I realized I was in process of putting up all the freezer meal recipes that I made for the arrival of Miss S and obviously not finished. At some point I will give an update on what I thought about the meals, how they thawed, and reheated. It has been a fun learning process and we really haven't been disappointed.
Anyway... more on that tangent later. :)
If you Google Fiesta Chicken you will get a plethora of recipes. I found the one that I use here. It's a random place to find the meals but I used many of their suggestions!
I call their version the Red version because I later adapted another version of it that I call Green. Being from New Mexico I prefer most things in a green chile version. Yum. I will post the Green version in another post.
Fiesta Chicken (Red) from blonde-designs
1.5 lb chicken breasts
1 can diced tomatoes (I used petite)
1 can corn (could use frozen) - drained
1 can black beans - rinsed
1 C salsa
taco seasoning (I think I used about 1 T)
I may have added about 1/2 C water or stock because I don't generally use the "juice" from canned items except for the tomatoes or no salt/no sugar added corn.
Add everything to a slow cooker and cook on low until done (about 4-6 hours depending on your cooker and if your chicken was frozen or not) Shred chicken. Serve over a flour tortilla or over rice with cheese and sour cream. Or it makes a nice soup/stew like meal on its own, too!
If you want to use this meal for a cooking group or Once a Month Cooking you can just add everything to a zip loc bag and freeze.