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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Buffalo Chicken Garbage Bread

Boy, do I have a winner for you!  I found this interesting recipe on Pinterest - or head on over to the original site and graciously thank her for her genious-ness!  I fully expected this to be an "alright" dish, a quick concoction to make on a quick weeknight, but I was pleasantly surprised at how much I underestimated this dish!


I ended up making two loaves - one for Lance and I (using Ken's Buttermilk Ranch Dressing), and the other one for the kids with chicken and barbeque sauce (Alex's half had tofu-chicken strips).  


We ate until we honestly felt sick, and the leftovers the next day were just as fantastic.  I was so in awe over how underrated this dish may appear at first glance that I urged most of my coworkers to try it, and I swear to you they all tried at my insisting and love it.  Even some of Lance's friends at work sampled his leftovers and had to  beg me for the recipe.


I can't rave enough about this simple dish - you'll just have to try it for yourself!

Buffalo Chicken Garbage Bread

2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 pizza dough
8 ounces shredded mozzarella cheese
3 ounces shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 cup Frank's Wing Sauce (more to taste)
1/3 cup Ranch or Bleu Cheese dressing

1.  Cut chicken into cubes.  Season with salt and pepper.  Heat teaspoon of olive oil in skillet and add chicken when hot.  Cook chicken completely and then add 1/4 cup of wing sauce.  Stir to coat chicken and let simmer for a minute or two.  Take chicken off heat and let cool.

2.  Preheat oven to 425˚.

3.  On a well floured surface, spread pizza dough into a long rectangle shape.

4.  Add ranch dressing or bleu cheese dressing (depending on your preference!) and remaining 1/4 cup of wing sauce.  Spread across the dough.  Add chicken and then top with mozzarella and cheddar cheese.  You can also add a bit more of the wing sauce on top of the cheese if you want it to be a little bit spicier.

5.  Roll the dough like a pinwheel until you reach the end.  Make sure to tuck the ends of the dough in so the middle doesn’t ‘ooze’ out when baking.

6.  Spray baking sheet with light coat of non-stick cooking spray.  Place garbage bread on the pan and bake for 20 to 25 minutes.

7.  Let sit for five minutes and cut into and enjoy!

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