Buffalo Dip Two Ways – two different takes on the classic game day favorite – tangy buffalo flavor in a plant based take on the traditional, and other ideas.
Buffalo Dip Two Ways
um, what happened to January?
At the risk of sounding like my parents when I was a kid, dang, that went fast.
I haven’t had the time to share the rest of our Mexico trip with you – is that still something you want to see? I could at least show you a photo of the backpack I turtled around for the month…
Even though my team is not coming to the party, I will be watching football this weekend. Even if it’s mostly for the commercials. and the food.
Since buffalo chicken dip is a natural at a football gathering, I am sharing a few ways I make it. All very easy, all well received at our house.
First up is my take on the traditional recipe, using soy curls. Who doesn’t like a warm dip with crunchy veggies?
If there is someone out there who doesn’t, I have a cold version, which is even quicker and easier to make. This actually came about from wanting buffalo flavor on a wrap, and I made what turned into this dip.
Mmm, a quick and easy way to buffalo dip? Yes, please.
This last ‘recipe’ uses the quick buffalo dip, adding caramelized onions. and more celery. Celery is the perfect crunch and flavor to pair with tangy buffalo, and here it is the perfect vehicle:
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Serving Size: 1/2 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 176
Serving Size: 1/2 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 110
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