Friday, September 4, 2009

Buffalo Wing Dip

BooMama is having Diptacular Day on her blog and asked for dip recipes for football games!

Janine made this dip for a UK basketball game a couple seasons ago and I just HAD to have it! Everyone that tries it LOVES it! I get requests to make it all the time, but I find that I have to make this when we're going to big get-togethers because if I just make it for a few people I'll EAT all the leftovers for the next week because it's just that good! I need to have a football party now just so I can make it!
Buffalo Wing Dip
3 Chicken breasts - boiled and shredded
1 pkg cream cheese
8 oz sour cream & 1/2 package of powder ranch dressing - mixed
1 Cup hot sauce (Frank's Red Hot)
Mix and serve (cold or room temp) with tortilla chips for dipping! YUMM! Enjoy!


Janine said...

Ohhhhh isn't that really just the best stuff in the whole world? I had it at a party last weekend and it reminded me of all of our Lexington get-togethers. YUM! On a different note--hope that all is well "down there" as you've had your surgery. Hopefully this will help things out, if you know what I mean ;) I've been thinking about you.

Heather said...

This recipe sounds so good!! Thanks for sharing it with us!! I can't wait to try it!!


I have this same recipe - and it is down-right delicious!! Y - U - M! That's all I have to say! :)

Thanks for your awesome comment on my blog - and I hope everything heals nicely after surgery and you can run soon!!! Does your friend running the MCM blog, too??! I am following you now and cant wait to read more! Glad you "found" me :)

Sue said...

Yum... I love a good buffalo wing. I may just need to try this one Abby! Thanks for sharing! Have a good weekend. Are you feeling able to get out and about this weekend?

badesjarlais said...

Hey, Abby! It's Jonathan's friend, Bethany. Anyhow, I make this dip ALL THE DANG TIME and I just wanted to share one of my tips with you. I get think baguettes from the grocery, thin slice them (I'm talking like a 1/8 inch thick or something) and then toast them up in the oven. SO GOOD! You could probably use a hefty cracker, like a Melba toast type thing, and get similar results without the work. Check out my blog at! :)

...Mrs. Southern Bride... said...

Oh, this sounds delicious! :)