Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Buffalo Chicken Dip

My mother-in-law made this for a baby shower the other day and I loved it so I went home and tried it out myself. It's super easy and my hubby loved it too!
This recipe is derived from Franks Redhot Buffalo Chicken Dip, but I changed it up a bit - no surprise there.

Buffalo Chicken Dip

8oz Cream cheese (softened)
1/2 cup Ranch dressing
2 Tbsp Franks Redhot Sauce (the more the spicier) (You can use any hot sauce I'm sure.)
1 cup shredded Monterrey Jack or Mozzarella cheese (I've used both - yes, I've made it more than once in the last 3 days!)
1 13oz can Chicken breast

Heat oven to 400 degrees.
Soften cream cheese in microwavable mixing bowl. Mix in ranch dressing, hot sauce, and shredded cheese. Drain the chicken and stir into cheese mixture. Put mix into a 6 cup baking dish (6inx8inx2in). Bake for 15 minutes. You can serve this with tortilla chips or toasted bread (like I used with my spinach dip).

4 comments:

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