Buffalo Chicken Bite Salad
My father’s aunt and grandmother ran a roadhouse in Montana. The story (as I remember it) goes that they cooked for 20 people at a time, and that this legacy followed them throughout their lives.
I wonder if it’s genetic?
I always seem to overdo it on the quantities. This past weekend at our “going away” party, I managed to limit myself to a single dish – Buffalo Chicken Bites. Here’s the original Buffalo Chicken Bites recipe.
As I mention in yesterday’s post, I made three flavors: Frank’s Buffalo Sauce, Teriyaki, and Barbecue, shown above still marinating in the ziploc bags.
As always, whenever we have a party, I overcook. So, though I limited myself to one dish, we made a TON of chicken bites.
Needless to say, we have leftovers. Not HAD leftovers, HAVE, as in, we still have them.
Both last night, and tonight for dinner we’re having Buffalo Chicken Bite Salad (some with bbq, some with buffalo, some with teriyaki). It’s delicious, it’s easy, it gets rid of leftovers, and it uses bleu cheese. This girl loves bleu cheese.
Buffalo Chicken Bite Salad for Two
10-12 Buffalo Chicken Bites (recipe here)
1 heart of romaine lettuce, rinsed.
2 tablespoons Bleu Cheese, divided
Tear the lettuce into small pieces and divide between two bowls. Top each bowl with half of the chicken bites and follow with bleu cheese.
Eat and enjoy!
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And, though I’m not convinced that it fits completely within the mission of Hearth and Soul, I so love participating in this blog hop, so I’m joining with this recipe. (It is very good, and it’s all homemade, so I’m hoping it’s not too far off the mission!)