This buffalo chicken dip, which is made with three types of cheese, shredded chicken, and buffalo sauce, is served in a hollowed-out Italian loaf, making it perfect for sharing with friends.
When you’re craving indulgence, look no further. This buffalo chicken dip captures the classic chicken wing flavor in the richest, cheesiest way possible. Shredded chicken (yes, you can use leftovers or rotisserie) is smothered with three kinds of cheese (yes, three!), hot sauce, and mayonnaise and tucked in a loaf of Italian bread. And, just like eating wings, it’s gratifyingly messy. Revel in it.–Angie Zoobkoff
Buffalo Chicken Dip
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- 30 M
- 55 M
- Serves 6
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As the intro says, this is a very rich recipe, but it’s also very flavorful and delicious. It nails the buffalo chicken flavor, and with the blue cheese dressing (I would encourage everyone to make the dressing included—it's tops!), it would almost make you think you're eating wings!
The recipe is super easy to pull together and the fact that you can dial up (or down) the heat level is a plus. I really liked the fact that I could use a rotisserie chicken.
The crunch comes from the bread. But calling it a sandwich is a stretch, even as I was able to cut it into slices, there was no eating it without a fork and knife. I can see how this recipe would work as an appetizer but you'd have to figure out how to serve it.
I was unable to find a 16-oz loaf of bread and had to settle for 10, so I had some of the buffalo chicken stuffing left over. A couple nights later we popped the stuffing on nachos, added a little more cheese on top, and baked it for 10 minutes for an easy and fun dinner. The nachos are really good with fresh guacamole, believe it or not.
We used Frank's Hot Sauce and Cabot New York Extra Sharp Cheddar.
This sandwich combines the typical buffalo chicken flavors with a quick and easy prep. It’s a very rich dish and 2 pieces were more than plenty for a meal. It paired well with celery and carrot sticks on the side along with some chips.
I used a couple 10-ounce loaves of bread. (There was plenty of chicken mixture to fill both loaves.) I cut each loaf into 10 pieces so it made about 10 servings.
Frank's hot sauce was used in the recipe as well as store-prepared rotisserie chicken and Meijer's shredded sharp Cheddar cheese.
This was messy to cut and eat. The bread was crisp and the filling soft so when I cut it, using a serrated knife, the filling oozed out. It was suggested by one of my taste testers that it would be nice to try using crisp dinner rolls or Hawaiian rolls to make individual sandwiches—no cutting necessary.