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First thing I have to mention is that I have a huge addiction to buffalo wing sauce, so much so that I keep a bottle in the centre console of my car. Whenever I have to eat out on the road I like to have it to add to soups or wraps etc. I know I’m just a little bit crazy…my family would definitely agree!!
I was at the cottage a couple of weekends ago and heading to a friends for an après ski dinner when I came up with this recipe. I had offered to bring an hors d’oeuvre (which usually means I’ll bring 2 or 3 – I always need guinea pigs for new recipes!) so being short on time and ingredients I used up what I had at the cottage.
So the original go at this recipe included only buffalo wing sauce, blue cheese and Pillsbury dough. I originally cut each piece of dough in half and rolled it into a small ball then stuffed a piece of blue cheese inside. Then I fried it in a pot with sunflower oil, drained it on paper towel and tossed it in buffalo wing sauce. Two things I learned: 1) these need to be eaten right away as they get soggy from the sauce within 30 minutes, so when I cooled them and reheated them at the party they were tasty enough but not crispy like I wanted and 2) it needed more to it like more filling and a dipping sauce.
So plan B included larger balls that I rolled out, ground chicken cooked with buffalo wing sauce and an amazing blue cheese dipping sauce. As I mentioned in the recipe, if you hate blue cheese feel free to add feta or cheddar and serve it with ranch dressing instead. This final recipe was a huge success…I thought they were the perfect combination of crispy and spicy!
When I served them this time I added a blue cheese dipping sauce and more buffalo wing sauce (mostly for me hehe)!
Craving more right now!!
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