My family loves this treat made this way. The spices may be downplayed for those whose tastebuds like the milder versions by decreasing the cayenne and red pepper sauce, but sometimes we use even more of those! Great snack to keep around during the holidays.
Not your ordinary snack mix! A BIG, BOLD FLAVOR just like the State of Texas! This can be doubled, tripled or quadrupled successfully. You can also add other ingredients, just keep the proportion of spicy butter to the dry ingredients the same as in the recipe. I usually add goldfish crackers to mine.
I first tried this buffalo chicken wing dip at my neighbor's picnic. A friend of theirs brought it and we munched on it all night til it was gone! I love this recipe for picnics, potlucks and tailgate parties. It's a much less messy way of enjoying chicken wings. My oldest son loves it. You can make it as spicy hot as you want...or leave it mild. It's best served warm, but you can also eat it cool.
from food preservation yahoo group.
Here's a clone recipe that gets one very important
ingredient from another packaged product. The powdered
cheese included in the Kraft instant macaroni & cheese
kits flavors this homegrown version of the popular bright
orange crackers. You'll need a can of Kraft Macaroni &
Cheese Cheese Topping or two boxes of the most inexpensive
instant variety of macaroni & cheese; you know, the kind
with the cheese powder. Two boxes will give you enough
cheese to make 300 crackers. As for the macaroni left over
in the box, just use that for another recipe requiring elbow
Adapted from a recipe on the Nesco Dehydrators website. This is a basic recipe and I'm not sure yet how many batches of it are needed to fill up a roll-up dehydrator sheet. Two batches didn't fill it up and my "roll-ups" came out lacy. But still good and gobble-worthy. The website says the sheets will hold 3 cups worth.