Buffalo Chicken Hot Wing Dip
1-12 oz bottle Frank's Original Hot Sauce
2-8 oz. packages cream cheese, cut into cubes
16 oz. bottle Ranch Dressing
1-28 oz. can Lehman's Chicken
2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
Mix all the ingredients together. Cook in a crock pot or slow cooker for an hour or two, stirring occasionally. You can also bake it at 350 degrees for 30 minutes if you don't want to wait! Serve with tortilla chips, crackers and celery. This is a big favorite at Glenda Lehman Ervin's household!
- With its long shelf life, canned meat is ideal for cabins and camping trips
- 28oz cans of meat
- Cans 2 lb each
- Minimally processed, made near our store in Kidron, Ohio
- Chicken, salt.
|Nutritional Facts |
|Serving Size 3 oz. (85g) |
Servings Per Container About 9
|Amount Per Serving |
|Calories 90 ||Calories from |
| ||% Daily Value* |
|Total Fat 1.5g ||2% |
| Saturated Fat 1g ||5% |
| Trans Fat 0g || |
|Cholesterol 35mg ||12% |
|Sodium 150mg ||6% |
|Total Carbohydrate 0g ||0% |
| Dietary Fiber 0g ||0% |
| Sugars 0g || |
|Protein 18g || |
|Vitamin A 0% ||Vitamin C 0% |
|Calcium 2% ||Iron 10% |
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs |
| ||Calories ||2,000 ||2,500 |
|Total Fat ||Less Than ||65g ||80g |
| Saturated Fat ||Less Than ||20g ||25g |
|Cholesterol ||Less Than ||300mg ||300mg |
|Sodium ||Less Than ||2,400mg ||2,400mg |
|Total Carbohydrate || ||300g ||375g |
| Dietary Fiber || ||25g ||30g |
Important Product Information: The shelf life of meat and broth is 5 years from the date on the can.
The manufacture date is the top line on the bottom of the can:
-The first alpha character denotes the type of meat: B=beef, C=chicken, T=turkey, P=pork.
- The first numeral after the alpha denotes the last number of production year: 9 = 2009, 0=2010, etc.
- The remaining digits are the day of the year according to the Julian calendar: Day 1 = January 1st, Day 365 = December 31st.
IMPORTANT PRODUCT INFORMATION: Per the vendor, the meat used in this product is considered all natural and minimally processed. It is unknown if the animals were grass-fed or free-roaming. The vendor cannot ensure that this meat is antibiotic-free or hormone-free, but the USDA requires testing of all meat to make sure it does not contain harmful levels of chemicals including antibiotics when butchered.