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When it is game time, I do not like to spend a lot of time in the kitchen which is why we have always love the spicy chicken dip recipe shared by our friend Morgan Mackenzie.
To begin this recipe for chicken dip, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. First, you are going to need about two cups of cooked diced chicken. And I had a left over roasted chicken that I used for this. In a large mixing bowl, I add the chicken followed by a half a cup of sour cream, followed by a can of cream of chicken soup. Now, just fold the chicken into the soup in a sour cream and mix well.
Now we are going to spice it up by adding a one fourth cup of hot sauce. And today I am using Tapateo, but if you are looking to like this into a recipe for buffalo chicken dip, you can always replace it with Franks Red Hot. I hope this is going to be so good. To make this hot, chicken deep recipe you are going to need a lightly greased cork sized casual dish. Now we are going to layer the dip into the casual dish, starting with half of the chicken mix, spread that around. And then a cup of grated pepper jack cheese or you can use cheddar if you prefer, followed by a cup of your favorite corn chips. And we just repeat this process one more time. And for the final top, I like top put about half a cup of cheese and we are ready for the oven.
Now it is time to bake our cheese chicken dip recipe uncovered for twenty five minutes. And after twenty five minutes, the dip is hot and bubbling. It is time to remove. Now we just give this some little mix, and we are going to serve this with more corn chips.
I hope you enjoy this spicy chicken dip recipe. I know I will. I could probably eat the whole thing.