Thursday, December 8, 2016

BBQ Pulled Chicken

     Hello all and welcome back!  Are you tired of pulled pork?  Check out this great new recipe we have for you!  BBQ Pulled Chicken!  Try something new and exciting, also very easy!  Everyone has pulled pork!  So be different and pull your chicken!  (no pun intended).  This is such an easy meal you can have it ready by dinner time in a few hours!

     We also are excited to share with you this new section called "Low and Slow".  With the winter months now approaching we wanted to get a new section started for those who like to use slow cookers!  You can do dinners, lunches, even appetizers!  he slow cooker is such a amazing tool to have in your kitchen and they are usually all very inexpensive to purchase!  They really make great gifts as well so if you do not have one, ask for one from your family!  With the right care and cleaning you will own yours for years!  There are also so many different amazing meals you can do which we intend to get into!    

Time Frame:
Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 4-5 hours depending on if the chicken is thawed or cutlets vs breast.
Total Time: Over 4 hours...

6 frozen or thawed boneless skinless chicken breasts ( we used thin sliced cutlets)
1 (12 oz) bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce
½ cup of Italian dressing
¼ cup brown sugar (can add more if need to)
2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
Pinch of Salt, Pepper and Garlic Powder 

We used thinly slicked chicken cutlets, you can use chicken breast its better to have them thawed.
Take your chicken and season both sides with salt, pepper and garlic powder.
In a large bowl mix the brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce, Italian dressing and BBQ Sauce.
Mix well together.
Place the chicken in the slow cooker.
Pour the sauce over top and close the lid.
Turn the slow cooker to low.
Cook for about 2.5 hours to 3 hours.  For thin cutlets.  For Breast Cook for about 4-6 hours.  This is for thawed chicken.
After about 2.5 hours start to pull the chicken and see how it looks.  Continue to pull if the chicken is pulling easily.
Turn the temperature to the Warm setting and with the cover off let cook another 1/2 hour or so.
Plate up on a sandwich or not, and serve with a few sides you like and then enjoy!

     As you can see from the picture, it looks amazing and yes it was!  This meal comes out with such ease.  We really hope you keep this post and try it out!  Chef served it up with some pasta salad and broiled broccoli.  A very good combo if you ask me!  Please check out the video below to see how its made and be sure to subscribe if you haven't already.  It would really help us out.  

     We do hope you enjoyed the video and come back, with so many more ideas we are just getting started.  To help us out if you liked this or make it please share our page and channel.  So others can learn as well.  We really hope you all do try this and note it is Gluten Free!  Just don't add the bun!  So we hope you enjoyed this post and give it a shot, it really is a great and easy dish to make!


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