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Diet Coke Chicken

 

 

 

Makes 4 servings

 

Ingredients:

 

4 skinless boneless chicken breasts

1 cup catsup

12 oz can diet cola

 

Put chicken in non-stick skillet. Pour catsup and diet cola over the top. Bring to boil.

Cover, reduce heat and cook for 45 minutes. Uncover, turn up the heat and continue to

cook until the sauce becomes thick and adheres to the chicken. It turns into the most

incredible BBQ sauce and it's only 4 points per serving. Yummm!

POINTS: 4


Kelly

 

 

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Guest christinainchicago

do you mix the ketchup and diet coke together before you poor it over the chicken?

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I just pour it all in the skillet and mix it up. I do cook my chicken first.


Kelly

 

 

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The crockpot version of this recipe is a fave in our house -except I top chicken with an onion and have always used regular coke.

Anyone else worry about heating up aspartame? I think I've read too many of those aspartame is evil chain mails!


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Has anyone ever tried this recipe with a boneless pork roast? Do you think it would make a good "pulled pork" recipe?


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My sister did try this with pork steaks and she said it was really good.

Let me know how it turns out..


Kelly

 

 

BE TRUE TO YOUR SELF.

 

SW 187.5/CW 145/GW 137

 

Wk 2 -2.6

Wk 3 -2

Wk 4 - .2

Wk 5 -2

Wk 6 -1

Wk 7 +1.8

Wk 8 -1

Wk 9 -1

Wk 10 +.6

Week 11 -.6

Week 12 -1

Week 13 Missed Meeting

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I put 2 choped onions, 1 cup catsup and 1 cup diet coke in a ot, then added a 2 lbs pork tenderloin (cut in thick slabs). I brought it to a boil, then let it simmer, covered, for 3 hours (was going to use a crockpot, but got started too late). After a couple of hours, I was able to break the shred the meat just using a wooden spoon.

 

I added a bit of chipotle sauce to taste - it came out delicious! We served it over whole wheat hamburger buns.


SW: 224 lbs

CW: 162 lbs :bcb_march

GW: 145 lbs

 

Goodbye 220's...210's...200's...190's...180's...170's...

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Has anyone ever tried this recipe with a boneless pork roast? Do you think it would make a good "pulled pork" recipe?
I actually do this as a crockpot pulled pork recipe...except I use diet root beer and slice an onion under the roast.

 

It is completely awesome. Sugarfree BBQ sauce is the issue, since DH is diabetic. There are a couple out there...one is in TX at a place called Dickey's. It rocks my socks...but alas...pretty long drive for a bottle of sauce.

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