7 Ways to Make Buffalo Chickenbellalimento
Photo Credit: Susan Whetzel, DoughMessTic
The big game is right around the corner. I know this solely because the men in my life keep telling me about it. Otherwise, I must confess I’m only around for the snacks and commercials. The snacks being my department. Always a big hit are the buffalo chicken wings. You can’t do buffalo chicken without wings. But you can also transform buffalo chicken into many other tasty treats! Like those buffalo chicken footballs pictured above. We’ve put together 7 ways to make buffalo chicken and you can find them all after the jump.
Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches 1 of 7Turn leftover baked chicken into a freakishly delish buffalo chicken sub sandwich. If you're looking to lighten up the snack tray, this is a healthier alternative to traditional chicken wings.
make buffalo chicken sandwiches
Buffalo Chicken Salad 2 of 7Use boneless skinless chicken breasts to make buffalo chicken salad. It has all the same delicious flavors but without all the fat and calories. Win. Win.
make buffalo chicken salad
Buffalo Chicken Wraps 3 of 7You'll be screaming that's a wrap after one bite of this delicious buffalo chicken wrap. All you need are spicy chicken tenders and some veggies and you're ready to roll.
make buffalo chicken wraps
Buffalo Chicken Dip 4 of 7This might be the easiest most incredible buffalo chicken dip you've ever tasted. You won't know though if you don't try it!
make buffalo chicken dip
Buffalo Chicken Strips 5 of 7You can't have buffalo chicken strips without the dipping sauce. Julie shares a delicious blue cheese dip to go with this classic.
make buffalo chicken strips
Buffalo Chicken Footballs 6 of 7Looking for something a little more elegant? Try these buffalo chicken and slaw phyllo wrapped footballs!
make buffalo chicken footballs
Buffalo Wings 7 of 7These wings are roasted instead of fried so don't be afraid to have extra! Don't forget the dip and the napkins! You'll need them.
make buffalo chicken wings
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