This classic dip made on the grill--cook the chicken first, then let put the rest of the dip together.
This is a sweet and hot variation of traditional buffalo sauce. It can be used as a dipping sauce or to coat your wings.
Serve with sour cream and guacamole. For a variation add black or pinto beans, chopped tomatoes, and/or black olives.
I make my quesadillas in the panini maker, but they can be done in a non-stick frying pan as well. This is a great way to use left-over chicken.
The nachos your family and friends won't get enough of!
Always cooking chicken? Need a variation? how about a nice Mexican twist? Simple yet elegant.
These hearty, dude-pleasing nachos are bursting with flavor. The combination of the crunchy tortilla chips with the spicy buffalo chicken and the cool blue cheese dressing make the perfect accompaniment to a frosty cold beverage (or two!) and are great any time of day. The recipe serves 4 but sharing is optional!
This cheesy chicken dip brings heat in a big way. Can you handle the spice?
Thin chips can't handle this hearty Asian dip. You'll want to break out some bread--or at least crackers--for this one.
This dip is as much of an improvement over store-bought bean dip as Peyton Manning is over Jim Sorgi.
Canned chicken breast is used in this tasty dip, but grilled chicken breast strips or leftover roast chicken works just as well.
This easy slider recipe makes a quick lunch, and a good way to use extra cooked chicken. You know what Hall-of-Fame man Ben Franklin said: Waste not, want not.
It's simple--the flavor of hot wings transported to your nachos. Two of the best football foods come together as one! Inspired by James Baylor's "Tailgate Butt Burner."
Why dip chips and veggies in ranch dressing when you can just incorporate that classic flavor into nachos? Saves time and effort, so you can focus on your fantasy stats.
This chicken salad will fit well with your high-protein diet...and your schedule. Once you marinate and prep, cooking time is just 10 minutes.