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I made this last night and it was delicious! I, too, used Frank's brand buffalo sauce (every restaurant I've ever worked at or loved the wings from uses Frank's!). I didn't have celery salt so I skipped it but I'll try it next time. I had chicken breast cutlets so I used those and they came out so flavorful and moist. Few things: I dredged the chicken in flour before I browned it to give it a slight coating, I used REAL butter (because I think margarine is a joke), I used more sauce (enough to really coat both sides of all 8 of my cutlets), and I sprinkled them with sesame seeds (just because I see a lot of places do this with their wings so it seemed like a good idea!). Thanks for a great recipe that made my new husband think I'm some sort of a good cook!
Very good! The sauce has just the right amount of heat from the hot sauce. People should know that this is not a thick sauce that clings but rather a thin one. Also, it does not have the exact flavor of classic/traditional/original Buffalo sauce. The sauce does have a little too much celery seed for my taste, so next time I will decrease it and I will also add some salt to it.
This was sooooo good! I followed directions exactly. The only thing I did differently was double the sauce! We loved it, it tasted just like our local wing place Roosters. Next time I think I will do chicken breast strips/tenders. Thanks for an awesome recipe!
This is a very good recipe that I have been meaning to rate since I have made it 3 times already. :) The first time I made this I went exactly as the recipe says...Everyone liked it..I however did not like the celery seed...so the times after I made it I left out the celery seed and loved it! (no one even noticed) =) This is actually on my menu for dinner this week...I too doubled up on the sauce! I use Frank's Hot Wing Buffalo sauce...only because we like the taste of it better and it's a bit thicker. Great easy recipe! Thanks for sharing!
So, I made this and totally misread the instructions and ended up adding the salad dressing to the mix that was poured over the chicken! I don't like Blue Cheese, so I used light Ranch. The verdict....AMAZING...and not at all too thin. I spooned it over some brown rice; it had a marsala or curry-like feel to the dish. It definitely makes too much more sauce, but it was so good nonetheless. I kept repeating to myself: "I hope it doesn't burn". Luckily, it didn't!
I like *hot* to a small degree, so I actually used half hot sauce and half ketchup to tone down the heat, but the result was quite delicious ... this is a quick and easy recipe that my family really enjoyed. I'll definitely make it again!
Followed previous suggestions and dredged the chicken alomg with this and it was AWESOME! thanks!
I really enjoyed this recipe, so I will be making again only change I would do is doubling the sauce, but other than that it was yyuummmmyyy, thanks again for the fab post!!!!
This is a good chicken breast recipe, but unfortunately the buffalo sauce doesn't cling to the chicken, so my buffalo chicken sandwiches tasted pretty bland. I had to dip it in the sauce. I think it would've tasted better just on the plate with the sauce over it. Thanks for sharing.
I made this Sat nite because hubby was craving "bar food". He said it's a keeper! Followed recipe except celery salt. I also doubled the sauce as others advised. Frank's now has a "thick" version of their sauce and that's what I used. Will definitely make again!