Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Po' Mans BBQ Chicken Sandwich

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Is it hot enough where you are at? Here in Texas it has been so hot and muggy. Today, nearly 100 degrees. Subscribe by email and never miss a post.

BBQ!... I'm there! I love a good BBQ anytime. There is no such thing as a bad BBQ. BBQ is pretty much heaven on a bun. Every region has their own way of BBQ. The recipe I have for you today is a bit different from the usual BBQ. Quick and easy. I added liquid smoke... love it!

The power of kindness
It’s easy to act with kindness and understanding toward those who have been kind to you. Yet the real power of kindness comes when you give it even to those who don’t deserve it.

Acting with cruelty in response to cruelty only drags down everyone involved. With kindness, you have the opportunity to lift up yourself and others. Being kind does not mean allowing others to take advantage of you. On the contrary, your kindness can give you the positive, undeniable power to make sure that everyone’s best interests are served.

Yes, there are those who will not respond well to your kindness. Act toward them with kindness and understanding anyway, and even though they won’t benefit from your kindness, you yourself still will.

Think of your kindness toward others as a valuable gift you give mainly to yourself. If anyone else is enlightened enough to accept and appreciate it too, that makes it even better.

Po' Mans BBQ Chicken Sandwich
Copyright 2011 Christine's Pantry. All rights reserved.

Ingredients:
2 cans chicken breast, drained
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/2 garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon liquid smoke
1 bottle honey BBQ sauce
4 toasted onion buns

Directions:
In a bowl, add chicken, garlic powder, liquid smoke, salt and pepper. Drizzle BBQ sauce over chicken Mix together. Add chicken to buns. Enjoy!





26 comments:

  1. looks delicious :P. We have it aswell pretty hot here in middle of Europe.

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  2. Looks delicious and easy! A summer favorite!

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  3. SOunds easy enough to put together, looks delicious too:D and yes a little kindness shown goes a long way:)

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  4. so so so so yummy.... but i have to let it pass hehe.. maybe i'll make some for my sisters but not for me... but then again i might be tempted to have a bite...

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  5. I couldn't agree more - we all need more kindness in our lives, and the best way to get it is to give it! And BBQ never hurts...

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  6. Ohh BBQ is the best..can't go wrong with it!:))
    This is great recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. lucky you that BBQ season has started. Enjoy every moment. I have a slightly different takeon the kindness issue ... there should be no reason to stop to think if someone deserves your kindness or not ... just be kind and generous whenever possible, the world will be a better place in general.

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  8. Looks wonderful, thanks for sharing with us!

    Poverty Poems

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  9. Yummy! I love anything with bbq sauce! :) Looks fabulous... we are feeling the heat here too... But I am sure that great sandwich made you feel a lot better! :) The thoughts on kindness are beautiful too!

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  10. Great way to use canned chicken- I guess you could also use one of those rotisserie chickens from the grocery store. The liquid smoke is a secret weapon!

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  11. It's a heat wave here in NYC. It's too hot to cook. Wish I had a BBQ.

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  12. Summer is the perfect time for BBQ. You can never go wrong with it, I think!

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  13. Hi Tracy Wood, you could use rotisserie chicken. Yummy!

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  14. Great recipe, thank you for sharing. Have a great day. (We have heat wave here)

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  15. I love BBQ! This is a great way to jazz up canned chicken.

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  16. Makes me miss those shredded BBQ brisket sandwiches I used to get at the county fair every summer when I was growing up. :)

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  17. Hi Tori, I miss the BBQ sandwiches and other county fair food too. I know what you mean. Thanks for stopping by.

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  18. It has been raining here....so actually it's pretty comfortable and lovely even it's supposed to be SUMMER!
    The sandwich looks mouthwatering!

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  19. Yeah, it's plenty hot! Wonderful sandwich.

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  20. Such a nice message, Christine...I love that kindness is referred to as a gift to yourself :)

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  21. Hi Christine :-) Thank you for following! I've returned the favor. Love the history lesson on the casseroles. And, you are so right about kindness!! Just wish my hubby's ex-wife would figure that out... Oh, well. Kate@kateiscooking

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  22. Burger with BBQ meat... sounds awesome! I am loving it. Thanks.
    Kristy

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  23. Great advice, and what a delicious sounding recipe! Thank you for visiting The 21st Century Housewife's Kitchen, and for your kind comment! Please do feel very welcome to link up at Feed Me Tweet Me Follow Me Home - we'd love to have you :) Have a great weekend! By the way, you can also find me at my main blog http://21stcenturyhousewife.com

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  24. Hi 21st Century Housewife, thanks so much! I do appreciate it. Thanks for stopping by.

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