Pepsi Chicken

Pepsi Chicken Recipe

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Edminister Amanda

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@AlitteBammmgoseAlongWays

When I was traveling with the fair, I was able to make this Pepsi Chicken, in a large skillet over a gas burner on the BBQ grill. I made some $ that day. EVERY ONE wanted some, that was around my camp site. Also my step Mother who had us 6 kids made this for our family!! Cheep,Quick and easy.
I use the sauce from the cooked chicken on my mash potatoes!! Yumm

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Serves:
At 3 Pieces (16 piece pkg)Per Adult- 5 Serv.
Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
1 Hr

Ingredients

How to Make Pepsi Chicken

Step-by-Step

  1. Rinse raw chicken with water
  2. Set aside rinsed chicken
  3. Place Skillet/Pot on Medium heat (Electric or Gas burners will work)Their is NO NEED TO HEAT THIS UP!
  4. Empty 1 bottle of Original(your fav. brand) BBQ sauce, into the Skillet/Pot
  5. Poor 1 Can of Pepsi (Diet or regular)into the BBQ sauce
  6. Mix until even consistency.
  7. Place in rinsed chicken, a couple pieces at a time while basting each piece with sauce.
  8. Let the chicken cook until it boils. Stir often!
  9. When you see the chicken coming away from the bone (falling off) the chicken is done!

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About Pepsi Chicken

Course/Dish: Chicken Other Sauces
Other Tag: Quick & Easy




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