This is one of my original. Ingredients measures listed are approximate. You will need 1 bar shot glass per person. Will wakeup your taste buds! The hot sauce used can be found here: http://www.buffalowildwings.com/ I have sent this recipe to BWW to add to their menu. SOURCE SHADOWS The nutritional info will be incorrect for this since it keeps listing "buffalo" as an ingredient instead of the sauce. Note: the granulated garlic spread evenly over the hot sauce keeps the blue cheese dressing from sinking into the hot sauce. updated 4/6/2007 - Shadows
- 1 1⁄2 tablespoons buffalo wing sauce (I use buffalo wild wings classic)
- 1 pinch granulated garlic
- 2 tablespoons kraft roka blue cheese dressing
- pretzel stick, thin for dipping, As required
- Place the hot sauce in bottom 3rd of shot glass.
- Add granulated garlic.
- Top with blue cheese dressing.
- Serve with thin pretzel sticks.
- Will wakeup your taste buds!
What a brilliant idea! We absolutely loved this simple dip, and serving it in shot glasses makes for a fun presentation. As I started writing this review, I realized it will appear I can't even follow a recipe as simple as this one, as I did make a few changes. :) Rather than the commercially-prepared sauce and dressing recommended, I used Best Buffalo Wing Sauce!! and Blue Cheese Dressing. I was afraid the sauce was thinner and the dressing thicker than the ones recommended so, as you will notice in the photo, I put the dressing on the bottom and the sauce on the top. (Since I don't usually take photos of recipes if I have obviously altered the recipe or presentation, I asked Chef Shadows prior to submitting the photo and he graciously gave his permission. :)) We got a bit piggish while eating our dip and switched from the pretzel sticks to pretzel crisps, which held a lot more dip. :) Although I am definitely partial to pretzels, I think celery sticks would be a nice dipping option for those so inclined, since they are often served with Buffalo wings. I think Buffalo Wild Wings should certainly take your suggestion of adding your recipe to their menu. Thanks for sharing it with us!
Excellent. I made is upside down too, but I had Frank's hot sauce instead of BWW, which is a tad thicker. The Kraft blue cheese is a little blah after tasting it, so I added a squirt of ranch and a dash of black pepper. I am going to go cut up some celery for it now too. I think this works for my dipping sauce for regular chicken tenders, w/o the mess of wings. Thanks Shadow.
After seeing Gayla J's photo on this recipe I knew I had to try it. This simple recipe was a definite hit and I loved the presentation. It goes together in minutes from prepared items and tastes terrific if you like spicy foods. I served with the pretzel sticks and also added some thin cut vegetable sticks: celery, carrots, and zucchini. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe!