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Rotisserie chickens can be found at just about every supermarket these days. Quick, convenient, and without too many additional additives makes them a good choice for a mostly home-cooked meal. And usually, you will have some left-overs.
A BBQ chicken sandwich made with the left-over chicken is a no-brainer, adding a few embellishments makes it a treat. Better, faster, easier and cheaper than fast food.
The BBQ sauce you use is up to you, you can use your favorite store bought brand or make it yourself. When I don’t make my own, Lindy’s Favorite BBQ Sauce, I like Bullseye Original. But there are many brands to choose from, with so many different flavor profiles. Sweet, honey, spicy.
For a quick dinner, I like to put some French’s Fried Onions on top. But when I have time, I caramelize some myself. Caramelizing onions is not difficult, but it is a bit time-consuming because it’s necessary to do it slowly, over a low flame, to allow the flavor to develop.
And I just love the smell of slow-cooked onions!
As far as the carcass is concerned…soup anyone?
Put the chicken in a saute pan, add the BBQ sauce; heat.Toast the buns under the broiler, if desired. Top buns with chicken mixture and pile a mound of french fried onions on top. Add one, or more of
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