4 Reviews

I made these for my family for a snack during the football game. They like things hot so I used one tablespoon of mayo and two tablespoons of Frank's red hot. I made five wraps. I didn't have lettuce so my youngest heated his up in the microwave. The others added cheese to theirs and heated theirs too. Everyone enjoyed these. I didn't try these because I'm not a fan of buffalo chicken.

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bmcnichol November 05, 2012

I love buffalo chicken wings and this is a fun take on that idea. I sprinkled some blue cheese in the wraps for the grownups. The mayo Franks Hot Sauce was perfect. Ingredients are spot on! I added some crumbled blue cheese in your honor Vicki ;^P A girls gotta have her cheese, right? Made for VickiJ Cook-A-Thon, September/October 2012

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour October 02, 2012

Louisiana folks love lagniappe, pronounced LAN-yap, meaning a little something extra. Like when a waiter brings you an extra dessert or something and doesn't charge you or, in this case, the extra kick of hot sauce. Well, maybe not so much the hot sauce, but the way it makes bad words roll right off my tongue. Now THAT's lagniappe. Made for PAC Spring 2010.

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gailanng March 30, 2010

I made this recipe on 2/4/10 for two events, " Afternoon Tea and Light Suppers " and for the " 8th Annual Photo Swap ". A couple of changes were made to the recipe and they are as follows, I'm wimp when it comes to hot foods so only two teaspoons of hot sauce was added to the mayo. Since all I had on hand was a bit of bagged salad mix, that was used. The coolness of the salad mix and shaved chicken blended so well with the mayo/hot sauce spread. I will so make this again. Thank you for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � February 04, 2010
Buffalo Chicken Wrap in a Snap