Recipe by Mmmmichele
"Just like the mini burgers, but with a Buffalo style twist. Great for football parties, these are so simple to make!"
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rotisserie chicken, boned and chopped
celery, finely chopped
crumbled blue cheese
Buffalo wing sauce
dinner rolls, split
How Ironic! I had leftover chicken wings from the superbowl party (way too many choices and made way too much food, as usual). So I deboned them, heated up the already sauced meat, tossed that with some chopped celery and then put homemeade blue cheese dressing out for people to assemble their own sliders. A BIG hit!
I was disappointed. I was so excited to try this recipe and frankly, it isn't cheap to make. I cut back a bit on the blue cheese, AND THANK HEAVENS I DID! It was overwhelming - and I like blue cheese. Probably won't bother with again. Too bad. Might try just chicken and sauce together on a bun with some blue cheese dressing, but I'm deleting this from my box.
I also made these and added some melted cream cheese (just about) 1/4 cup and mixed w/ Frank's hot sauce. Delicious!!
Delicious and so easy! I used Kings Hawaian Whole Wheat Mini Rolls, and Lite Ranch Salad Dressing to dip them in. Lot's of heat from Frank's Buffalo Sauce & the finely chopped carrot and celery give it a very pleasing crunch. Thanks for sharing!
made these for my family with some changes/additions and they were a hit!! i am a novice, and this recipe was easy and awesome! i have 3 tummies that love the heat and my mom can't take it so i saw that frank's makes a "sweet hot bbq" sauce (and they were 2 for $3 at the store!) so i made a separate marinade for her (a lot of dishes so i didn't mix!) i used crumbled fat free feta cheese (since blue cheese is so sharp and she's a wuss) and estimated enough carrots and celery for her batch and baked it in a smaller square pan. i used the "hot buffalo" version of frank's for the main batch and they turned out incredible! 1 heat-lover was struggling a bit because it's HOT! i also used reduced fat crumbled blue cheese, (i try to make stuff that is as healthy as possible), organic boneless, skinless chicken breasts cut into chunks, and browned some italian dinner rolls in the oven that have barely any fat and organic ingredients! great recipe...thanks for sharing!!
Incredible melding of flavors! Husband loved them! I did alter a tiny bit. I used boneless chicken breast and didn't add the blue cheese to the chicken bake. I added butter and blue cheese to the hoagie roll and broiled them for just a couple minutes (maybe 30 seconds too long haha). I added spinach leaves and some blue cheese dressing also. They was yummy!
Great recipe! I wasn't too sure about so much blue cheese, but it turned out delicious. I used a 4 oz container of crumbled with about 1 1/2 pounds of cooked chicken cutlets that I shredded. I thought about making it as another reviewer mentioned, (topping with blue cheese dressing), but the melted blue cheese really does give it a nice sharp flavor. Not too overpowering, just delicious and easy! I will make these often!
Was not a fan
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Buffalo Chicken Sliders
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 104
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