November 17, 2013 in Cooking and Recipes
I first learned of the culinary amazingness of Buffalo Chicken Rings from a coworker. I took her original recipe and adapted it to match another buffalo chicken fave of mine. The result – simply delicious!
Buffalo Chicken Ring Recipe
- Cooked Shredded Chicken (2-3 breasts or 1-2 cans)
- 8 ounces cream cheese, softened
- ¾-1 cup ranch dressing
- Diced celery to taste
- 2 packages refrigerated crescent rolls
- Buffalo Wing Sauce – to taste
- Shredded cheese (inside and/or on top)
- Ranch dressing, for dipping
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Mix chicken, buffalo sauce and celery to taste. (I used appx ½-3/4 of bottle)
- In separate bowl, mix cream cheese and ranch together. Add to chicken mixture and mix all together.
- On a cooking sheet or baking stone, spread the unrolled crescent rolls out leaving a small circle in the middle.
- Place spoonfuls of mixture on the crescent rolls and fold rolls over to form a ring/wreath shape. Press edges to help seal (and reduce running out).
- Cook for approximately 15 minutes or until crescent rolls are browned. (I used a baking stone and had to cook for closer to 20 minutes so the crescent rolls weren’t doughy.)
Try not to freak out. It’s pretty darn good!
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November 13, 2012 in Cooking and Recipes
I’m about to share one of my favorite, easiest, tastiest recipes with you. I can’t lay claim on all this deliciousness though… I was bestowed this recipe by a horse-loving mentor named Marnie! She was kind enough to let me ride/compete her horses one summer in college… and one evening she served this recipe to me along with vegetable soup.
SHUT THE FRONT DOOR.
okay, back then it was probably more like SHUT THE BARN DOOR… or the stall door… but stay with me here…
Get excited ladies and gents….
I’m ’bout to lurn u sumtin…
That’s right… today I’m showing you…
How to Make Beer Bread
Gather your shtuff:
- 1 STICK BUTTER
- 3 CUPS SELF-RISING FLOUR
- 3 TABLESPOONS SUGAR
- 1 CAN ROOM-TEMP BEER
Then follow these very difficult instructions that will test your culinary prowess (note the sarcasm):
- Spray loaf pan with nonstick spray
- Melt the stick of butter and pour HALF into loaf pan. Swish around. Yes, swish is my highly-technical term.
- Combine all other ingredients in bowl and mix. Note… I’d pour the beer in slowly. Less foam is a good thing.
- Pour batter into pan.
- Pour last half of butter over batter.
- Bake at 350 for 1 hour.
Yup…. It’s that easy! Seriously. Most days I flail about in the kitchen… but this. THIS I can make.
The best part is the way your house will smell – freshly baked bread with a hint of beer. …and in my book. That’s just fine by me.
Give it a go! This recipe is just in time for chili season and good ol’ fashioned vegetable soup. I think I just felt my heart smile.
Enjoy! Would love to hear from you if you give it a shot. Leave a comment here or drop me a line on Facebook!
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