Buffalo Wing Dip
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 2 hours
I made this for a Christmas munchy. I couldn't have asked for anything easier. I had cooked the chicken a couple of days before and just hid it in the fridge. Did have to leave out the blue cheese since my daughter doesn't like it. Also didn't have a green o onion. Next time I may add more wing sauce since I like more heat. But overall, it was good and very easy to make.
Anyone from the ANY area knows that ranch dressing, cheddar cheese and a few other ingredients makes it anything BUT a REAL Buffao-STYLE product. Try changing the recipe to use the REAL ingredients: Blue cheese, blue-cheese dressing, Frank's hot sauce(for Buffalo -style wing sauce), etc!! I appreciate your take on it, but first and foremost, Buffalos don't have wings!! I am going to change the recipe and see how much better it'll taste!!
Loved this recipe! The crowd devoured it at our potluck dinner!
Love it! I often get asked to bring this dish to potlucks at work and there are never leftovers to take home! AND everyone always asks for the recipe!
Very good. Just the right amount of heat. I reheated the le4ftovers and served them over baked potatoes. Good that way too.
I'm the first to admit I'm not a big fan of wing sauce, but we loved this dip! I didn't have time to use my slow cooker, so I baked it in the oven instead. The only thing I did differently was to mix all the ingredients together instead of layering and it came out great. It was a hit on Super Bowl Sunday! Great with tortilla chips, cracker or celery sticks. Everyone loved it!
Very good! I did swap the blue cheese for cheddar - everyone loved it!
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This was a solid dish to make for family. Served with crackers, veggies and slices of garlic bread. Used precooked cubed chicken, which made the recipe quick to put together. Was good, but family didn't rave....for sure a good dish to make for a party though. Would make again.