Chicken Philadelphia Cheese Steaks {Slow Cooker}

Chicken Philadelphia Cheese Steaks {Slow Cooker}

Chicken Philadelphia Cheese Steaks are the perfect recipe for your slow cooker and these turned out delicious and satisfying. The chicken turns out tender and juicy IF you use a meat thermometer to test the chicken for correct doneness. Slow cookers are notorious for...

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