It is a dip kinda weekend. Some people are celebrating that big football game…us, we are celebrating company. Several folks will be dropping in today for a visit and that certain football game won’t even be on here. We aren’t a big sports family, we are more of a nerd family.But while we may not be sports fans, we will take any opportunity to partake in some good food!
This recipe is a HUGE favorite at our house. It is requested often and is super easy to make.
Gather up your ingredients.
Place chicken in slow cooker with salt and pepper to taste, drizzled with a little olive oil. Cook on high for 2 hours.
Once the chicken has cooked through remove and shred it, then add back into the slow cooker.
Here is a cool tip: Place your chicken in your stand mixer with the cookie paddle attached. Turn it onto speed 4-6 and in just 20 seconds you’ll have perfect, restaurant style shredded chicken. Make sure the chicken is warm/hot before you shred it.
Saute the cabbage and onions on stove top in a large frying pan until softened then place in crockpot with the chicken.
Add the Frank’s RedHot Sauce, Ketchup and bullion cubes.
Mix well and cook on low for about an hour.
Serve warm with corn chips or tortilla chips. Just depends on your taste. OR, you can toast some French bread and pile it on top for an extra special appetizer and it becomes Chicken Cabbage Bruschetta!
Chicken Cabbage Dip
6 Chicken Breasts or large pack of Chicken Tenderloins
1/2 head of a large cabbage (shredded)
2-3 large onions (diced)
3 bullion cubbes
1 small bottle of ketchup
3 teaspoons Frank’s RedHot Sauce
Place chicken in slow cooker with salt and pepper to taste, drizzled with a little olive oil. Cook on high for 2 hours. Once the chicken has cooked through remove and shred it, then add back into the slow cooker. Saute the cabbage and onions on stove top in a large frying pan until softened then place in crockpot with the chicken. Add the Frank’s RedHot Sauce, Ketchup and bullion cubes. Mix well and cook on low for about an hour. Serve warm with corn chips.
Why do we use Frank’s RedHot Sauce? Because it is just that good. It has become a favorite here at The Post-It Place. Tate has it almost everyday for lunch. Here is his favorite combination:
Frank’s® RedHot® Cayenne Pepper Sauce, the secret ingredient used in the original Buffalo wing recipe since 1964, has a distinctive profile that is responsible for America’s obsession with Buffalo flavor. Since then, flavor fans have discovered that there are many other ways to enjoy the great taste of Frank’s RedHot.
In addition to numerous recipes that include this “must-have” ingredient, flavor fans who fell in love with Frank’s RedHot Original can now choose from other great flavor varieties. New Sweet Chili Sauce is great for those seeking a sweet ‘n spicy alternative and THICK sauce has the same great flavor as Original, but is thicker for better pouring and spreading. So try Frank’s RedHot on all your game day favorites like subs, pizza, nachos, chili, chips and more.
Whether you are looking for tangy, spicy, or simply the taste of Original, gather your friends into your home for a game day celebration with appetizing recipes that are sure to lure even the most serious fans from the big screen to the buffet table. Try the ever-popular Buffalo Chicken Dip that delivers traditional buffalo wing flavor without the mess or these other quick & easy crowd pleasing recipes below, and visit www.franksredhot.com for more great recipes.
“Frank’s RedHot provided me with a sample and some of the information included in this post. All opinions are those of my own and were in no way influenced be receipt of sample or information. We have always loved Frank’s and will continue to do so!”