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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

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.

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mommyoffour June 30, 2013

I have a very picky family. They all loved this!!!

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angi.barnett November 28, 2012

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.

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sully8927 February 19, 2012

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.

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kellybelt1 October 22, 2010

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.

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brandonjon July 01, 2010

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

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jamieisjewish May 15, 2010

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!

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NeesesKitchen March 28, 2010

Excellent! Added ½ a teaspoon of chili powder and ½ tsp of paprika and it was delicious. Reminded my mom of a BBQ place back home in Alabama.

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Blond one January 10, 2010
Pulled Chicken Sandwiches (Crock Pot)