Low And Slow Pulled Balsamic And Cherry Tomato Chicken

Low And Slow Pulled Balsamic And Cherry Tomato Chicken

Low And Slow Pulled Balsamic And Cherry Tomato Chicken 

Cooking low and slow is my favorite method of cooking I love the smell that goes through the house and the taste always seems so much richer me.

This slow cooked chicken is an easy and super tasty recipe, its also a great left over meal that can also be done in the slow cooker.

You can serve this how it is and its perfect for the paleo’s  out there, or you can put it on a crusty bum add some shredded cheese and melt into happiness!


1kg chicken thigh fillets

1 large onion diced

3 garlic cloves minced

1 tbs olive oil

2o cherry tomatoes cut in half

1 8 oz  jar of tomato sauce (homemade sauce if you have time)

3/4 cup balsamic vinegar

pinch salt and pepper

1 tsp brown sugar


Preheat oven to 325

Place chicken into a large baking pan

In a large skillet, sauté onion and garlic in olive oil over medium heat until tender about 3 minutes, add tomato sauce, brown sugar,balsamic,salt and pepper  and mix together for 2 min.

Pour over tomato mixture and toss to coat the chicken adding cherry tomatoes

 Cover and bake for 2 hour or until chicken is very tender take cover off and cook for another 30 min

Using 2 forks shred chicken and mix through tomato sauce.



Pulled Balsamic chicken and cherry tomato chicken - this recipe is more delicious than it looks. It'll leave you drooiling and wanting more. The taste of the chicken is just phenomenal.


jennifer rice

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