Buffalo Chicken Ranch Sliders

This past weekend I went to Food Blog Forum here in Orlando. It was a beautiful event that my good friend Julie form thelittlekitchen.net put so much time and effort into. If it wasn’t for her, along with Dawn Viola, the event would not have been possible.

I really wish I had gotten more pictures, but I was way too busy chatting everyone up to snap even a few pictures. Oh and did I mention I’m lazy. Whenever I’m with good friends, or even on vacation I am notorious for not taking photos. I really just like to just take it all in, even though I always regret not taking more photos  later.

Here’s the only photo I did get. Julius is lighting us with his iphone flashlight and Leslie is taking the pic. And that’s me in the middle and Aggie to the right and Denise to the left.

The speakers at the conference were incredibly inspirational and so generous with their knowledge. I left refreshed and inspired to keep doing what I love. I did learn many new things I want to put into practice. But the best part of the conference was chatting up all the beautiful women who all have the same passions as me: family, food, and community.

And now back to the food. This was yesterday’s dinner, buffalo chicken ranch sliders. They are simple little ground chicken sliders with buffalo and ranch. I made a couple without the additional wing sauce for my son, and he loved them. Ours were slathered in spicy wing sauce though. They were amazing.

Yield: Serves 4

Buffalo Chicken Ranch Sliders

5.00 stars (2 reviews)


1 lb ground chicken
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup chopped celery
1 teaspoon dried ranch dressing mix
2 tablespoons buffalo wing sauce
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon black pepper
small slider size rolls
additional buffalo wing sauce
ranch dressing
assorted greens or lettuce
vegetable oil for cooking burgers


Preheat grill or skillet to medium heat. Add ground chicken, chopped onion, chopped celery, ranch dressing mix, buffalo wing sauce, Worcestershire and black pepper to a large bowl. Mix well with hands and form meat mixture into 8 equal patties.

Drizzle skillet or brush grill with vegetable oil. Cook burgers over medium heat until done, or the internal temperature is 165°.

Serve burgers on rolls slathered with ranch dressing topped with additional wing sauce and fresh greens.

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