It was a pretty rough go as far as the eating clean the past few days. I was a bit off due to my schedule at work changing and finally being able to enjoy a Sunday of NFL from my own home (How bout those Giants?). So I decided I’d map out the easiest way I’ve found to make a mass amount of pulled chicken that not will not only last for days, but is equally delicious.
The first step is obviousy going to be gathering the ingredients:
-Package of chicken breast (This one was around 4lbs and 3.6lbs after it was trimmed.)
-Apple cider vinegar (You’ll need at least a half of a cup)
-Worcestershire sauce (Unwrap the flavor.)
-2 tbsp Dijon mustard
-2 tbsp Chipotle seasoning
-2 tsp salt
-2 tsp pepper
-1 tsp basil
- Turn crockpot on high. (Its always best to start it on high and let it preheat.)
- Trim the chicken breast.
- Add approximately a 1/4 inch of apple cider vinegar into your crockpot (You may need slightly more if you’re putting a large amount of chicken in small crockpot. I’m doing the opposite.)
- Add 1 tbsp chipotle seasoning, 1 tbsp of dijon mustard, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, 4 dashes worcestershire.
- Add the trimmed chicken breast to the crockpot.
- Add 1 tbsp chipotle seasoning, 1 tbsp of dijon mustard, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, 4 dashes worcestershire, 1 tsp basil. I also added some Flavor God Pizza seasoning. (Because it makes everything taste better.)
- Splash in some apple cider vinegar so that the spice mix in.
- Continue to slow cook on high for three hours
- Turn crockpot to the low setting. Mix periodically for the next three to four hours. You’ll see the chicken start falling apart and thats the indication thats its almost fully cooked.
- Shred the chicken the rest of the way with a knife and fork
- Enjoy 🙂