This is a 10-star dip for sure! It definitely reminded me of buffalo chicken. I used canned chicken, as directed in the recipe; it is softer than chopped chicken and made the dip really easy to scoop onto the tortilla chip dippers I used. We finished the entire batch of dip in about 10 minutes -- it is just fantastic and we'll definitely be having it often! This is a must-try recipe!!
WOW! I would like to be hanging around your house when you get a craving! This would definitely quench a need for hot wings and dip. I don't like canned chicken meat so I chopped up a cooked chicken breast and it was perfect. I skipped the butter and used low fat cheese and bleu cheese dressing. I used mutligrain melba toast. Made for New Kids On The Block tag game. Thanks Pink Diamond! :)
This is so yummy. This will be a classic here. I used light cream cheese. I had only cheddar cheese so that's what I used. I used the same amount of cooked chicken, chopped very finely. It's very thick that way but still yummy. We ate it with baked tortilla chips. Thanks Pink :) Made for PRMR tag game
I had to improvise a little here...we don't get Frank's hot sauce here in Oz ( not that I've seen anyway!), so I subbed Tabasco and just decreased the amount. I 'm also with my pal Nif on this one and used very finely chopped chicken breast rather than canned,which was just fine.
This went really well with roasted garlic bagel chips and a cold glass of bubbly...
Woooo, this has quite a kick to it! Next time I might cut back on the hot sauce by a couple Tbsp, not that the heat level kept me from eating it this time, I just didn't eat as much as I might have otherwise (which, now that I think about it, might not be such a bad thing!) I didn't have quite enough mozzarella so used jack cheese to make up the difference. I also left out the butter when I discovered I was out of butter! I used homemade blue cheese dressing, Blue Cheese Dressing and instead of canned chicken I used the equivalent weight of shredded white meat from a supermarket roasted chicken. This is delish! Thanks for sharing!