Monday, August 10, 2009

Chicken Wing Squares

I know there are several versions of this using pizza dough but I use refridgerated crescent rolls for the crust.I also brown the chicken to give it the authentic deep fried flavor of chicken wings and i do not use mozzarella. If you have chicken wing lovers in your home they will enjoy this. It's similiar to a chicken wing dip recipe but the squares are easier to just pick up and eat.And it keeps well at parties. Hope you enjoy it !

You will need 2 rolls of refridgerated crescent rolls
2 Large cooked shredded chicken breasts
1 small bottle red hot sauce-Frank's is the best( or more if you like it extremely hot)
1 stick butter
2 8 oz. Phila.cream cheese , softened
2 Pkg.s shredded monterey jack cheese
1 clove minced garlic

Heat your oven to 350.degrees. Unroll the 2 crescent rolls but do not seperate the triangles.Pinch together all the seams and pat the rolls in the bottom of a parchment lined jelly roll( or cookie) sheet with an edge to form the crust. Spread the cream cheese evenly over the crust .
Heat the butter in a non stick fry pan over med heat.Turn heat up and stir in the chicken.
Cook stirring every so often till it starts to brown .Add the bottle of hot sauce and garlic and spread chicken mixture over the c. cheese. Sprinkle the Monterey Jack over the top and bake for 25 minutes. I like to place it under the broiler to brown the cheese the last 5 minutes. Cut in to squares and serve with ranch or Blue Cheese dressing on the side.

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