Another Recipe...

My daughter loves Buffalo Chicken...not hot wings or anything like that, but if there's a hot 'n spicy chicken sandwich on any menu, that's what she'll go for. I've done my share of trying to "do it myself", but until this recipe came along, I was a failure. A friend pointed it out in a recent magazine...Kentucky Monthly. Here it is...Buffalo Chicken Dip

5 boneless skinless chicken breasts, cooked and shredded
1 bottle Tabasco sauce (the smallish one)
2 8 oz. pks. cream cheese
2 cups shredded Monterey Jack cheese
1 cup finely chopped celery
1 cup Ranch (or Bleu Cheese) dressing.

Shred the chicken, pour the Tabasco over it and let it marinate. Mix in the softened cream cheese, the shredded cheese, celery, and the dressing. Mix together and bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Serve with Frito Big Dippers or other corn chips.

It seems like every recipe I come across is loaded with fat...but this is so good. Walk extra, do more stretches...anything to compensate for the calories in this dip! It's that good.


Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

Well that sounds yummy! A tip to the actual "Buffalo" sauce. It was created in Buffalo, NY. And the original hot sauce they used is "Franks". I didn't realize there was a difference, until one of my sons told me. I tried it and yep! It does make a difference..

black eyed susans kitchen said...

I have a house full of chicken wing lovers. thank you so much for this recipe. I will be trying it this weekend. It will be a big surprise for them. Susan

bj said...

Yummy...that sounds so good...I will try it, for sure. We all love hot wings! Thanks much.

Anonymous said...

Oh yum! Thanks for the recipe. I'll keep and try it for New Years Eve.


Bristol said...

my sister in law made that this summer on vacation, it was very good. the kids loved it. i am typing with a sleeping boy on my lap. i am going to lebonan on tues. yeah!!

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