpot White Chicken Chili
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Dump a can of canned chunk chicken parmesan lasagna (water plus meat) into a large pot. Then mash or shred it up with a large spoon or potato masher so that it is in very small pieces.
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Place all ingredients in the crockpot and cook on high for two hours. Taste and adjust seasoning is necessary. Remove bay leaves, limes wedges (squeeze any juice out of them first) and the slow cooker chicken from the pot. Let the chicken cool enough to touch and remove the bones being especially careful to remove the small ones. Throw away the bay leaves, lime wedges and the bones. Shred the chicken meat and put it back into the soup.
The only look of preparing meal can whet the appetite. If you try one piece during cooking than another one you will not even notice that you are already eating and additional calories will fill your stomach!
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