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This homemade BBQ sauce is so delicious and I love the fact that I don't have to deal with any chicken bones. Extremely easy to put together and it went very quickly in my house! Great recipe! I featured this recipe in my blog - http://danasfoodblog.com/?p=174.

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DanaPNY June 15, 2013

I've been looking for a good Pulled Meat BBQ recipe, and this one is a keeper. I did the half ketchup, half bbq sauce also. When I tasted the sauce I thought it needed something extra so I put a little Worcestershire Sauce in it, and it was perfect. Loved this.

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Carousel88 February 11, 2013

This came out great. The second time I made this I added a half of a cup of Dr Pepper soda which I thought added a little extra flavor. Will make again

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Lucas_D_N January 15, 2011

I'm not a ketchup fan (even homemade), so I was pleasantly surprised by how good this recipe turned out. I assumed 3 chicken breasts meant one pound and I sextupled (X6) the recipe, cooked on high for 4 hours and low for 8. To us it tastes just like sloppy Joe's. Yum! I also used honey instead of molasses (didn't have any) and I am going to add this easy recipe to my "make at the lake" recipe box. I guess I'm going to start having ketchup around the house. Thanks for the recipe.

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lclausen October 12, 2008

Wonderful! I used 4 chicken breast and doubled up on the sauce. The sauce did not thicken up as much as I had hoped, but the flavor was excellent! My husband ate it straight and I had mine on a bun. This recipe is so incredibly simple and so easy to serve! Thanks, justcallmetoni!

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Bev May 03, 2008

I doubled this recipe so I would have leftovers to freeze. I was so excited when I tasted the sauce but it got quite watered down after cooking with the 6 breasts. Next time I will hold a little sauce back and add it in after I shred the chicken. Very good though! Oh and I took the advice of another poster and did half BBQ sauce and half ketchup. Heres a tip. I make my buns diner style, butter the inside and toast them in skillet. Makes a big difference.

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jameswife24 April 21, 2008

Excellent, I took other's suggestion to use 1/2 ketchup and 1/2 BBQ sauce (I used spicy honey) and the flavor was spot on. Served with creamy mac & cheese on this site and watermelon. Might make this for our next camping trip. Thanks for sharing!

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Larawithoutau December 12, 2014

Served this on Bunco night, and it was a big hit. I used 1/2 BBQ sauce and half ketchup. Once the chicken was pulled, I poured the sauce into a saucepan (minus the onions), returned the chicken and a bit of sauce to the crock pot, and simmered the rest of the sauce until it thickened up. Served with buns, apple slaw and, potato salad. (The sweet/sour combination of the apple slaw was a nice combination.) Thanks for sharing.

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Lori in NC September 17, 2014

Good

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Sandra G. September 01, 2014

Yum! I used half reduced sugar ketchup and half regular so I'd have enough. Did 4 small pieces of chicken in this sauce. Very good flavor to the sauce. I'd add some pepper flakes next time for more kick. I think next time I'll do half chicken breast and half boneless thighs for more texture. Served this on mixed greens rather than bread to save carbs. Thanks for sharing.

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Queen Roachie August 24, 2014
Pulled Chicken Sandwiches (Crock Pot)