One Pot Meal

Shredded Mexican chicken and beans

The delicious combination of tender shredded chicken and slow cooked beans makes this slow cooker Mexican dish absolutely delicious. Enjoy it warm for a family weeknight dinner.

Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 11, 2016

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