BBQ Chicken Sandwich

September/October 2007

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Toss leftover cooked chicken with barbecue sauce and crunchy carrots for a quick and healthy lunch.

"great tasting sandwich "

19 Reviews for BBQ Chicken Sandwich

Great Simple BBQ!

Great sandwich, easy and quick for weeknight dinners. I skip the ranch addition and use Sticky Fingers BBQ sauce. If your not using the shredded carrots, coleslaw mix is great to throw in too, plus a pickle or two on top. Yum! Usually make this with the healthy onion rings.

Tastes great, simple, quick

great tasting sandwich


I'm dieting, so I made mine on an Arnold Wheat sandwich thin, skipped the dressing and used a low cal Ken Davis BBQ sauce. My sandwich came in at 215 Calories with 2.4 ounces of shredded chicken breast. Yummy and satisfying lunch, I'll be making it again.

I heated the mixture for 45 seconds in the microwave to take the chill off.


LOVE BBQ everything!! =P
....I saw this recipe and fell inlove. You can easily make this leftover meal low in sodium and health cautious while enjoying the mouth watering flavors.I used a low fat-low sodium BBQ sauce, and X-out the ranch dressing. I did however, added my little touch by sauting' red onions with a tad of extra virgin oil to the skillet, to give it that sweet caremelized taste...Goes great with BBQ.


I love BBQ!!...and this recipe! =)
I love the fact that I found a recipe that I can use for my leftover chicken as well as satisfy my BBQ crave and be health cautious... the only thing that it needed for that extra sweet touch was saute'd red onions with alil extra olive oil to suate. Mmmmm...Deeeelish!!


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