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What great flavor. This was a nice meal that didn't take much effort. The only thing I would change is to thicken the broth by adding 2 Tablespoons of quick cooking tapioca with other ingredients. It was to wet for the buns. I even used a slotted spoon. I also placed frozen chicken breasts in at the beginning and pulled it out to shred before serving. Put shredded chicken back in crockpot to warm. This was a very low calorie meal for those who are on weight watchers. I placed the sloppy chicken on a low-calorie hamburgher bun. I can get a hamburgher bun in my local grocery store that is only 1 point. Thanks again for such a tasty recipe.

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Audrey M March 23, 2003

This tasted wonderful! I used about 6 lbs of chicken from split breasts and whole legs. The meat shredded nicely after a few minutes of constant stirring. I served on hamburger buns. I accidently added 2 Tbsp of mustard rather than 2 tsp, we loved it. Sweet and tangy; thanks for posting!

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TheDancingCook November 04, 2003

This was good! The only difference is that I did cook the onions and celery in the butter to soften them before I placed them in the crock pot. It was delicious! Oh I did leave out the green pepper as I did not have one on hand.

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Baby Chevelle November 03, 2009

This was a very tasty recipe and easy to make! My extra touch was adding a tablespoon of diced jalapeno peppers. Not to hot, but added an extra kick!! This is a keeper!

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team4million August 23, 2009

This was great! It was not like sloppy joes like I expected it to be. I used frozen grilled chicken strips instead of cooking chicken beforehand. Also, we were out of rolls so I baked some potatoes and used the chicken as a topping. YUM! Will definitely make again!

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Wildblu3 November 14, 2007

We served this to friends on big whole wheat rolls with sliced cheese and everyone loved them and asked for seconds. Definitely making this one again!

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Jenipurr November 08, 2007

It was my first time using my new crockpot and I'm really glad I chose this recipe because it turned out so well! I cut this recipe in half, used tomato sauce instead of ketchup and Dijon mustard instead of dry mustard. I put all the ingredients at the bottom and placed raw whole chicken breasts on top. After a few hours, I removed the breasts, sliced them up and mixed it in with everything else to cook the rest of the way. This cooked for maybe a little more than 4 hours on high for me since I didn't have as much time, but it still turned out great, and I also added a whole bunch of dried herbs and more salt and pepper near the last hour for more flavour, and thickened the sauce up with cornstarch and water. This was great with rice!

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yamakarasu December 28, 2006

This recipe was excellent! I had my grandparents over for dinner and they loved it! The only thing I changed was I put in 4 cloves of garlic. We will make this recipe over and over again! Love it! Thank you!

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alkaloidqueen June 11, 2006

Made this for dinner after church last night and it was delicious. I did add some cornstarch and water to thicken the sauce enough for sandwiches, but the flavor can't be beat! I used Chia's catsup Sugar Free Ketchup and Splenda brown sugar blend to cut back on calories. I had plenty left over as there is only two of us, so I used the rest tonight making Tebo's unrolled cabbage #11385 and it was a hit also. Thanks, Carole in Orlando

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carole in orlando January 30, 2006

Great easy dish!! Used smart balance butter, upped the garlic, put uncooked chicken on high for about two hours then put to low and then instead of buns, made low carb wraps out of them!! Very easy low carb meal and tasty too!!!!! Thanks for all suggestions and the recipe.!!!

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Courtney Ellen January 23, 2006
Sloppy Chicken - Crock Pot