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.
These were so easy to make. My family liked these and I liked the preparation for them. I served these with potato salad and chips.....how much easier can you get? Thank you for sharing with us you recipe, I loved it. I had never make pulled chicken before and we love it as much as the pork and beef.
I have a very picky family. They all loved this!!!
This recipe was wonderful! I have a big family so I doubled the recipe the first time around. I followed it exactly for the most part except I added probably about 1/2 tablespoon extra of molasses as well as about a teaspoon of lemon pepper. I put this on high for 4 hours. In addition to the pulled chicken I sauteed up two medium sized onions with one clove of garlic salt and pepper to put on the sandwich. I used ciabatta buns and made a garlic red pepper seed oil rub to toast them with. All of this together was fantastic! My family is already excited for the next time I make this.
This recipe is so delicious! It is quick and easy and taste great on my homemade buns. I had to decrease the cook time to 3 hours on low in my crock pot.
I make this for myself and my partner, just two breasts though, and there's always left overs...somehow people always know when it's being made. lol. I cut the ketchup down to 1/4 cup and upped the bbq sauce, in total making it one cup for both; this seems to cut the moisture down a bit. I replaced the tabasco with sriracha and it added a little more spice to the dish.
Was very good. I cooked it for about 2 hours on low and then about 2 hours on high. I also put paper towels under the lid of the crock pot like others had suggested and it did not turn out watery at all. I would definitely double next time and add a lot more hot sauce and some cayenne pepper. I
This was super easy and very yummy. It didn't have quite enough kick for us, so we added a dash of Indian red chili powder over the shredded chicken before serving. Thanks Toni!
Excellent! Added Â½ a teaspoon of chili powder and Â½ tsp of paprika and it was delicious. Reminded my mom of a BBQ place back home in Alabama.