Sunday, August 11, 2013

Slow Cooker Coffee-Chipotle Pulled Chicken Roll-Ups from The Perfect Pantry

Slow Cooker Coffee-Chipotle Pulled Chicken Roll-Ups
Slow Cooker Coffee-Chipotle Pulled Chicken Roll-Ups are a perfect summer dinner and using the slow cooker will keep your kitchen cool!  (Photo from The Perfect Pantry.)

This recipe for Slow Cooker Coffee-Chipotle Pulled Chicken Roll-Ups from The Perfect Pantry has all the components that I think make a perfect Slow Cooker Summer Dinner.  First, chicken thighs cook in the slow cooker with flavors like coffee, chipotle, rice vinegar, hot sauce, and chili powder.  Then the spicy chicken is pulled apart and rolled up in tortillas with lettuce and cole slaw to cool down the spicy flavors.  This recipe uses Rhode Island coffee syrup, but if you can't find that, Lydia gives an easy substitute.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Coffee-Chipotle Pulled Chicken Roll-Ups from The Perfect Pantry.

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More Ideas with Chicken in the Slow Cooker:
Chicken Tacos Classic Collection (15 Recipes) 
Chicken Fajitas from Kalyn's Kitchen
Tropical Chicken from Black Girl Chef's Whites
Tomato-Sriracha Chicken from Chicken Recipe Box
Spicy Barbecued Chicken from Skinny Ms. 

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much, Kalyn. I honestly think this pulled chicken is one of the best recipes I've made in my slow cooker!

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  2. Lydia, it certainly sounds amazing to me. So glad I can share it.

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