It's amazing what you can do with just 3 ingredients. The red onion is the magic ingredient that transforms the BBQ sauce and chicken juices into a a tasty sauce and the chicken is infused with the flavor. I used Jack Daniel's Traditional flavored BBQ sauce. Thanks Diggy, this the recipe for those mornings when you are rushing to to get out of the house.
I cut this recipe down and used my Crockette and it was done in 4 hours. I used 4 chicken tenders, 1/2 cup BBQ sauce and 1/2 cup red onion. Served on toasted whole grain wheat buns. Very yummy!
I can't believe how GREAT this tastes with just three ingredients!!! I used Sweet Baby Ray's sauce. I used chicken tenders, so they cooked a little more quickly, then I shredded them and let the cook in sauce a while longer and made sandwiches, served with cole slaw. Delicious!
Being single I made this with only 2 chicken breasts, but I added 1 can of mushrooms to add a little bit of texture difference to the dish.
this was possibly the easiest, inexpensive, tastiest sandwich i've ever made. i cut the recipe in half (2 breasts, 1/2 onion, same sauce) since i was only cooking for one, used store brand hot and spicy bbq sauce... and it was *amazing!* can't wait to eat the leftovers!
So easy! The red onion was a nice touch of flavor. I add a touch of chipotle chili powder for a smokier flavor. Yum!
This is a fantastic way to cook BBQ chicken. The chicken is so moist and tender, and the juice from the chicken combined with the red onion is different, but surprisingly good. I used a Cajun-Style BBQ and it was out of this world. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.
Such an easy recipe. It is a dump and run recipe. What is great about cooking chicken pieces in the crockpot is that you can place it in the crockpot frozen and it will be moist and tender when you get home. Barbecue Chicken without the fuss.
This was a great recipe and with few ingredients. I used honey BBQ sauce, added some vegetables and served over rice.
Maybe it was my crockpot or the sauce (sweet baby rays) but it was burning by the end of the cooking time! Next time I'll keep a much closer eye on it.