The chicken was so juicy and delicious. I added more onion powder by mistake, but it was a good mistake. Just excellent
These sandwiches were very tasty and a nice change from most of the mayo-based chicken salads one usually finds. The chicken is very tender and not at all dry. I made these for a hiking lunch with added caramelized onions under the chicken for an extra flavor zap. They really hit the spot and were a hit with both me and my hiking partner. I'll make this one again. Thanks!
I've made this in my crockpot twice in the last week using 2 bone-in chicken breasts, pouring the marinade over top and cooking it on low for 8 hours. Delicious! The first time I finely chopped the meat and mixed it with avocado, mayo, green onion, etc. to make chicken salad sandwiches. The second time I served the chicken breasts for dinner along with a veggie casserole. It's great because even though I cooked the chicken in the crockpot it came out tasting like rotisserie or roasted chicken with a very nice taste and very tender.
The marinade was fantastic! I only made a small amount to try this time, but now I'm going to make a big batch and store it for quick use. I did eliminate the oil and some of the salt, and added a bit more water and ketchup. Thank you so much for this recipe!
Really great flavor. I marinaded my chicken for about 24 hours and cooked it on my George Foremen grill. Everyone loved it! Juicy and tender with just enough spice. I served the chicken on toasted rolls with tomato and mayo. My daughter added melted provolone cheese to hers and said she loved it.
I've never had the Arby's sandwich but this one was great! I doubled the marinde spices and I think next time I will make a second batch of marinade, heat in the mico, and add to the sliced chicken just to flavor a bit more. Otherwise this was great and I'm sure we will make this again. It was so yummy and easy!!
I can't do an Arby's comparison but this sandwich was a delicious part of our "soup & sandwich nite"! The chicken, marinated for about 9 hours, was moist with a nice bite to it - it would also be good as an entree. Thanx Tami!
This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur. It is published in his book entitled "Top Secret Recipes Lite". www.topsecretrecipes.com