Dec 1, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs fan James Cure barbecues during tailgate festivities before the game against the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Chiefs Fans Favorite Super Bowl Recipes

Addicts, the big day is here, and in addition to everything else that’s going on today, one of the biggest parts of Super Bowl Sunday is the food. In that vein, I’d like to share with you the absolute “must have” for my Super Bowl party and get some of you to share your recipes as well.

Jason’s Almost World Famous Buffalo Chicken Dip:

(1) Can of Chunk Chicken breast

(1) Package of cream cheese

Hot sauce (Frank’s Red hot or whatever your favorite Buffalo Sauce is)

(1) cup of ranch dressing

(1/2 pound) shredded cheddar cheese

Directions: Drain the chunk chicken breast and heat it up in a large skillet. Soften the cream cheese in the microwave and add it to the chunk chicken in the skillet. Once the chicken and cream cheese is mixed, add the buffalo sauce to taste. Next, add the ranch dressing. Ensure this is mixed well and then add the shredded cheese. Once this is completely melted in, remove from the heat.

You can then serve the dip with french bread, celery sticks, cucumbers or eat it with a fork. I like mine a bit spicier, but then I have to make a separate batch for my wife because she’s kind of a wuss when it comes to spicy food.

That’s my “go-to” recipe for football, Addicts. The big game is only a couple of hours away. What are you working on?

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  • berttheclock

    Geez, and I am only making chicken broth from scratch for a chicken soup with noodles.

  • berttheclock

    Not really on topic, but, I would imagine who really knows grilling better than KC Chiefs’ fans. My wife wants to upgrade our old Aussie small grill for the coming summer. I am trying to talk her into spending a bit more on a Big Green Egg for some Kamodo cooking. She will, probably, stop at just buying a Weber 22 and one half incher. Any suggestions from real grillers out there?

    • Roc

      I’m far from the professional griller, but I prefer an old fashioned charcoal grill using the briquettes. I also have a small Aussie grill that I use, and it is more of a hassle than a gas grill but I prefer the taste over propane