Spotlight Recipe

Jeff Darlington's Smoked Buffalo Chicken Dip

Jeff Darlington's Smoked Buffalo Chicken Dip

Smoked Buffalo Chicken Dip

4 cups rotisserie chicken breast, shredded
1 cup Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
½ cup ranch dressing
½ cups shredded cheddar cheese
¼ cup shredded mozzarella cheese
8 oz. cream cheese, cubed
⅛ tsp. black pepper
Optional: ¼ cup blue cheese dressing
Optional toppings: Blue cheese crumbles, sour cream, diced green onions

Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Pour into an 8”x8” aluminum pan, cast iron skillet, or grill-safe baking dish. Cook uncovered in a smoker at 250°F for 1.5 hours. Stir and serve with tortilla chips.

Emmy award-winning journalist Jeff Darlington was born November 10, 1981, in New Jersey. After graduating from the University of Florida with a journalism degree, he began his career as a sports writer for the Florida Gators and later the Dolphins. He was a national field reporter for the NFL Network for five years and transitioned to the TV role from, where he was a national reporter in 2011. Darlington joined ESPN in September 2016 and appears on such shows as SportsCenter and NFL Countdown. During the offseason, he is a regular contributor to Get Up, NFL Live, and SportsCenter.

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