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These are interesting. I'm not sure it's one I would love without the Cheddar cheese but with the cheese I find it pretty tasty. There is nothing here that screams at you flavor-wise but all the flavors meld together to be quite satisfying together. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
Definitely enchilada sauce rather than pizza sauce added a can of chopped green chiles and had to thicken the sauce then it was 5 stars and btw don't bother trying to pull the chicken apart with 2 forks use your potato masher. The original recipe was a good starting point.
The whole family liked it -- including the picky kids! I thought it was slightly runny though so the bun was a bit soggy so I might dial back on the sauce next time or do a better job using a slotted spoon to dish it out. Will be making this again!
I guess I really just prefer sweeter shredded meat sandwiches. These are very savory still tasted okay but found myself halfway through the sandwich getting some BBQ sauce out to dip it in. Served with pepperjack cheese sliced onion and jalapenos.
Rating: 3 stars
As written this recipe would be bland. I took the advice of others before me and added additional seasoning. Salt onion and garlic powder chili powder and cilantro and added some red hot sauce into the mixture. You would think with all of the added seasoning it would be strong but I still felt like it was missing something. I think I will attempt again but try the taco seasoning packet that another reviewer used. I believe this recipe has potential with the additional add ins.