Friday, January 1, 2010

Hot Chicken Dip


Happy New Year 2010!  It's been a busy holiday and I'm still traveling visiting family.  Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday with their family and friends.  I wanted to share this dip recipe that came from my nephew Ryan.  If you are looking for a different dip recipe that is perfect for those sports gatherings (like a Superbowl party), then you need to give this one a try.  I also wanted to remind everyone that my Kraft Foods Gift Basket Giveaway ends today at 11:00pm Central Time.  Click here to still enter.  I will randomly pick a winner on Sunday, January 3rd, 2010.


Hot Chicken Dip
Recipe shared by my nephew, Ryan Adams (original source unknown)

(Printable recipe) 

Ingredients 

1 pound of Deli Chicken Tenders from your grocery store at the Deli counter (or pound of boiled chicken or cooked bagged chicken tenders or chicken breasts from the frozen section) 

Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing Sauce (or your favorite hot sauce)

8 ounce package of cream cheese - softened

1/2 cup of ranch dressing or blue cheese dressing

shredded sharp cheddar cheese - 1/2 cup or a little more as desired
 


Directions

Chop chicken in small bite size pieces.  Mix the chicken with Frank's hot sauce just so the chicken pieces are orange in color.  Add softened cream cheese and mix.
  Add in dressing and mix.  Taste and add more hot sauce if needed.
  Put in
baking dish and top with shredded cheese (around 1/2 cup or so).  Bake for 25 minutes at 350 degrees.  Serve with pita chips, bagel chips, tortilla chips or even eaten on its own.

 



We ate the hot chicken dip with pita chips.
 



Enjoy!



Mom's Cooking Club Lesson:  To soften cream cheese easily and quickly, place cream cheese in microwavable bowl and microwave for 10-15 seconds or until soft.  Microwave for 10 second intervals if needed.



8 comments:

Lisa said...

Happy New Year! I love this dip and had some at a party last night.

HoneyB said...

Happy New Year Jamie!

I love this dip! When I make it I use blue cheese though instead of ranch - but I am sure its good both ways!

Bellini Valli said...

Happy New Year to you and your family Jamie as we welcome in the new decade.

Kathleen said...

Oh wow this sound sooo good!

Aggie said...

Oh man this looks good! I've never had it before...but I love everything in it! So happy to have spent time with you all this week!

Jason's BBQ Adventures said...

Sounds magnificent!

Laura said...

Making it right now for tonight's Ntl. Championship Game . smells GREAT ! Roll Tide :)
did i say that ???

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