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Barbecue Pulled Chicken

February/March 2006, July/August 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (779 votes)

This BBQ pulled chicken recipe is a fanciful reinterpretation of pulled pork that slow-cooks chicken in lots of tangy tomato sauce. Have sliced jalapenos, sliced red onions and some sour cream on hand to top this barbecue pulled chicken, which makes a hearty main course. You can turn it into an unbelievable sandwich or serve it on mashed potatoes or even whole-grain spaghetti. Serve with shredded napa cabbage tossed with low-fat mayonnaise, cider vinegar, celery seed and honey to taste.



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50 Reviews for Barbecue Pulled Chicken

10/06/2014
Anonymous
Not a lot of flavor

I have made this with other recipes in the past and it had a lot more flavor. Unfortunately, this recipe did not deliver a lot of flavor and I followed it to the t.

Easy to make
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01/12/2014
Tasty, but soupy.

I made this today and thought I had used the wrong size can of tomato sauce. There was way too much additional sauce left over. I served over whole wheat buns. It had just the right amount of heat, and is not very sweet.

Good flavor, some heat
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10/07/2013
Anonymous
AMAZING!

I made this for dinner, and ate it with mashed sweet potatoes and steamed broccoli. So good! Made the whole house smell delish, I felt like a cook!

Takes some time to put together
Yummy!
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09/25/2013
Anonymous
ok but not super

more like tomato-y chicken instead of barbecue. I could see this being ok in tacos. Maybe if I added more toppings to the sandwich it would have given it more flavor

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06/06/2013
Anonymous
just great smokey taste

bringin america to germany. we tried it out and it was just great. love it.

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