Recipe by Chef John
"You can't keep showing up at these Super Bowl parties with a bag of chips every year. So, if you're ready to go from snack scrub to appetizer all-star, then give this great baked dip a try."
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diced cooked rotisserie chicken
2 (8 ounce) packages
cream cheese, softened
hot pepper sauce (such as Frank's RedHot®)
shredded pepper Jack cheese
blue cheese dressing
crumbled blue cheese
seafood seasoning (such as Old Bay®)
cayenne pepper, or to taste
shredded pepper Jack cheese
cayenne pepper, for garnish
I'm rating this 4 stars but don't get me wrong, it's very addictive, just be sure everyone in your group loves blue cheese. I prefer the original Frank's recipe which is on this site. If I were to make this one again, I would use either the blue cheese dressing or fresh blue cheese, but not both. I personally thought it was a bit overwhelming. I've done it before with Ranch and the result was amazing.
This dip turned out much spicier than I predicted. Some people really liked it, but it was a bit too hot for others. I followed the suggestions of others, and omitted the blue cheese crumbles (only used the blue cheese dressing). Next time, I will cut the amount of hot sauce in half.
Delicious! I made this last night to bring over to my friends house and we just couldn't stop eating it. Thanks for the great recipe, and video :)
I made this dip back on Super Bowl Sunday for a potluck party and got mixed reviews. I am one who does definitely prefer bleu cheese to ranch on my buffalo style wings, but it seems that not everyone has my good taste! The bleu cheese taste was a bit strong however, but that may be because of the dressing that I use which is Bob's Big Boy® brand. It is a very rich dressing. I may temper it by halving the bleu cheese dressing and adding in some ranch next time. Not sure. Anyway, 5 stars because I loved it and I'm sure that it can be made a little less potent so as to please most everyone.
Made this for a family get-together and everyone raved about it. It's very addicting. Only thing I did different was to substitute ranch dressing for the blue cheese dressing (still used the blue cheese crumbles) and shred the chicken in a food processor rather than dicing it. Will definitely make again.
I made this quick and easy recipe today for a birthday party and it was amazing! I used everything except for the crumbled blue cheese. It disappeared quickly with no leftovers to worry about... I will definitely be making it again!
I found a way to make EVERYONE happy! I made 1 1/2 recipes. With half of the mix I used pepper jack cheese, blue cheese dressing and a scant 1/4C blue cheese crumbles. With the other I used cheddar/jack cheese, ranch dressing and 1 tsp. of powdered ranch dressing mix. Served them side by side with some blue cheese crumbles to spoon on top as they chose. I did use low or reduced fat ingredients where I could but that's my personal take.
HINT: Blue cheese can be pricey and extras spoil if you don't use it frequently. I always buy the amount I need at the salad bar in my local grocery. It's less expensive by the pound there and I don't end up with a lot of leftovers to worry about wasting.
I made this for a Super Bowl party--no substitutions. It was fantastic! Even my super picky boyfriend and friend who doesn't like blue cheese got seconds. People were asking if there were leftovers after the party! As always, Chef Jon's recipe is a winner!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Buffalo Chicken Dip
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 323
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