Bob’s Awesome Dip…

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BUFFALO WING DIP

8oz. cream cheese (soften)
2 lg. boneless/skinless chicken breasts
3/4 cup Buffalo Wing Sause (I use Franks Red Hot)
Chedder Cheese

Poach chicken breasts, break into small pieces (shred), Add wing sause to chicken pieces, mix ingredients, sprinkle top with chedder cheese. Bake 15-20 minutes at 425. Serve with tortilla chips. Yum Yum!

Thanks Bob- we all loved it!

6 Comments

  1. kay said:

    Karen- Thanks so much for posting- it has been another busy week in the Carroll house- espec. for Mom who has been out of the office most of the week and that is when I do most of my posting. On this recipe- I know that Bob does POACH the CHICKEN- not grill it, so just make sure that you capture that right. I think if you grill it – it could make the chicken crispy and tough on the edges. That is a keeper and great for parties like the Super Bowl. ENJOY!!

    August 13, 2004
  2. bailey said:

    Just got my computer back yesterday and I LOVED this dip soooooo much…..when I first looked at it paniced thinking how much for certain ingredients….thanks for the proper ones and can’t wait to make it! Great one BOB!

    August 12, 2004
  3. La said:

    I cheated a little on this receipe- Linda took it (I could not find it) so I looked it up. Here is the one Bob wrote:
    2 whole chicken breasts
    2 pkgs cream cheese- softened
    1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
    3/4 cup Franks Hot Sauce

    Poach the chicken- shred and mix in all ingredients. Put extra cheddar on top- bake.

    August 12, 2004
  4. Erin said:

    Hale to Franks Red Hot! It’s my fav! I will have to try this recipe! Thanks Bobby! I’ve heard nothing but compliments on this dish, so I will have to try it.

    August 12, 2004
  5. hot mama said:

    That dip disappeared in a flash and everyone was full. Maybe we should have just had appetizers. Thanks for the recipe.
    Nana

    August 12, 2004
  6. La said:

    This is all Linda has talked about since we got home – thanks for the wonderful receipe- it needs to go in the cookbook for sure.

    August 11, 2004

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