Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Soup

Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Soup

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29 review(s) averaging 3.8. 72% would make again

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The crock pot is the trick to create melt-in-your-mouth tender chicken! It's the perfect comfort food for a cold day. My picky 6-year-old ate 3 servings and asked for more the next day!

"Awesome! I did tweak a few things based on preference! I sautéed red and orange peppers with the onion instead if celery because we don't like celery. I also added about 2 cloves minced garlic in while sauteeingthe peppers and onions. I followed the rest of the recipe as us except for using cheddar cheer because that's all I had! Will definitely make again"

- Lab1119

Ingredients

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2 tablespoons Butter
3 stalks Celery; chopped
1/2 medium Onion; chopped
3 cans Chicken broth; 14.5 oz cans
1 1/2 cups Milk
1 tablespoon Frank's Red Hot sauce
1 Rotisserie Chicken; shredded
8 ounces Mozzarella cheese; shredded
1/3 cup Flour

Original recipe makes 6 Servings

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Preparation

In a sauté pan, cook celery and onion in 2 tbsp. butter until tender. Transfer to the crock pot.

To the crock pot, add broth, milk, hot sauce, and chicken. In a separate bowl, toss together cheese and flour. Add to crockpot and stir.

Cook on high for 3 hours, then lower to warm.

15 minutes prior to serving: If a creamier soup is desired, add heavy cream and/or thicken with cornstarch (mixed with broth).

Optional: Top with blue cheese crumbles and more Red Hot sauce.

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My husband love this I did do some changes I added garlic powder Presley flakes and more flour to thicken it up came out perfect.... Oh yeah I cut some potatoes up n added to it it was even better loved it
ferdrenalovinjaleesanjonathanblackmon 4 months ago
I cant believe i wasted a whole rotisary chicken on this worst soup ever. Did not work out at all. Cheese globbed up. Did not thicken at all and no flavor what so ever
harpo78 5 months ago
dezzelddiamond 5 months ago
stepham 5 months ago
This did not turn out at all. Totally disappointed. had no flavor, the cheese globbed up.
melhelsch 5 months ago
Tried this tonight and it was ehh...to me it came out bland. When I think of buffalo chicken, I think of hot and flavorful. I didn't get that so I did a lot of tweaking and tried it again. I used 3/4 of a 6 oz bottle of Texas Pete hot sauce instead of Franks red hot Added chopped russet potatoes. Crisped up bacon, chopped it up, added that. Added a packet of Hidden Valley Ranch Dip Seasoning Mix 4 shakes of garlic powder a pinch of a Italian seasoning Rice Heavy cream at the end for a creamy soup This time around it came out bursting with flavor and the spiciness I was looking for the first time around. The rice and potatoes made for a heartier soup which filled me up quite nicely! I will say this though, I LOVE spicy food, so my tweaked version does have a bit of a kick to it if you decide to try it out but it was so yummy.
ambernicole5 6 months ago
bkrenee 9 months ago
I've made this soup numerous times tweeking little things here and there just to experiment. The recipe is delicious! So says my 94 year old grandmother. And you can't argue with that!
Dolphinfan 10 months ago
No real spices and kind of bland, even after adding extra hot sauce.
cldefoer 10 months ago
Was definitely good, but I will say it did need some thickening and also needed more than a tablespoon of Frank's sauce. For the chicken, I took the easy way out and used canned chicken. My mistake! Follow the recipe and use the rotisserie chicken! Definitely a great dish with a lot of potential. I think I'll also add carrots next time.
deliot 1 year ago
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