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This has become a holiday standard in my family since I discovered the recipe three years ago. My brother-in-law wipes the pot clean! The teenagers also love it, and I make it when they come to visit each summer. I use Frank's Red Hot for the hot sauce, and a 12-oz bottle works just right. Thanks, Rita~!

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mensan98th November 02, 2011

The flavour of this dish is great, just like wings without the hassle. One thing I changed is the amount of hot sauce, only used about 2 oz, not sure if it is an error in the recipe but 2 1/2 bottles of Tabasco sauce seems to be extraordinarily alot.

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jswan February 03, 2011

I must have used this a dozen times for parties and every time it's a total hit every time. I changed the blue cheese to ranch and added some celery at the end for a little crunch but aside from that... perfect!

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bcaack October 30, 2010

I always make this when serving a crowd and it is a big hit. I substitute half of the blue cheese dressing with ranch dressing for a milder and tangier taste. I always use Pete's hot sauce, which seems to give this dip the perfect level of heat (I cannot eat anything TOO spicy).

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Gwenn February 14, 2010

This dip is always the #1 request for our parties. I use less blue cheese dressing than the recipe calls for, as I am not the biggest fan of blue cheese dressing. I can't say enough good about this recipe. It is an absolute must for football parties. Some might find it a bit spicy, but even they can't leave it alone.

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Scott Johnson January 16, 2010

Perfect for game day. Makes a lot of dip. I used canned chicken and it was so easy to throw together.

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Alorcoy January 01, 2010

I've made this several times for get-togethers. Last time i didn't have monterey jack cheese, so I used extra cheddar and added a shake of hot red pepper flakes. It was very spicy! I always chop my chicken; but, my advice is to chop it super small. I have made it too chunky in the past & as a result you don't get a taste of chicken in every mouthful. This is a huge hit!

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um-um-good December 26, 2009

So good. Family loved it. I made exactly as written except for all cheddar cheese ( didn't have monterey ) and also cut back Franks hot sauce to 5 ozs. Tasted just like boneless wings. I will use this on every superbowl now. I think I may use only 4 ozs of hot sauce for the "Wimps" haha. The kids ended up devouring it,,,,I guess its better cold or warm tempature. I served w/ tostitos scoops.

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Karen Guerra December 17, 2009

OUTSTANDING! Made only half the batch, and wished I had made the whole thing. NO LEFTOVERS. We are kinda wimpy when it come to spices and thought this was just perfect! Thanks for posting! Update: Made with 12 ounces of Frank's Red Hot Sauce and it was too spicy for us... I cut hot sauce back to 5 ounces (small bottle) when using Franks! This has become one of the most requested dips in my recipe book!

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MMinMI November 29, 2009

What a great idea. I didn't feel like making wings, so this was perfect. I only had a 4oz jar of hot sauce, which turned out to be too hot anyway. I use a habenero hot sauce from the mexican isle at shoprite and it is HOT! Unfortunately, my husband and I were the only ones who could handle it, so we have a lot of leftovers. I had it for lunch today with some celery sticks and my mouth was on fire! Thanks for the recipe. Next year, I'll make it with a different hot sauce.

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StrikingEyes00 February 03, 2009
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