½ btl. G. Hughes® Sugar Free Barbecue Sauce (various flavors available at WalMart)
6 King's Hawaiian Hamburger or Dinner Rolls (optional)
Skin the Chicken, de-bone it, remove any fat and shred the meat.
Put all the meat in a crock pot.
Add the Barbecue Sauce (about 9 oz.) to the pot.
Heat on medium, stirring occasionally.
Spoon out the mixture onto each roll if making sandwiches.
"King's Hawaiian" - Started in 1950 in Hilo, HI, by Robert Taira, a Japanese immigrant, at his store, Robert's Bakery. The recipe is actually a variation of Portuguese Bread. In 1963 it moved to King Street in Honolulu and the bakery changed it's name to King's Bakery. In 1977, Robert constructed a 24,000 sq.-ft. production bakery in Torrance, CA. and changed the name to King's Hawaiian Bakery. Today, Robert's son, Mark Taira, is CEO and the business has 14 family members working there. Products are distributed nation-wide now.