The whole family absolutely loved this sandwich. It takes just about 15 minutes from start to finish and tastes delicious. Definitely a keeper. You can read my full review at: http://bit.ly/K8Czer
Barbecue Chicken Sandwiches
TheMomChef Posted: 05/16/12
Queenbee2B Posted: 04/20/12
I rarely follow a recipe exactly as written, I did this time. This was very good for as quick as it all came together. Will definitely use this quick slaw recipe for other sandwiches and really enjoyed the quick barbecue sauce.
Laurie627 Posted: 04/16/12
I made exactly as written and it was super quick and delicious! It's definitely nothing fancy, but was perfect for a quick weeknight. Highly recommended.
erikisst Posted: 04/19/12
This was a pretty easy recipe to make on a weeknight and super cheap. It took longer to pull all the chicken off the bones than anything else. Get a helper and it's even faster! I used all the chicken I pulled and maybe I should have paid more attention to how much chicken that was because when I added the sauce the meat was not as saucy as I would have liked. Next time, I'll either make more bbq sauce or only add the exact amt of chicken called for. It was very tasty though! I was out of garlic powder so I added fresh garlic and it worked great. I also used the sandwich thins instead of regular hamburger buns and it was still super tasty. I would definitely make again.
carolfitz Posted: 07/18/12
Superfast. Made using leftover grilled chicken from the 4th so the meat was a little drier than rotisserie, but still pretty good. Coleslaw topper was a hit. Easy, sloppy sandwich.
DrShiva Posted: 09/16/12
Made as recipe stated and was super yum! Easy and delicious. Great for a weeknight meal or informal, quick guest dinner. Definitely making again!
steponme Posted: 02/02/13
Great sauce. I added a little less mayo and vinegar to the slaw; it went well with the barbecue chicken. The flavors married even better the next day;)
ESmith6 Posted: 02/05/14
I got home tonight and didn't feel like making what I had planned, so I searched chicken sandwiches and came up with this. I had a pound of boneless, skinless chicken breasts so I sprinkled them with salt, pepper, hot smoked paprika and garlic powder and baked them. When they were just about done I shredded the chicken and then added it to the sauce that had been cooking for about 8 minutes. I cooked it another 10 minutes or so and served it on buns. I skipped the slaw since I didn't have it in the house. The sauce had a great tang to it. Anyway, I recommend it!