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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Buffalo Chicken Dip



The holidays call for parties with lots of appetizers
at Purple Chocolat Home.

This year we tried a new one that will be on the
favorite's list from now on.  We all are a little 
addicted to that savory heat of buffalo chicken wings
so when I saw a recipe for a dip
recreating those flavors in
magazine, I knew that we would be testing this
one out.
(I had never purchased this magazine before, but absolutely
loved it - of course it is all about lovely southern lady style!!!)


I did tweak the recipe just a little for convenience
and personal taste. 

Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe

2 large cooked chicken breasts, cut into small cubes
1 tsp. onion powder
1 1/2 tsp. minced garlic
5-6 oz. blue cheese (I love Boar's Head if you can find it.
We have it at Harmon's Grocery Store.)
8 oz. cream cheese, softened
8 oz. sour cream
8 oz. shredded mozzarella cheese
1/2 C. Frank's Red Hot Wings Sauce - Buffalo
(get the regular, the hot buffalo is too hot for us)

Preheat the oven to 350.  Lightly grease an 8x8 or
medium sized casserole dish. (Mine is a beautiful new treasure
that I found while treasure hunting 
at
 Home Goods this year.)
Mix everything together in a microwave safe bowl,
reserving a little of the
blue cheese.  Place the bowl in the microwave and
heat for 1-2 minute or until everything can 
stir together nicely.
Place the mixture in the dish and bake for 20  
minutes or until the cheese mix is bubbling.
Sprinkle the remaining cheese on top and bake another
5 minutes.

Serve with toasted pita triangles as I did (just cut the
pitas and spray with Pam and toast in the oven for
about 10 minutes at 350) or with crackers, or bread
cubes.  
(The family loved this so much, they ate it after in 
tortillas.)

(The original was doubled and had you cook raw
chicken in olive oil adding fresh onion and garlic.  They 
also added additional salt and red pepper.  I chose to
use cooked chicken and omitted the salt and red pepper.)

(Before baking)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   


Fabulous flavor.  Give this one a try - perfect
for New Year's or the Super bowl!


(If you can find it, give Southern Lady Magazine a try too.
The whole Holiday magazine was filled with beautiful
tablescapes, tempting recipes and Christmas decor.  
I will definitely be buying this magazine again.)

I will be posting this with


28 comments:

Marina {Yummy Mummy) said...

This looks like just the thing for a party! Happy New Year Jacqueline!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

This is my kind of dip, I'm sure it was great! Happy New Year Jacqueline:@)

Pondside said...

Oh my goodness, but everything tells me that this will be a hit at my house!

Kate said...

This looks wonderful....will have to try it out.
Happy New Year!

scrambledhenfruit said...

This sounds really good- and it's just in time for New Year's parties too. I love your version, as it sounds quick and easy as well! :)

Pattie @ On Hollyhock Farm said...

Here I am, in Buffalo!
we make chicken wing dip CONSTANTLY!
But we don't add all that cheese. I am going to try this recipe! My granddaughter eats it for breakfast! True Buffalonion! ?

Step inside my home said...

I am so excited about this recipe. It looks so yummy and easy to make. Susie

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Excellent timing on this recipe...we always have dips and appetizers put out for New Years Eve...this will be perfect and unexpected! Happy New Year to you and your family.

kitty said...

Mmmm, such a wonderful sounding appetizer! What a great one to try for the New Year!! Happy 2012!!

It's me said...

Yammie !!!....XXX...

Cindy said...

Looks Fantastic! I'm going to try it for our Superbowl Party. I'm sure the guys will devour it in seconds, better make TWO batches. Happy New Year. Cindy

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

I love your dish, great find, very pretty! And the dip looks fantastic. Perfect to ring in the new year with a little heat and spice. Have a very happy New Year!

Cathy at Wives with Knives said...

I know my family will love this recipe! Spicy with lots of great flavors. I hope you and your family enjoy a very happy and healthy New Year.

Alycia Nichols said...

I love Southern Lady magazine! I have subscribed to it for a couple of years now, and it is one of the 2 subscriptions I just can't let go! I'm looking at my most recent copy right now with the lovely drizzled cakes on the cover. They always have such nice recipes, and this one is no exception. Thank you for sharing!!!

La Table De Nana said...

I just read about this on..Pinterest,,raves..

If you say so,well now I believe it!Happy New Year..to you and yours~

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

That sounds delicious! I'll be copying and pasting :)

Wishing you and your family and happy and healthy 2012!

Red Couch Recipes said...

I have made a version of this before and it was delicious! Yummy! Have a great New Year! Joni

Angela said...

Wow...that looks delicious! Have a Happy New Year!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, this really does look and sound delicious, Jaqueline! Thanks for sharing the recipe with us. :-)

I have finally gotten my computer up and running and wanted to stop by and wish you both a belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, too!

Sending love across the miles...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Dianne said...

Jaqueline, This looks delicious. I am going to try it for sure, but the dietitian in me is screaming to use fat-free cheese and sour cream. I;ll let you know how it turns out. Thanks for sharing this recipe. wishing you the best in the new year. Dianne

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Mmmmmm..this dips sounds really good and satisfying, Jacqueline!

Wishing you and your family a very Happy & Healthy New Year!

Victor said...

The dip looks fantastic and satisfying. Definitely going to try this out.

Best wishes for 2012!

Victor said...

The dip looks fantastic and satisfying. Definitely going to try this out.

Best wishes for 2012!

Sherry said...

Have a Happy New Year!
Sherry

Anonymous said...

We do this dip in upstate NY- home of the chicken wings- mine is so much easier and better!!!! Try it-

2 bricks of softened cream cheese
1 c of chopped celery
2 c of ranch dressing
1 c of cooked chicken (can even be nuggets in a pinch!!!)
and Franks Hot Sauce to Taste
Put Montery Jack/Colby mix on top

Bake @ 275 for 20 min- use Scoops Chips!!!!

Sue said...

Sounds different and DELISH! The magazine sounds great too. I kind of go crazy buying too many magazines:). Happy New Year, Jacqueline!

The Tablescaper said...

Oh my this looks FABULOUS! I can't wait to try it. If I had seen your post before New Year's, it would have been a part of my New Year's Eve menu.

Happy New Year's.

- The Tablescaper

renee @ Singing With Birds said...

Hi Jackie,

I'm back after a great holiday and glad I didn't miss this fabulous dip all together. I'm pinning and thanks...Happy New Year too!

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