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Frank’s Redhot Sauces Review

by Nicole on March 16, 2012

Name of Product: Frank’s Redhot Sauces – THICK and Sweet Chili

Where can the product be purchased: at grocers nationwide

Description of Product:  “This year during March Madness, while fans debate which team will prevail, there’s one thing they can usually agree on – no game day celebration is complete without great food.

Frank’s® RedHot® Cayenne Pepper Sauce, the secret ingredient used in the original Buffalo wing sauce recipe since 1964, has a distinctive profile that is responsible for America’s obsession with Buffalo flavor. Since then, flavor fans have discovered that there are many other ways to enjoy the great taste of Frank’s RedHot. For example, try Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Chicken Dip. It is a creamy, flavorful dip that has all the flavor of authentic Buffalo wings but without the mess and it’s easy to make, too. Serve Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Chicken dip at your game day spread and it’s sure to become an instant favorite!

In addition to numerous recipes that include this “must-have” ingredient, flavor fans who fell in love with Frank’s RedHot Original can now choose from other great flavor varieties. New Frank’s Redhot Sweet Chili Sauce is great for those seeking a sweet ‘n spicy alternative and THICK sauce has the same great flavor as Original, but is thicker for better pouring and spreading. So try Frank’s RedHot on all your game day favorites like subs, pizza, nachos, chili, chips and more.

Whether you are looking for tangy, spicy, or simply the taste of Original, gather your friends into your home for a game day celebration with appetizing recipes that are sure to lure even the most serious fans from the big screen to the buffet table. Try the ever-popular Buffalo Chicken Dip that delivers traditional buffalo wing flavor without the mess or these other quick & easy crowd pleasing recipes below, and visit for more great recipes.

Description: Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Dip


This robust creamy dip tastes like Buffalo Chicken Wings but without the mess! Serve hot with celery sticks, veggies or your favorite chips.

Prep Time: 5 min. Cook Time: 20 min.

1 (8 oz.) package Cream cheese, softened
½ cup Blue cheese or ranch salad dressing
½ cup any flavor FRANK’S® REDHOT® Sauce
½ cup Crumbled blue cheese or shredded mozzarella cheese
2 cans (12.5 oz. each) SWANSON® White Premium Chunk Chicken Breast in Water, drained

1. HEAT oven to 350ºF. Place cream cheese into deep baking dish. Stir until smooth.
2. MIX in salad dressing, Frank’s RedHot sauce and cheese. Stir in chicken.
3. BAKE 20 minutes or until mixture is heated through; stir. Garnish as desired. Serve with crackers or cut up vegetables.

Makes 4 cups dip

Microwave Directions: Prepare as above. Place in microwave-safe dish. Microwave, uncovered, on HIGH 5 min. until hot, stirring halfway through cooking.

Tips: You may substitute 2 cups shredded cooked chicken.

Slow Cooker Method: Combine ingredients as directed above. Place mixture into small slow cooker. Heat on HIGH setting for 1 ½ hours until hot and bubbly or on LOW setting for 2 ½ to 3 hours. Stir.

Tailgating Tip: Prepare dip ahead and place in heavy disposable foil pan. Place pan on grill and heat dip until hot and bubbly.

Review of Product: I received the THICK and sweet chili varieties neither of which I knew existed until now.  They are both so yummy! I love Frank’s Redhot sauce and the THICK variety is perfect for dipping which is so much fun.  The sweet chili variety is sweet and a little spicy and was perfect on some wings or also as a dip.  These sauces are very versatile and can be used as marinades, sauces or dips.  Think  creatively and give these flavor packed sauces a run in all of your recipes!

I received a sample of these products to review at no charge but my opinions remain my own.

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