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Shredded BBQ Chicken Sandwiches

Shredded BBQ Chicken Sandwiches created by stab-happy

I modified recipe#141965 & came up with this version! I love the sweet & spicy taste, plus the simmering time makes the house smell delicious!

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  • In a medium sized skillet, cook chicken until no longer pink.
  • Shred with 2 plastic forks.
  • Mix sauce ingredients in a medium saucepean; add chicken.
  • Heat on medium, then reduce heat to low.
  • Cover & simmer for 50-55 minutes, stirring occassionally, until chicken has absorbed most of the sauce.
  • Careful not to overcook or chicken might become too dry!
  • Serve on toasted buns.
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"I modified recipe#141965 & came up with this version! I love the sweet & spicy taste, plus the simmering time makes the house smell delicious!"
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  1. stab-happy
    Shredded BBQ Chicken Sandwiches Created by stab-happy
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  2. stab-happy
    This turned out sweet and delicious! I loved it and will definitely make this recipe again! I modified the recipe slightly by shredding pre-cooked leftovers from a chicken I roasted. I also substituted regular brown sugar for Splenda and chili powder for the red pepper flakes. Instead of using all ketchup I used half ketchup (Heinz) and half barbeque sauce (Cattlemen's Master's Reserve Memphis Sweet BBQ Sauce).
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  3. stab-happy
    This turned out sweet and delicious! I loved it and will definitely make this recipe again! I modified the recipe slightly by shredding pre-cooked leftovers from a chicken I roasted. I also substituted regular brown sugar for Splenda and chili powder for the red pepper flakes. Instead of using all ketchup I used half ketchup (Heinz) and half barbeque sauce (Cattlemen's Master's Reserve Memphis Sweet BBQ Sauce).
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  4. Chef Buggsy Mate
    Made this for dinner tonight. I partially cooked my chicken breasts in my crock pot then spooned off the liquid. I then added the sauce which I quadrupled since there are 6 of us in the family. I cooked the chicken and sauce on high for one hour and then 6 hours on low. I did not realize that I was out of cider vinegar, so I subbed red wine vinegar and I doubled the amount of red pepper flakes. Everyone in the family enjoyed this...including my daughter who normally does not care for BBQ. This is a recipe I will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made and reviewed for the Spring 2011 PAC.
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  5. chef2six
    not good. lousy taste for the sauce, and breast meat really doesnt make great bbq
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