Recipe by Michelle
"This is an absolutely addicting wing dip recipe. I have had countless requests for the recipe. The whole is greater than the sum of the its parts."
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle
hot chicken wing sauce
1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
1 (16 ounce) bottle
blue cheese dressing
This was amazing once I tweaked it. My new husband and his buddies ask me to make it for our football parties every Sunday!
I use three chicken breasts, 3/4 of the bottle of wing sauce, 3-4 tbsp. butter and only about 1/4 c. of the blue cheese dressing (just enough to spread over the top). This makes for the perfect consistency - any more sauce and it's too runny, and the leftovers (if any!) get too greasy and gross when reheated. I always serve with Fritos Scoops and the guys LOVE it. Reheats well too with the reduced amount of sauce.
This recipe sounded much better than it tasted. There was too much sauce both blue cheese and wing. You weren't able to even get a taste of the cream cheese. If I make it again, I would cut back on blue cheese and wing sauce. Also would serve it with celery sticks on the side.
This IS addictive! I've been making this for years now, and man is it popular! I used 3 poached chicken breasts, shredded in the food processor. Melted one brick of cream cheese in the microwave, and mixed 1/2 bottle of blue cheese dressing with that. Mixed about 2/3 bottle of Frank's with the shredded chicken, then mixed it all together and baked, rather than layering. No butter, I figure between the dressing and the cream cheese, it's got enough fat going on, lol. Love it, love it, love it!
Went over very well at my party. The only change I made was using 2 cans of chicken breast, instead of cooking the real thing. So easy - and still made for a popular dip.
I loved this! Just FYI, I put all mine ingredients in a bowl, microwaved them till melted and the kept it warm in a small crock pot. It didn't separate and stayed nice and warm for hours. I served mine with baguettes but Fritos Scoops would have been good too. I think you could use canned chicken or left over chicken from dinner or whatever. I used my leftover Broiled Chicken from Costco and chopped it into small pieces. VERY GOOD - reminds me of a chicken fire pasta I have.
PS No butter - there is NO NEED for it at all.
A friend of mine brought this to my Super Bowl party and it was out of this world! She did it in an oval crockpot though. You have to use really good blue cheese dressing and franks hot sauce she says. Anything else just won't due.
i made this before without the butter & it was a HIT! Serve it with Corn Chips or Tortilla chips but my guests prefered the Corn Chips. I HIGHLY recommed this tasty dip
Made this last night as a single serving for myself, and it was AWESOME! I used one chicken breast, boiled and shredded, 4 oz. of cream cheese, Nancy's Wing Sauce (mild; 3/4 cup) and 1 cup of Naturally Fresh's Blue Cheese (organic and the best dressings in the world!), and I swear I had to force myself to stop eating it! Served with tortilla chips and garlic crackers. Going to a company picnic in September and I was going to bring a dessert, but I think I found something better! Forget the others! No complaints here!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Blue Cheese Chicken Wing Dip
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 229
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