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Dec
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Spicy Chicken Pups!


This recipe is based on my hush puppies recipe. I doubled the recipe and used a cup of diced chicken and a cup of diced jalapenos plus a tablespoon of crushed red peppers. Morgan said it was awesome! Score! (And she doesn’t LIKE hush puppies, so nobody tell her.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 9, 2011  

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  1. 12-9
    7:54
    pm

    WHOAH! Those sound really HOT (and delicious)! Will have to try them for sure! I love hushpuppies, especially kicked up about 12 notches like these! :dancingmonster:

  2. 12-9
    8:11
    pm

    :happyflower:
    I love hush puppies–and spicy foods,what a perfect pairing!

  3. 12-9
    8:50
    pm

    Can’t wait to try these!

  4. 12-9
    9:38
    pm

    Fry a shoe and it would be edible, but this looks really good! Did you have a dip with it?

  5. 12-9
    10:13
    pm

    Oh my…a new comfort food.

  6. 12-9
    11:23
    pm

    Lol … those aren’t hush puppies, they are fire starters!

  7. 12-10
    12:02
    am

    Yum yum!

  8. 12-10
    7:41
    am

    Oh yum! Trying to reach them thru the screen here. Dang…I will be glad when we can do that. Things will start disappearing from your place before you can say SCAT! :snoopy: Anything to do with…
    chicken….or cornbread…add fried to it and you have my attention!
    :happyflower:

  9. 12-10
    11:56
    am

    I’ll have to try that…….without the spicy stuff! Looks delicious.

  10. 12-10
    1:31
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Suzann, I make a dressing for my taco salad that would be a good dip for these chickpups as well, my Hubby likes it with warm tortilla chips or doritos as well. I start with sour cream (low fat is ok) mix in chunky salsa as hot or mild as you like, and cumin, I dont do amounts, just to taste. It is like a dressing that Chi-Chi’s used back in the 80’s. It is always popular when I take it to a get together.
    It is also good with a big baked potato, fries or onion rings.

  11. 12-10
    3:59
    pm

    Suzanne, I am sitting here laughing so hard…and I am all alone!! Okay, so you finally made it, you have “Chickens in the Road!” And that, my friend, is why you moved…we didn’t know it then, but we know it now. You are HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. 12-10
    11:59
    pm

    We had Chicken Pups for Saturday supper and they were a great success.I used PepperJack cheese in them.We will make them again.Thanks!

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