If you’re looking for a fantastic quick and easy BBQ chicken sandwich, you can’t go wrong with this Smoky Applewood with Bacon BBQ Chicken Sandwich Recipe. It’s super easy, and I’m excited to be working with McCormick on another recipe featuring their fabulous skillet sauces. This time we’re going to be using the McCormick Smoky Applewood BBQ with Bacon Skillet Sauce, and it’s super yummy! Plus, you can create so many other amazing BBQ chicken recipes with the McCormick Smoky Applewood BBQ with Bacon Skillet Sauce. We’re just a family who LOVES a good BBQ chicken sandwich!
Doesn’t it look super yummy?
Smoky Applewood with Bacon BBQ Chicken Sandwich Recipe
- One package of Smoky Applewood BBQ with Bacon Skillet Sauce (McCormick)
- 1 Tbsp. Coconut oil (you can use vegetable oil if you prefer)
- 1-2 pound boneless skinless chicken breast (halved)
- 1 small white onion
- Dash of salt
- Favor buns, rolls, or bread
Let’s start cooking this delicious Smoky Applewood with Bacon BBQ Chicken Sandwich Recipe
- Remove any fat from chicken breasts.
- Place chicken in a large pot, fill with water, so it’s covering the chicken, add a dash of salt, and bring to a boil on high heat. Once the water begins to boil, reduce to medium heat and allow chicken to boil until cooked (For faster-cooking time cut chicken into thin slices.)
- Remove from heat, drain water and allow chicken to cool.
- Once the chicken is cool enough to touch, using hands shred chicken.
- Stir in Smoky Applewood BBQ with Bacon Skillet Sauce over the chicken. You can do this while the chicken is still in the bowl or in a pan because you’ll still need to simmer for about 5 minutes.
- Simmer Chicken & Smoky Applewood BBQ with Bacon Skillet Sauce for 5 and make sure all chicken is cooked through.
- Place the super yummy BBQ chicken on your favorite style of bun and enjoy.
This is a super easy and totally yummy BBQ Chicken Sandwich and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Thanks to McCormick we have been able to create several fabulous recipes in less time without losing any flavor.