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This is the best Barbeque Chicken Recipe i have ever tasted. The whole Family Loves it Thank you for such a new and interesting way to fix chicken. Served with baked potato and broccoli and cheddar pasta.
I double up everything for my family of 6 & toss it all in the slow cooker. I use boneless skinless chicken thighs & serve over rice. Leftovers are great as shredded BBQ chicken sandwiches the next day.
I'll be honest the only reason I rated this so high is because the recipe for the BBQ sauce is so darn good. That's not to say this is bad it's just that for me I prefer BBQ chicken on an actual barbecue. As other reviewers have noted while the chicken does indeed come out "fall off the bone" tender it comes at a cost. Namely it is swimming in the sauce and in my opinion tastes more boiled then barbecued. Speaking of the sauce however...it is an EXCELLENT sauce. I've never made a homemade BBQ sauce before...I usually buy Sweet Baby Ray's bottled sauce which is also excellent. This sauce compares VERY well with a store-bought sauce AND it's easy to make. I only made three changes/additions to this: 1) I doubled the recipe as it wasn't very much and next time I may triple or quadruple it. 2) I only added 1 TBS of water as other reviewers mentioned it being runny. 3) I added 1 1/2 TBS of Tomato Paste. I did this because I noticed most bottled BBQ sauces contain this ingredient. I then followed the original directions and cooked it on the stove for 15 minutes and the sauce came out AMAZING. I think that's one of the keys...a lot of reviewers are skipping the cooking of the sauce and putting it right on the chicken which I think is a mistake. As for the chicken itself I personally like a crispy skin on my BBQ Chicken so this did not turn out well. I do however think this sauce would be AMAZING on an actual barbecue. I also think that if you used this cook
I think everyone agrees the sauce is too thin. I read the reviews before making the dish so I changed the recipe to try and help. Therefore the original recipe is not a good one but even the modified recipe was only so-so. Of course the meat falls off the bone. If you bake most meat with enough liquid for an hour and a half it's bound to be tender. Sometimes I wonder who writes all of the reviews because I have found only a handful of recipes online that I would truly rave about. Many are disappointing.
I was impressed by this recipe - delicious! Taste was on point but only thing I did different was double the sauce (for 8 chicken thighs) and omit the water. I did however add about 1/8 cup water mixed with cornstarch to the sauce to thicken it. I poured about half the sauce over the chicken to begin with and during the last 15 minutes of baking (when the cover is off) I basted the chicken with the rest of the sauce. This gave it the PERFECT touch and was a crucial step to having great BBQ chicken. I will definitely make this again!
Have made this many times as is. Yesterday I played with it. Cut water by half upped ketchup to 4 T and added 1 t each of onion and garlic powder. Instead of cooking sauce I put chicken and sauce into a ziplock and let it marinate about 5 hours. Dumped it into baking dish and baked. I baked uncovered and by the time the chicken was done the sauce was just the right thickness. Flipped the chicken quite a few times during cooking. Will try adding a bit of liquid smoke next time. Great as is but fun to play with too. Update: I doubled sauce and as I was cooking (this time) it I decided to simmer the chicken (4 thighs) in the sauce stovetop instead of using the oven. Worked great. I strained the sauce after removing chicken and reduced till nice and thick. I love playing with this today I added 1 t. liquid smoke and 1 t. molasses. Try using the BBQ sauce as a gravy on whipped potatoes. On my short list of last meals.