Flavor was good, but like many CL recipes, not enough sauce. Certainly did not look like the photo. If I made this one again, I'd double the sauce. We did just use one regular sized bun vs. the slider buns. We also added a slice of tomato.
This was an option for me on the Cooking Light Diet plan. Very good. Quick and easy too! Slider buns are hard to find in my area so I used small, soft dinner rolls. Will definately make again!
With my modifications to the chicken and sauce, these were great, but still quick and simple to put together. I used half boneless chicken breast, half boneless thighs and poached them in seasoned water, then shredded; reserving the broth for the sauce. Only used half the ketchup and brown sugar and proceeded with recommended measurements for remaining sauce ingredients, but added about a 1/3 to 1/2 cup of the broth from the chicken (depending on how thin or thick you like your sauce). Served with a green mixed salad dressed with light ranch dressing.
Tried this and it was great. I also added a little more water to the sauce and now my children are asking for it again tonight.
This was a very good recipe, very quick and easy. I used red wine vinegar because I didn't have cider vinegar and it still turned out really good.
this was a great whole family recipe- i just reduced a little bit of the spices so it would be kid friendly.....we all enjoyed it!
I like this chicken, but I had to work on the sauce a little bit to get it to my liking. I like that the chicken was not drenched in the sauce. I would also not skip the bread and butter pickle on top, it was a great little add on that boosted the flavor without a ton of extra calories.
Very Tasty. I added a little extra mustard powder
After reading the other reviews, I doubled the sauce recipe and added twice as much vinegar and also added a little water to the sauce. They were tasty. Served them with caramelized onions and pickled jalapenos. Not bad for an easy weeknight dinner.
This is an easy, go-to weeknight recipe. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts which I had cooked earlier. Also, I added about 1/4 tsp. red pepper flakes.
I loved this recipe! I never thought it was so easy to make bbq sauce.. this one is delicious! I agree - the sauce is not enough. So I made some extra sauce and it turned out perfect. Loved it!
I made this with leftover roasted chicken we had on hand. I too thought there wasn't enough sauce but it was so intense in flavor and so bite size you didn't really miss it. I used potato slider buns and I couldn't find the pepperidge farm ones. I would make this again.
These were delicious. Like everyone else said, they could use a little more sauce. I don't have any other complaints though, because the sauce is truly so good!
Loved the flavor of the sauce, and I'm not usually into sweet flavors for dinner. It was an easy recipe but not really worth the 10 pts. Carb attack!
This was a very easy meal to put together, however it really wasn't anything exciting. I agree with another reviewer that there wasn't enough sauce with the chicken, but I probably ended up with more than 2 cups of shredded chicken. I probably wouldn't make again since I didn't find it all that good.
These were really yummy, I made them exactly as written. I will agree with other reviewers, the picture IS a little misleading. The chicken is a lot less saucy than it appears in the photo, but it's still good. I wouldn't change the amount of sauce, just don't expect it to look exactly like the photo. I combined the spice mixture and de-boned a rotisserie chicken ahead of time over the weekend, and this came together in minutes on a weeknight. PERFECT!
Wish I had these for SuperBowl! Wow, these were delicious! My husband's from the south and said these were some of the most yummy -- and healthy -- sliders he's ever had. My only complaint is that there is not enough sauce and I had to make some more because it was a little dry as is. I would do 1 1/2 times the recipe. The picture is misleading; you don't get that much sauce. I used brioche slider rolls. Great for a party!
Really good! I used a full rotisserie chicken, and doubled the sauce. Served w/cole slaw and used regular whole wheat buns. Did not have garlic powder, but threw in a little seasoned salt (just a touch) and it turned out well. My husband ate them up!
We doubled the sauce and used all the chicken I could pull off a small rotisserie bird. Delicious and easy! We used Orowheat thin sandwich rounds, which I toasted, and they were the perfect size with a side salad. My 10 year old son had 2!
Tasted delicious and SUPER easy to make! The portions seemed a bit small. But with a side salad, it made for a very nice meal!
These were delicious, and so easy to make. We left out the pickles (didn't have on hand) and we used potato slider buns. Will definitely make again!
The flavor of the spice combination was good, but there was definitely not enough liquid. I tried to add a bit of water to the sauce to make it work, but it just didn't. I ended up adding quite a bit of bottled bbq sauce, which totally worked. Not quite sure what to do to make it better next time--maybe doubling the sauce would work?
We had a lot of fun with this recipe. The only thing that marred it were the slider buns. The ones we got were not that good, and they would have been better slightly toasted. We opted for the dill pickles, and I also put out pepper rings. Served it with an asiany broccoli slaw. I always go a little heavier on the seasoning, because we like food with a little heat. Really good, and a great way to use up leftover chicken!
I used this sauce on smoked turkey which was a great match. Next time I will leave our the cumin as it really overpowered the rest of the ingredients.