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Memorial Day will be here before we know it! Memorial Day always seems to be the official kick-off to summer. Summer means picnics, parties, reunions and BBQs. Moore’s Marinades and Sauces make the perfect addition to all of your events.
Moores Original Buffalo Wing Sauce
I am always up for trying out new products, especially when those products are food related! Moore’s Marinades and Sauces was a brand new product to me, so I wasn’t sure what I was going to make with it. Then Molly, my daughter, said that her friend Jayne had made some chicken wraps that had buffalo sauce in them. Molly said how good they were, so she shared the recipe with Molly. We changed it up a bit and used Moore’s Original Buffalo Wing Sauce in the recipe.
Molly filled them, so don’t blame me for the uneven filling amount in the chicken wraps! And I’m not sure how I didn’t see that little bit of tortilla hanging there but… Hey, who cares how they look as long as they taste good, and they did! The next time, we’ll have to measure the amount of filling we put in each one. She only put green onions in a few because she doesn’t like them, but Kyle and I do!
The first thing we did was forget to take the cream cheese out to let it soften for long enough…no wait. That was the second thing. The first thing I did was boil some chicken and then shred it, so it would be ready for the wraps. The SECOND thing we did was forget to let the cream cheese soften enough. But Molly kind of squished it up, and it got softened.
This is 8 oz. of “softened” cream cheese, a cup of shredded cheddar and an 1/8 cup of sour cream. Mix that all together and then set it aside.
Mix up 2 cups of cooked and shredded chicken with a half cup of Moore’s Original Buffalo Wing Sauce.
Stir the chicken/sauce into the cream cheese mixture.
Here is where you can add more or less filling depending on your preferences. Most of ours got the right amount. If you like green onions, here is where you’d sprinkle some on top. Then just roll them up and cut them in half. You can chill them ahead of time if you want to, but we didn’t have time for that. They tasted just fine!
This makes a great appetizer or a main dish! I know in summer you don’t usually want hot foods, so this is perfect. We had ours with some pasta salad and that was dinner. Yum!
- 8 oz softened cream cheese
- 1 c. shredded cheddar cheese
- 1/8 c. sour cream
- 2 c. cooked and shredded chicken
- 1/2 c. Moore's Buffalo Chicken Wing Sauce
- Flour tortillas
- Sliced green onions (optional)
- Mix cream cheese, cheddar cheese, and sour cream.
- Mix chicken and sauce.
- Mix cream cheese mixture with chicken mixture.
- Spread desired amount of mixture on a tortilla. Add green onions if desired.
- Roll tortillas up and cut in half.
- Serve immediately or refrigerate ahead of time.
About Moore’s Marinades and Sauces
From Moore’s: “It all began over thirty years ago in the small Alabama town of Jasper with a family-owned steakhouse and homegrown good flavor. There, Moore’s Original Marinade was created and soon became a staple in the town for its delightful, hickory taste. From the start, our flavor defined not only food, but family. This recipe was the Moore’s family’s shining achievement and was so sought after, that they eventually began to sell it in Styrofoam cups to the steakhouse regulars.
Since then, we’ve upgraded from Styrofoam cups and expanded our taste buds, bringing you and yours mouthwatering favorites like our award winning Moore’s Buffalo Wing Sauce. Check out our products page to see our ever-expanding line of marinades and sauces. We’re always working to capture the magic of the first spark of flavor that started it all three decades ago. We pour our hearts into our marinades and sauces in order to give you a taste of true southern flavor to share with those closest to you.
Moore’s provides Moore Flavor for any cooking occasion!”
Operation BBQ Relief
For the months of May and June, Moore’s Marinades and Sauces will donate ten cents for every bottle sold to Operation BBQ Relief, which serves food to those affected by disasters. Moore’s Marinades and Sauces has doubled their pledge from 2016, promising $20,000 for 2017. Go out and buy some today!
Moore’s has a lot of recipes on their website! I know you’re going to want to make these Fiery Fiesta Chicken Wraps, but be sure to check out these recipes. That way you can decide which sauces you’re going to want to buy! Find out where to buy Moore’s Marinades and Sauces.
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