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My kids love buffalo chicken anything. What I usually do is pound the chicken thin season with salt and pepper (and sometimes paprika and red pepper) fry them in butter. Meanwhile I toast bread or prepare buns and spread blue cheese or ranch dressing on one side of the bun. When chicken is done I blot it dry and then coat both sides with heated hot sauce. (These are usually a little drippy) Garnish with veggies and serve!
I thought these were really good but I wish the chicken had absorbed more of the flavor from the hot sauce. Maybe marinating like other reviewers have suggested would help. I didn't have any of the green sauce so I just used Frank's since that's all I had. I served this on fresh ciabatta bread with some herbed mayo. Made for a good lunch. Thanks Lisa.
I liked the idea of this recipe but didn't have all the ingredients. I mixed 2 T melted butter and 1/4 Crystals Hot Sauce together. I marited the chicken breasts about 15 minutes and then grilled. I topped with more sauce. Next time I may try broiling in the sauce but I never have any luck with broiling.
I used Wingman buffalo wing sauce instead of the hot sauces. I completely forgot about the paprika so I'll have to try that next time. Add Ranch dressing on the bun and it tastes just like the Buffalo Ranch Chicken Sandwich at Chili's. I also add a little extra buffalo sauce to the bun. If the sauce gets on the pan while cooking it will smell really bad but tastes wonderful.