A simple home-cooking recipe for a buffalo chicken dip is breaking the internet

A simple home chef’s recipe for buffalo chicken dip is widely recognized on social media, with many hailing it as ‘the best ever’.

The dish can be prepared by adding five basic ingredients – cream cheese, shredded mozzarella, cooked chicken, buffalo wings sauce and ranch sauce – to a saucepan and stirring over high heat for an hour.

The retreat photos have gone viral, racking up 11,000 likes and 48,000 shares since they were posted on the popular Facebook cooking group, Cheap Meal Ideas, on Sunday.

Thousands of cheerful responses poured in, many tagging their friends, begging them to make it happen.

The dish can be prepared by adding cream cheese, shredded mozzarella cheese, cooked chicken, buffalo wing sauce and ranch sauce to a saucepan, stirring over high heat for an hour.

One woman wrote, “Oh my God I’m craving this.”

“Definitely try this!” A second said, while a third added, “That sounds amazing and so easy, just being able to throw it into the crock.”

The buffalo chicken dip is the latest simple recipe to gain attention online, as millions of Australians locked up across NSW and Victoria are cooking and baking to pass the time until restrictions are lifted.

Last month, Sydney fashion designer Jules Sebastian delighted fans by sharing the recipe for her favorite treat: Roasted Tomatoes with Whipped Ricotta Cheese.

The dive photos (pictured) have gone viral, racking up 11,000 likes and 48,000 shares since being posted to the popular Facebook cooking group, Cheap Meal Ideas, on Sunday.

The dive photos (pictured) have gone viral, racking up 11,000 likes and 48,000 shares since being posted to the popular Facebook cooking group, Cheap Meal Ideas, on Sunday.

Jay Sebastian’s 40-year-old wife said the snack, which she learned to cook from food blogger Bondi Moma, is one of her family’s favorite dishes.

The recipe calls for basic ingredients including grape tomatoes, vine, a tub of ricotta cheese, lemon juice, and Parmesan, plus salt, pepper, and thyme for seasoning.

Jules has been keeping busy during lockdown by sharing recipes and fashion tips from the $3.1 million Marubra home that she shares with husband Jay and their young sons Hudson and Archer in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

To prepare her latest dish, she places a large quantity of grape tomatoes and tomatoes on the vine in a baking tray, then seasons the quantity with salt, pepper, olive oil and thyme.

Australian designer Jules Sebastian recently shared her simple recipe for one of her family's favorite closing dishes - roasted tomatoes with whipped ricotta (pictured)

Jay Sebastian's 40-year-old wife said her family

Australian designer Jules Sebastian (right) recently shared her simple recipe for one of her family’s favorite closing dishes – grilled tomatoes with whipped ricotta (left)

Jules pours a dash of white wine over the tomatoes, then pops the tray in the oven to bake at 160°C for 30 to 40 minutes.

Meanwhile, her attention turned to the ricotta.

Jules makes this by mixing a bowl of cream cheese, Parmesan, lemon juice, olive oil, salt, and pepper, then whisking the mixture until soft and fluffy.

Once the tomatoes are roasted, spread the ricotta over a serving dish and add the tomatoes on top, sprinkled with basil and some olive oil.

Jules finishes the dish by frying pieces of sourdough dipped in olive oil and then serving them on the side for dipping.

I urged viewers to give this a try, my family inhaled it.

Fans were quick to rave about the recipe, which has racked up 3,441 likes since it was uploaded online on Monday.

“I need that meal,” former Hi-5 star Casey Burgess replied.

Another added: “I will do this.”

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