Thursday, May 31, 2012

Slow Cooked BBQ Chicken

One of my favorite blogs that I follow is Duchess of Fork.  Molly is the duchess and is so cute and has a precious family!  If you read the “About Me” section on her blog you’ll see that we have several things in common: she is an only child, I’m an only child; she is a teacher, I am a teacher; she is a Mexican food lover, I am a Mexican food lover; she is an organization freak, I am an organization freak (must be organized!).  I also just learned that her husband builds beautiful homes in Florida; my dad builds beautiful homes in Texas!  So, it’s no surprise that I love her recipes that she shares on her blog. 

This week I made Molly’s Slow Cooked BBQ Chicken Sliders and, oh my goodness, they were yummy!   I failed to take a picture so I am sharing one from Molly.

via Duchess of Fork

The farmer took one bite and told me that this was one of the top three meals that I’ve cooked so I think it’s safe to say that he enjoyed his dinner.  I actually doubled this recipe so we could have plenty of leftovers.  Also, as hard as it is to believe, HA, we don’t have slider buns in small town Arkansas, so I just used the smaller hamburger buns.  The best part – it only takes five ingredients!  I think this meal will become a regular on our menu lineup Smile

Slow Cooked BBQ Chicken Sliders

1 1/2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts

1 cup bottled BBQ sauce (Molly’s recipe called for Sweet Baby Ray’s so that’s what I used)

1/2 cup bottled Italian dressing

2 tbsp. yellow mustard

slider buns or rolls

 

Place chicken breasts in the bottom of your slow cooker.  In a small bowl, stir together the BBQ sauce, Italian dressing, and mustard. Pour mixture over chicken and toss to coat.  Cook chicken on low for 4-6 hours, occasionally basting with sauce.  Once chicken is cooked through, remove from slow cooker and shred or chop.  Return to slow cooker and stir chicken and sauce together.  Feel free to add more BBQ sauce if you think it needs it.  Serve chicken on slider buns. 

 

Do yourself a favor and go browse Molly at Duchess of Fork and find yourself a great new recipe!

1 comment:

In this wonderful life... said...

these sound yummy!!! molly is SO sweet!

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