Buffalo Chicken and Roasted Potato Casserole Recipe
A chicken and potato casserole with plenty of spicy flavors mimics the taste of Buffalo chicken wings.
Chicken breast and potatoes are tossed in Buffalo wing sauce and ranch dressing then roasted until tender in this family-friendly casserole.
We love this recipe. I do use a wing sauce but still add the paprika, garlic, salt n pepper. My only problem is the oven REALLY heats my house up. Made this last night for probably the last time until fall. :( One thing I have learned, when I make the marinade, I remove maybe a quarter to third cup before tossing in the taters. I still try to leave marinade behind though. Then when I put the cut up chicken in the bowl, I add the reserve sauce. I bake the bacon to very crispy while prepping the taters. Then use the bacon grease in place of olive oil. Once the taters are in the oven (takes about 40 minutes for the taters, stirring every 10 or so), I prep the chicken. Once the chicken goes on top of the taters, I prep the topping (I do bake the chicken for about 5 minutes before topping the dish). Then, I stick the casserole back for about 10 minutes. Perfect. I serve with a green salad and lots of my homemade ranch dressing (I make my own seasoning blend then mix with plain yogurt ~ use buttermilk to thi
These twice-baked potatoes loaded with Buffalo chicken and cheese are a comforting side dish on a cold night, or at a game day tailgate.
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One of my favorites. I have followed this recipe to the letter and it is delicious. I've also made it a few times substituting bacon fat (why waste it, it has an almost identical makeup as olive oil, same smoking point and it's way more flavorful) in place of olive oil. Worked out just fine. You could also parboil your potatoes to cut back on roasting time, but don't forget to add a tablespoon or two of vinegar and salt to the pot. I think red potatoes are best for this recipe.
It turned out pretty good. We used siracha instead of hot sauce because we didn't have any. We halved the siracha.
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