Easy to make Buffalo Chicken Skillet Nachos. Made with rotisserie chicken and buffalo sauce, this will become your new game day appetizer!
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I’ve got the munchies! I absolutely LOVE to each chips and salsa but there comes a time when a girl needs to kick it up a notch! That’s where this nacho recipe comes into play!
Awhile ago I made these bacon ranch skillet nachos and my family went crazy for them! So this time I decided to add some of my favorite flavors!
To make skillet nachos:
- I like to use restaurant style tortilla chips but you could definitely use any kind your would like.
- Using rotisserie chicken really speeds up the process of making these nachos. Basically you throw everything together and pop it into the oven.
- I went heavy on the buffalo sauce but you could cut back if you are not into anything that is too spicy.
- Using a mixture of cheeses makes these buffalo chicken skillet nachos super cheesy. I really like a colby jack mixture.
- My skillet is the small size. Which is 6 inch but you could use any size. You would just need to increase the quantities of your ingredients!
MORE GAME DAY RECIPES:
Also these bacon cheddar pinwheels are always a hit!
This easy sausage dip is gobbled up quicker than anything else!
And if you are looking for something sweet, how about this mixed berry s’mores skillet dip!
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Buffalo Chicken Skillet Nachos
- 2 cups shredded rotisserie chicken
- 1/2 cup buffalo sauce
- 3-4 cups tortilla chips
- 2 cups colby jack shredded cheese
- 1/4 cup celery diced
- 1/4 cup ranch dressing
Preheat oven to 375 ℉.
In small bowl add chicken and buffalo sauce. Mix together well. Set aside.
In small skillet add tortilla chips.
Top with cheese.
Top with chicken.
Bake for 11-13 minutes or until cheese has completely melted.
Top with celery and drizzle with ranch dressing.
Serve warm and ENJOY!