Buffalo Chicken Dip
I pray that you lot too yours enjoyed a beautiful Christmas together. Just a few to a greater extent than days until the celebrations of the New Year's Day are underway, thence I idea I'd offering upwards this hot too gooey Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe for consideration on your New Year's Eve snack table. It would, also, last perfect to sit down out spell watching a game on t.v. or having a pic nighttime curled upwards on the couch!
I took this to the Christmas Eve political party at my husband's grandmother's household this year. Everyone brings snacks to munch on spell nosotros picket on equally Santa makes an appearance - much to all of the kids' please - too the adults accept a "White Elephant" gift swap.
Something awesome virtually this dip is that it tin last prepped inwards advance, thence baked when you're develop to serve it.
1 pound (or so) of shredded, cooked chicken (a couplet of breasts operate great!)
1/2 loving cup (or so) of Frank's Red Hot Sauce
1/2 stick butter, melted
8 ounces cream cheese (at room temperature)
1 loving cup Mexican-blend shredded cheese
3/4 cup ranch dressing (bottled)
Scallions or chives, sliced (for garnish)
Tortilla or corn chips for dipping
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Combine hot sauce too melted butter. Combine the hot sauce too butter mixture alongside the shredded chicken. (I used the thorax meat from a store-bought rotisserie chicken.) Set aside.
Spread the cream cheese inwards an fifty-fifty layer inwards a pocket-size casserole dish or loaf pan.
Top the cream cheese alongside the coated chicken.
Sprinkle on the shredded cheese.
Drizzle the ranch dressing over the shredded cheese.
Bake for xx - 25 minutes or until hot too bubbly.
Garnish alongside around sliced scallions or chives.
Serve alongside tortilla or corn chips. I, also, serve alongside around celery too carrot sticks.
NOTE: If you lot similar the gustation of blueish ("bleu") cheese alongside buffalo chicken, blueish cheese crumbles tin last added inwards alongside the shredded cheese or sprinkled on move past times earlier or subsequently baking.