Buffalo Chicken Subs

I found this recipe in the latest issue of Food Network Magazine.  They looked so good I just had to try them.  These would be great for your upcoming Super Bowl party!  The only thing I did not have was celery, they might have been just a little better with something green, like celery or even lettuce.  The original also had a recipe for homemade ranch dressing, but I just used store bought.  These were easy and tasted great.  Enjoy!

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Buffalo Chicken Subs:

2 cans cooked shredded chicken breasts

2 T. dark brown sugar

2 t. paprika

1/2 t. cayenne pepper

1 T. olive oil

1 cup buffalo wing sauce, such as Frank’s

salt/pepper

1 loaf of soft French bread

1 cup crumbled blue cheese

ranch dressing

celery or lettuce

Heat chicken and olive oil (and chopped celery if you are using that) in a Dutch oven or skillet over medium heat.  Season with some salt and pepper.  Let cook for 10 minutes.  Add brown sugar, paprika, cayenne pepper and wing sauce and let simmer for 20 minutes.  Stir occasionally.  When ready to serve, cut French loaf length wise.  Place blue cheese crumbles along the bottom half of the loaf.  Spread chicken on top.  Ranch dressing on the top sub half.  Top with lettuce if you decide to use it.  Cut into appetizer size bites, or full sub servings.  Enjoy!

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One Comment on “Buffalo Chicken Subs”

  1. January 26, 2013 at 4:23 pm #

    Looks great! I’ll have to try this.

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