#SundaySupper – Low & Slow Style

SundaySupperHappy Sunday friends!!! Another weekend come and gone………..it’s OK with me since, one, I’m dying for some warmer weather and two because I’m counting the weeks until we get to meet my baby boy!! Now this weeks theme is right up my alley! Anyone who knows me must know by now that me and my slow cooker (aka. Crock-It) have a serious love affair going on! All Winter long I put it to good use, during the summer I use it to avoid using the oven, it’s a win win for this Momma! Well this weeks #SundaySupper theme is more than just slow cooker recipes! It’s any recipe that cooked Low or Slow!! A big thank you to Susan over at The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen for hosting this fabulous event. OK so what did I decide to share with you today? Well I’ve been making this dish for a long time, it’s by go to old time favorite that I used to make in a casserole dish in my oven. Well I decided to try it in the crock pot this time and boy was I NOT disappointed! I even ventured out their and used chicken thighs instead of my usual chicken breasts. I also added some fresh cilantro (my new fav!)  after it cooked and the dish! It’s simple and delish! I often serve it with plain brown rice and use the tomatoes to mix it with so it adds flavor to the rice!


Salsa Chicken (1)

Salsa Chicken

Salsa Chicken


  • 1 lb. of boneless chicken thighs (or breasts)
  • 1 14 oz can of diced tomatoes (onion and garlic)
  • 1 jar of salsa or homemade
  • Fresh Cilantro


  1. Pour the diced tomatoes and salsa into a crock pot.
  2. Place chicken thighs on top, pushing the chicken into the sauce.
  3. Cook on low for 5-7 hours (or high for 3-4 hours)
  4. Place chicken on a serving dish, pour mixture on top and sprinkle fresh parsley on top.
  5. Serve and Enjoy!

Now onto what the others have shared with us! Save them, jot them down, pin them……….whatever you need to remember your favorite new dish to make!

Low & Slow Breads & Starters:

Asiago Meatballs from Daily Dish Recipes
Slow Cooker Bread: Easy Dinner Rolls from Growing Up Gabel

Low & Slow Mains:

Apricot-Mustard Baked Ham from Healthy.Delicious.
Braniya {Lamb and Eggplant Tajine} from MarocMama
Brisket from Sustainable Dad
Brisket with Ale BBQ Sauce from Kudos Kitchen By Renee
Carnitas from That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Dairyfree Chicken and Mushroom Ragout from The Not So Cheesy Kitchen
Dry Rubbed Smoked Back Ribs from Noshing With The Nolands
French Dip Sandwiches from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
Fried Beef Ribs from The Urban Mrs
Italian Beef from Curious Cuisiniere
Italian Sunday Gravy from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen
Jambalaya from Gourmet Drizzles
Minestrone Soup from Peanut Butter and Peppers
Osso Buco from Webicurean
Pork and Sauerkraut Sandwiches from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
Rice, Bean and Vegetable Casserole from Happy Baking Days
Salsa Chicken from Momma’s Meals
Sauerbraten from Magnolia Days
Slow Cooker Chana Masala from Small Wallet, Big Appetite
Slow-Cooker Mole from girlichef
Slow Cooked Pork Sausage and Onions from Family Foodie
Sweet Pork from Table for Seven

Low & Slow Sides:

Caramelized Garlic in the Crock-Pot from Shockingly Delicious
Slow Roasted Balsamic Tomatoes from The Wimpy Vegetarian

Low & Slow Desserts:

8-hour Cheesecake with Roasted Grapes (gluten free) from Vintage Kitchen
Gluten Free Slow Cooker Glazed Cinnamon Coffee Cake from Blueberries and Blessings
Slow-Cooked Gooey Pina Colada Cake from Juanita’s Cocina
Slow Cooker Pineapple Coconut Rice Pudding from Sue’s Nutrition Buzz
Wine Pairing Recommendations for Low & Slow Food from ENOFYLZ Wine Blog


Don’t forget to join the #SundaySupper chat on Twitter Sunday to discuss cooking low and slow! We’ll tweet throughout the day and share our delicious recipes. Our weekly chat starts at 7:00 pm EST. Follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, and remember to include it in your tweets to join in the chat. Check out our #SundaySupper Pinterest board for more delicious recipes and food photos.

21 thoughts on “#SundaySupper – Low & Slow Style

  1. Great dish, and very fun and festive too! I agree with Renee, I bet it’d be great in tacos.

  2. Simple recipes these get lost, but it is often recipes with so few recipes that taste so good and can be so easy to make. Plus cilantro is a great variation.

  3. This sounds so easy and delicious! Another perfect meal for our dinner table once I have that slow cooker. Thank you so much for sharing 🙂

  4. Sometimes simplest is the best… and this look awesome! Glad you are also a fellow cilantro lover- we rock! 😉

  5. I love the simplicity of this – and yet I can see it’s bursting with flavor. I agree with Isabel – the leftovers really would be perfect for tacos. Or a quesadilla.

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