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Grill-lympics: BBQ Pulled Chicken Sandwiches--Smoked Flavor From the Grill

Grilling chicken on cedar planks turns out a succulent smoky chicken, perfect for BBQ sandwiches.  Chicken thighs render a good amount of tender meat, easy to pull and pair with a tangy homemade barbecue sauce. Top with coleslaw for a sweet, smoky, tangy barbecue sandwich that really satisfies those Que cravings.

Recipe Used: My own design - BBQ Pulled Chicken Sandwiches

posted in: Gallery, grilling, chicken, Grill-lympics, sandwiches, barbecue, bbq
Comments (5)

Judy_Purcell writes: FoodWonk, thanks for the feedback, really appreciate it. So glad you enjoyed this recipe, I love sharing good food! Posted: 7:24 am on August 16th

FoodWonk writes: I made this last night and they were great. I really liked the flavor the cedar plank imparted. I will be making these again. Posted: 8:47 am on August 12th

Judy_Purcell writes: FoodWonk, would love to hear how it turns out for you. Chicken thighs are great on the grill--even better over cedar! Posted: 5:10 pm on August 10th

FoodWonk writes: I am looking forward to making this this week! I love grilling chicken thighs and can't wait to put them on cedar planks. Posted: 10:54 pm on August 9th

Ziad writes: Sandwich looks great, JP! I bet it tastes just as fabulous. Thanks for posting.

Z Posted: 8:40 am on August 8th

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