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Monday, November 26, 2012
Back here, I shared a recipe my Mom sent me for a dip that goes well with Townhouse crackers. Over Thanksgiving weekend, I sneaked a peak at my Stepmom's recipe for a dip to go with (say) Triscuits. We snacked on them at lunchtime this past Saturday. Dad and I used Rosemary and Olive Oil Triscuits. Stepmom used some kind of Ritz thingies. An awesome time was had by all. And I think it is evident that the recipe works equally well with turkey.
1 8-oz. brick of cream cheese
5 tablespoons of Frank's Red Hot sauce
Roasted chicken (or turkey) breast meat
Cut up the cream cheese into cubes, place it in a covered bowl, and melt it in the microwave. Stir in the hot sauce. Pull apart the breast meat and add it to the mixture until you achieve the desired consistency. Spoon onto small plates and shovel it up with your choice of crackers. Could it get any simpler?
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