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Sauces - Hot -  Buffalo Chicken Sauce Post by :cdaigle Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :March 2012 Read :1373

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Sauces - Hot - Buffalo Chicken Sauce

1 large marinated pimento or red pepper (roasted and peeled)
1/4 c packing liquid
1/2 t salt

(or 1 large plain roasted and peeled pimento or red bell pepper, 1/4 cup red wine vinegar and 1/2 t salt)

1 to 4 T Durkee, Tabasco or othe Louisana-style chile sauce
4 T softened butter
4 stalks celery, halved and cut in 4-inch lengths
3/4 c blue cheese dressing


Seed marinated pimento or red bell pepper (roasted and peeled); puree with packing liquid and salt in blender. (Or use 1 lg plain roasted and peeled pimento or red bell pepper, 1/4 c red wine vinegar and 1/2 t salt.) Add chile sauce (to taste) and softened butter; puree. Serve with celery and blue cheese dressing.
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