Crock-Pot® Slow Cooked Pulled Chicken
6-7 hours LOW / 4-5 hours HIGH
1.4kg skinless, boneless chicken thighs
45ml cider vinegar
5g chipotle paste
30g tomato puree
30ml worcestershire sauce
1 large online, finely chopped
3 garlic cloves, finely chopped
10g smoked paprika
1. Put all the ingredients (except the chicken) into the Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker pot. Stir them together by hand until a smooth sauce is formed. Add the chicken thighs coating them in the sauce.
2. If using the Crock Pot ® AutoStir Slow Cooker fit the stirring paddle to the AutoStir attachment then place the lid onto the Crock-Pot ® AutoStir Slow Cooker pot. Then activate the stirring function by pressing the AutoStir standby button.
3. Cook on low for 6-7 hours or high for 4-5 hours. After cooking has finished, the chicken should be easy to pull apart. To shred the chicken more, press the quick stir button as necessary or alternatively use 2 forks to easily shred. Thicken the sauce if required.
4. Serve with sliced jalapenos and coleslaw on crusty rolls, or serve with rice or mashed potato.
It’s safe to say that pulled pork is one of the hottest ingredients on the block right now – with everyone from street food vendors and bars, through to fancy restaurants and Michelin star chefs jumping on the bandwagon and creating their own interpretation of the dish.
This Crock-Pot Slow Cooked Pulled Chicken recipe offers a delicious twist on the pulled pork trend, replacing the pork with succulent chicken for a tasty alternative.
The perfect family friendly mid-week dish or quick dinner party main, you won’t believe how easy and affordable this recipe is! Simply put all of the ingredients into your Crock-Pot, mix them all together, and leave it to cook for 6-7 hours on low or 4-5 hours on high. Then simply shred the chicken (this should be nice and easy after it’s been cooking away for so long) thicken the sauce if necessary, and serve.
There are so many ways to serve this versatile dish – try it with sliced jalapenos and coleslaw on crusty rolls, or serve with rice or mashed potato, the options truly are endless! However you choose to serve it, trust us, this pulled chicken dish will be a hit with all the family.