Use a stand mixer with the paddle attachment.
Just throw boneless cooked chicken (warm or cold) into the bowl and turn the mixer on high.
The quickest and easiest way to make chicken pot pie or chicken enchiladas!
Here is my recipe for chicken pot pie in which I bake chicken on the bone, but if you’re short on time, try boneless chicken breasts that have been poached and shredded.
Check out this blog for tons of great ideas on using shredded chicken.
Shred cooked boneless pork with this same method and turn leftovers into BBQ pulled pork sandwiches.
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i am kind of partial to my 15 minute with a fork shred. 😉
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I too usually use two forks. Will have to try this.
I do this all the time and I LOVE it!! Always hated taking the time with the forks 🙂
I love this series so much! Never done this, but I surely will from now on! Bet it will work great for pulled pork, too.
So smart – I'm the idiot who has always sat there and hand shredded chicken – never thought of a shortcut like this!!
Cool! never knew this, thank you!
I've always been a hand shredder, too ~ I'm so doing this! Thanks!
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