Super Bowl Recipe

How to make a winning buffalo chicken dip for the big game

By Scott Roberts | 01/30/14 | Updated 01/30/14 | Posted in News


One (1) bottle of ranch dressing

One (1) bottle of hot sauce; any variety, recipe was made with Frank's Red Hot Sauce

One (1) 8 oz package of cream cheese

One package/block of Monterrey jack cheese

One chicken breast (more, if desired)


1.) Take out chicken from freezer, and allow enough time to thaw.

2.) Once thawed, cut the chicken breast into small bite-size pieces. When working with raw chicken, make sure you wash your hands before and after handling.

3.) Grease a frying pan with one tablespoon of olive oil, and set the burner on your range to medium temperature.

4.) Put the cut-up chicken into the pan, and let cook until cooked all the way through.

5.) Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

6.) Open and place the package of cream cheese into a separate bowl.

7.) Pour one-half (1/2) cup of hot sauce into the bowl, then pour one-half (1/2) cup of ranch dressing into the bowl.

8.) Once the chicken is cooked, add to the bowl, and begin mixing thoroughly.

9.) Add one (1) cup of shredded Monterrey Jack cheese to the bowl, and continue mixing. Once mixed all the way through, pour the dip into a serving pan.

10.) Set the pan in the oven, and set a timer for 25 minutes. Halfway through cooking, take the pan out of the oven, and mix the dip around to ensure that everything in the dip is being cooked.

11.) Once finished, take out of the oven, and let sit to allow for congealing. Serve with tortilla chips (i.e. Tostitos Scoops, Fritos Scoops), and enjoy!

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