It's that time of year again in America - Super Bowl time!
I've been doing this blog for a while now and this is a not just a big football event,
it's a big FOOD event.
I usually see a big surge of views from folks looking for good and easy party foods.
The most popular recipes right now?
And although I don't follow football all that much, I do love to have fun with the food.
So this year, I thought I'd make a little twist on the usual Buffalo Chicken Wings.
I wanted to have all the flavor of the favorite chicken wing, but maybe turn it into something a little more filling and a bit more cost effective.
If you've ever bought a pack of chicken wings, then you know what I'm talking about.
They can get pretty pricey when feeding a group of people.
So, if you are making chicken wings, try to buy frozen and maybe get the larger packs that you can sometimes find at places like Sam's Club or Costco.
Those will be cheaper and then all you will have to do is just thaw them in the fridge about a day or two before you need to make them.
Or, maybe try making these fun sliders.
You can always double this recipe if you have lots of folks coming over and they are a bit easier to make so you can spend more time hanging out with your friends during the big game!Ingredients:
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 (12 oz.) bottle Buffalo wing sauce (I like Frank's Red Hot)
2 celery ribs, ends and tops cut off and thinly sliced
1 tbsp. thinly sliced red onion
1/3 cup ranch or blue cheese dressing
1 package (12) dinner rolls