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pulled chicken..
      #155244 - 03/01/05 08:48 AM
khyricat

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yummy in a crockpot meal... easy to put together the night before or in the AM and then cook while at work...


cook in crock on low or warm... (for at least 7 hours)

chicken breasts (I normally do at least a pound, sometimes 2 or 3 since they get devoured)

(mix sauce and taste, then add chicken to crock)
1 12 oz can tomato paste
2 tablespoons mollasses (or more to taste)
big squirt of honey (more if you like it sweet, less if you like it not so sweet- like us..)
onion powder
garlic powder
chili powder
(other hot pepper powder to taste - I use a small amount of chipotle to give it smoky flavor without a lot of heat)


(you can vary spices and flavors to taste- sugar works as a sweetener too, and if you don't like the mollasses taste- leave it out or use less)

1.5 cups water (more if needed to cover chicken completely once the chicken is added to sauce.

put lid on and cook. Immediately before serving pull the chicken pieces out and shred- you can use a fork, or put on a plate and use a spoon- it will just squish apart with a wooden spoon if its been cooked long enough! add back enough sauce to make it mildly soupy... store rest of sauce to use as BBQ on side or to use with something else (I often freeze it and defrost to put on chicken ont he grill later)


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Re: pulled chicken.. new
      #155263 - 03/01/05 09:22 AM
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This sounds absolutely absafreaken fabulous!! Can't wait to try it... maybe this weekend!!

Serving suggestions?
*On a roll
*Over rice


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Re: pulled chicken.. new
      #155306 - 03/01/05 11:02 AM
khyricat

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on a roll, on thick slived toast, with potato, with rice, with mini pita's to stuff the pockets of...

my husband prefers it on a roll, but if he really gets pulled off the carbs- I'll probably make his with just vegetables.

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Re: pulled chicken.. new
      #155316 - 03/01/05 11:12 AM
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OK, thanks... it has now been printed, which means it is one step closer to being made

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ROFL... .. new
      #155347 - 03/01/05 11:54 AM
khyricat

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I just printed a bunch of your recipes too!
I needed some more to make and more variety... and some are things I think will work for DH if he winds up on a low carb diet.. not no carb, and not high fat.. due to his health issues- his meeting with the specialist is at 3:30 today...

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Re: pulled chicken.. new
      #157264 - 03/05/05 08:26 AM
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OK, everything is in the crockpot in the fridge... just waiting until I get back from the gym (or noon, which ever comes 1st) to start it cooking.... I'm so excited to try this one!! I PLAN to serve it on rolls and also have baked lays and maybe some veg baked beans!! Oh, and I'm buying Beano today for both the baked beans and Bevrs Lentil Soup that I plan to make next weekend. I was going to make it this Sunday but then realized there will be plenty of Amie's Pull Chicken for two if not three nights!!

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oh yeah.. new
      #157276 - 03/05/05 11:06 AM
khyricat

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The only times I don't have leftovers is when there are a bunch of big guys over and I normally only doat least a pound at a time.. sometimes I do like 2 or 3

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Re: oh yeah.. new
      #157296 - 03/05/05 12:50 PM
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I have 2.14 pounds (6 breasts) in there....and only Shane & I are eating it.... so, there SHOULD be a total of 6 serving.

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definitely... new
      #157315 - 03/05/05 02:59 PM
khyricat

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depending on how much per sandwich (how much bread/rolls) you are eating in comparison- maybe more.. when its 2/3 of us I normally do 1.5-2 pounds, when its the crew I do 3 or more...

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It Smells SOOOO Good In Here... new
      #157366 - 03/05/05 07:01 PM
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30 more minutes and it will be 7 hours...can't wait to DIG IN!! hehehe

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