Chicken Wing Dip

31 01 2009

I’m busy prepping for the Super Bowl tomorrow but I had to share this recipe immediately.  It’s from one of J’s sister’s friends, and reserved for special occasions.  I was given strict orders that brand name products must be used. 🙂

Chicken Wing Dip


One lb of chicken breast, poached and shredded.


Mix with Frank’s Original RedHot Sauce


Spread a block of Philadelphia cream cheese on the bottom of 2 pie plates (a block for each pie plate.)


Divide the chicken/RedHot mixture between the 2 plates and spread around.


Pour Marie’s Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing over both, spreading evening over the top of the chicken.


Sprinkle about a half a cup of shredded mozzarella over each.


And bake at 350 degrees until bubbly and slightly brown on top.  Serve with tortilla or corn chips.

I can’t show you the final picture because these are for tomorrow, but this stuff is basically like crack.  You think, eh, what do I care about chicken wing dip?  But then you eat it and even non chicken wing aficionados are hooked.

Happy munching!

PS I do alter the recipe a bit by using 1/3 less fat Philly and lowfat Marie chunky dressing.  You can’t tell though…




5 responses

31 01 2009
Koala Brains

Yummy! I haven’t heard of that sauce but then again I haven’t looked for it either. 🙂 Where did you get it – grocery store or a specialty store? If I can locate the sauce, I’m going to make this.

2 02 2009

Soooo good. The vegetarians were a sad bunch watching this dip disappear. I’m sure they enjoyed the spinach dip though. 🙂

9 02 2009

Oh yum… I am so going to try making this.

14 05 2009
Jennifer Drass

I have tasted this exact receipe. It is delicious!!!!

27 06 2009
Sarah V. 1963

This is delicious! Along with the mozzarella over the top, add some Shropshire Blue Cheese… who needs the big ‘O’ lol!

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