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Buffalo, NY is famous for it really is Buffalo Wings. Here is often a
little distinct take over the Recipe that I want to use. This
also functions well with Ground Chicken/Turkey, as well as a
rolled Chicken Breast.
Buffalo Chicken Dip
four boneless skinless chicken breast halves,
boiled, drained and shredded with 2 forks
one (twelve ounce) bottle Frank’s Sizzling Sauce
sixteen ounces cream cheese
one (sixteen ounce) bottle Ranch dressing
1/2 cup minced celery
eight ounces shredded Monterey jack or sharp Cheddar cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Within a 13 x 9 x 2-inch baking pan, mix the shredded chicken meat
with total bottle of Frank’s hot sauce, spreading to kind an even layer.
Inside a huge saucepan in excess of medium heat, combine the cream cheese
with complete bottle of Ranch dressing, stirring until eventually smooth and scorching.
Pour evenly over the chicken mixture. Sprinkle celery over leading. Bake
uncovered for 20 minutes, then sprinkle cheese above leading and bake
uncovered for a further 15 or 20 minutes right up until just hot and bubbly.
Allow stand 10 minutes just before serving with celery sticks or any sturdy