Recipe – BBQ pulled chicken

Dear Reader, the nights are drawing in and the temperature is dropping. I am a summer person at heart and I love the beach, but autumn and winter do have two amazing things going for them:

  1. Comfort food.
  2. Clothes that hide the fact that you’ve been eating comfort food for six long, dark months.

To celebrate, I give you my BBQ pulled chicken, which is rich, tangy and astoundingly easy. Enjoy!


Shot showing all the ingredients for this recipe.

Throw this all in a pot and win.

For the sweet and tangy BBQ sauce

And two free-range chicken breasts.


Shot showing the BBQ sauce in the cooking pot, with two chicken breasts nestled within.

See them hiding in there, like delicious BBQ hippopotamuses?

In a large oven-proof dish with a lid (preferably Le Creuset because I’m a massive snob), combine all the above listed ingredients and stir thoroughly. See, I told you this was easy. Then, place your organic chicken breasts in the dish, ensure that they’re covered with the sauce. Place the dish in a preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius and cook for 1 and a half hours.

Go do something exciting, like read a book or drink wine.

Shot showing the chicken now shredded.

Shred it like Kirk Hammett.

After one and a half hours, remove the dish and take out the chicken breasts. This should all be smelling way too good for something that required so little work. Shred your chicken breasts with two forks. While your meat rests for a second, get out a stick blender and blend the sauce in the dish until smooth. CONGRATULATIONS, YOU JUST MADE BBQ SAUCE. Return the meat to the sauce and place back in the oven for a further 15 minutes.

Shot showing the finished diish served with wild rice, carrots and broccoli.

Delish, easy and virtuous. Aren’t you clever?

When ready, serve a generous dollop of your BBQ pulled chicken over rice and vegetables. Or, get extra brownie points and serve it in burritos or fajitas.

Congratulations, you are #WINNING like Charlie Sheen!


  1. Kate

    I made this!! And it was flippin amazing!
    It was super easy to make, even a 38 week pregnant lady (me) can do it!
    The prep for the dish is non existant. I seriously just chucked everything in the dish, stirred then hid the chicken in it. Brilliant! Unfortunately I can’t drink wine while it cooks, so i napped instead. Win!
    An hour and a half later the chicken was so tender and easy to shred and smelled sooooo good! My husby thought I must have worked really hard on something that delicious smelling so he offered to make the rice and veggies – back to the couch I go for the last 15mins of cooking! Double win!
    Once served it was basically inhaled by husby and I. My 6 year old, despite saying it was a little spicy, scarfed it too. WINNING!
    And only 1 pot to clean up! Oh. And and the mess I made with the stick blender.
    Will definitely pull out this recipe again, especially when I wanna look like I can actually cook!

    • tiffany

      HOORAY!!! I am so pleased that you enjoyed it! 😀

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