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Supreme Buffalo Nachos

Supreme Buffalo Nachos
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Game Day Recipe Round Up found HERE.   

Yesterday, I was in a bit of a quandary. 

Nothing life changing like should I move to Africa, or kill a buffalo with my bare hands or paint my toenails bright green. Nothing like that at all. Just a little recipe bewilderment, if you will. 

My dilemma was this. Should I post Supreme Buffalo Nachos on Friday morning…or a fun little chocolate dessert number I have whipped up for your valentines day experience. 

I put it to a vote on Facebook, and the Nachos won out my friends. The Superbowl must be in a couple of days or something, right. You’d think a girl like me could have come to this conclusion on her own, but when I tasted the heavenly bite of chocolate blissfulness I just needed to share it with you as quickly as possible so you too could be left weak in the knees from its wonderfulness. But reason has spoken. Thank goodness, you facebook followers have saved the day. 

Game Day Food it is today, DecadentChocolateBliss to be viewed on Monday. Hold on to your hats. She’s a doozie.

These Supreme Buffalo Nachos are really delicious. Minus the actual buffalo, of course. I didn’t add any buffalo because I’m not quite sure how to cook one let alone catch one from the wild. Also, I was concerned about getting that gross thick hair all over my kitchen. That said, if you love the flavor of spicy buffalo wing sauce, creamy blue cheese dressing and the added crunch of celery…then these Nachos are for you. Black buffalo hair, excluded. Just especially for your dining pleasure. 

The end. 

Or actually…I guess this is just the beginning since you haven’t really even reached the recipe yet. 
  
Scroll onward.

PS…if you missed my Game Day Recipe Roundup, click on over and take a look. 
  
Ok, seriously now. On to the recipe. :)

Supreme Buffalo Nachos
Time: 15 minutes
Yield: 6 servings
Recipe from my lovely sister in law Mary Erhart
4-5 C tortilla chips (several big handfuls)
2 C shredded Rotisserie chicken
2-3 T Franks Red Hot Wing Buffalo Sauce
2 C cheddar cheese, shredded
1 C celery, chopped
Blue Cheese Salad Dressing (Lighthouse brand works best)


1. Spread several large handfuls of tortilla chips out over a large cookie sheet, and preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 



2. Unwrap your rotisserie chicken extraordinaire. Try not to think of what it used to look like when its head was still on. Disturbing, isn’t it. No wonder I usually just by frozen chicken breasts. Don’t dismay. It’s going to taste really great, which is what really matters in the long run, right?


Shred about 2 cups of the chicken up with a couple of forks. 


3. Give thanks for this spicy wing sauce found at grocery stores everywhere. (Ok, maybe not if you live in Siberia. Just wanted to clarify. If you live there, please don’t email me telling me you can’t find the sauce. Thanks for your cooperation. You are so kind.)


Drizzle 2-3 tablespoons of sauce over the top of your chicken. Be careful if you are super sensitive to spicy food. Just use a little if you don’t like a lot of heat.


4. Toss it all together, making sure all of the chicken is covered. 


5. Sprinkle about 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese over the top of the tortilla chips. Toss that pretty little pan into the oven and let the cheese get all melted and just a bit bubbly. Watch it close. You don’t want it to get overly cooked. Then you’ll have dry chips, and crusty cheese. Not a good combination, true?
6. While the chips are busy in the oven, cover the plate of chicken with plastic wrap and microwave it for 2-3 minutes, or until the chicken and sauce are steaming hot. 

6. Remove the pan of cheesy chips from the oven and carefully spoon the chicken out evenly over the chips. 
7. Add the chopped celery. 


8. Drizzle a bit of Blue Cheese dressing here and there over the chips and serve while the chicken and cheese are still warm. 

Enjoy!

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9 Comments

  1. 1
    February 3, 2012 at 2:57 pm

    seriously! oh my goodness YUM! pinning pinning pinning! xo

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  2. 2
    February 3, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    Hmmm…I believe I told you to post both recipes. :) Ha ha. Anywho…I am totally going to make these but I think I'll use Winger's sauce and Winger's ranch. I may have a slight addiction to both. :)

  3. 3
    February 3, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    nachos are always good but YUMMY chocolate is always loved. Thanks for sharing all this wonderful food with us!!! I so love you site here, everything is photoed well. I wish I was a mouse in your house.lol Thanks for sharing both with us.
    Hugs~

  4. 4
    February 3, 2012 at 10:14 pm

    This is so CRAZY! I was going to make the exact same thing with the exact same ingredients except I was going to use Mozzarella cheese and serve celery on the side. I've been planning it all week. I thought it would be my original recipe. Now no one will believe me.
    What can I say, you have great taste in food Jamie. I've always thought that. You are the X-Factor of cooking.

    By the way…I live close to you (Copper Oaks) and thought you might be interested to read a recent blog post I've written. After the meeting held a few Thursdays ago, I thought you might find it useful if not for yourself, maybe for some people you know.

    Here's the URL. Check it out if you get a minute.

    http://www.thevocalsokol.com/funnest-30-day-challenge.html

    Thanks again for all the recipes. Most the cooking coming out of my Kitchen is generated by yours.

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    Anonymous
    February 4, 2012 at 4:19 pm

    JAMIE YOU HAVE SUCH GREAT RECIPES.I HAVE A SILLY QUESTION ABOUT YOUR FRENCH BREAD RECIPE.I MADE IT AND ITS WONDERFUL.I WANTED TO MAKE IT INTO BUNS BUT DIDNT KNOW HOW TO GO ABOUT IT.WOULD I FORM INTO ROLLS AND THEN DO ALL THE SAME OVEN STEPS.OR DO I NEED TO LET IT RISE AS BUNS.SORRY JUST STARTING OUT COOKING AND NOT THAT SAVY.IF YOU HAVE TIME WOULD YOU MIND POSTING THAT RECIPE BUT HOW TO DO IT AS BUNS THANKS

    • 6
      February 4, 2012 at 4:41 pm

      Hi there,
      Thanks for your kind words about my site. So glad the french bread worked out well for. I have actually had a lot of requests lately to do a post about how to make it into buns, I'll have to work on one and get it up for you all. In the mean time, I have a recipe for Cracked Feather Wheat Rolls that shows how to form a Rosette Bun. The french bread recipe turns out fabulously when shaping the dough into rosettes. Here is a link if you want to see how to do it.

      http://jamiecooksitup.blogspot.com/2010/03/cracked-wheat-feather-rolls.html

      Good Luck! Thanks!
      ~Jamie

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  6. 8
    February 4, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    Props from Buffalo for using REAL wing sauce :) Hope you enjoy it!!

  7. 9
    February 5, 2012 at 4:32 am

    This is a great take on the standard nachos. These would be a huge hit at my house any day of the week!

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