My family is a sucker for anything with buffalo, cheese, and potatoes… so I knew I would get nothing but happy smiling faces when I told them I’d be making a recipe for Blackstone Buffalo Chicken Loaded Potatoes!
This dish does take a little bit of prep work, but then everything is cooked on the Blackstone… so minimal dirty dishes were involved 🙂
Putting all of the ingredients on a tray will make your life a little easier when cooking outside.
Everything will be ready to go and you’ll only have a few trips in and out of the house to and from the griddle.
This is just one of my fabulous Complete Meals on the Griddle!
How to make Blackstone Buffalo Chicken Loaded Potatoes
First preheat the griddle to medium for several minutes.
Then add a few strips of bacon and cook three to four minutes per side.
Remove the bacon and place back on the tray once cooked.
Add some cooking oil of choice and a pound and a half of diced red potatoes.
Season with kosher salt and pepper and cook 9 to 11 minutes, stirring and flipping a few times with hibachi spatulas.
Next add a little more cooking oil along with a pound and a half of chicken thighs that have been cut into bite size pieces.
You can certainly use chicken breasts, I just love the flavor and juiciness of the thighs.
Season the chicken as well with more kosher salt and pepper and cook for 9 to 11 more minutes.
I started my chicken and potatoes separate but ended up cooking them all together flipping with the hibachi spatulas a few times.
Once the chicken and potatoes are fully cooked add a packet of dry ranch seasoning and half a cup of buffalo sauce.
Cook this for a few minutes until it’s evenly combined.
And now comes the loaded part!
Sprinkle two cups shredded cheese of choice, I went with Mexican blend.
Also, once the cheese has melted, add the cooked bacon from earlier, simply crumble right over top.
And a drizzle of ranch dressing or sour cream along with some green onions.
I served Blackstone Buffalo Chicken Loaded Potatoes right from the griddle with my hibachi spatulas 🙂
Or you could carefully transfer all of this yumminess to the same tray used to carry it out.
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Blackstone Buffalo Chicken Loaded Potatoes
- Blackstone Griddle
- Flat Top Grill/ Griddle
- 1 1/2 pounds red potatoes
- 1 1/2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs or breasts
- 6 slices bacon
- cooking oil of choice
- kosher salt, pepper
- 1 packet dry ranch seasoning
- 1/2 cup buffalo wing sauce
- 2 cups shredded cheese (I used Mexican blend)
- Optional toppings: green onions, sour cream, ranch dressing
- Cut the potatoes and chicken into bite size pieces and place them separated on a tray. Place all the other ingredients on the tray, keep everything separated from the raw chicken.
- Carry the tray with the ingredients out to the Blackstone and preheat the griddle to medium heat for several minutes.
- Place the bacon slices on the griddle and cook 3 to 4 minutes per side or until the bacon is cooked. Remove the bacon from the griddle, let it cool, and crumble into smaller pieces, set aside.
- Add some cooking oil to the griddle along with the diced potatoes, kosher salt, and pepper. Cook the potatoes for 9 to 11 minutes turning and flipping a few times with your hibachi spatulas.
- Add more cooking oil and the chicken to the griddle with the potatoes along with more kosher salt and pepper. Cook 9 to 11 minutes stirring and flipping a few times with the potatoes.
- Once the chicken is cooked and the potatoes are cooked how you prefer add the dry ranch seasoning and wing sauce, cook a minute or two combining everything together with the hibachi spatulas.
- Spread the chicken and potatoes in an even layer on the griddle. Sprinkle the cheese and bacon crumbles over top and wait for the cheese to melt, you can turn the griddle off while waiting for the cheese to melt.
- Sprinkle with green onions, sour cream, and or ranch dressing if desired. I served this by having my family bring their plates to the griddle and I used the hibachi spatulas to put some on their plates. You can also use the hibachi spatula to transfer to a tray to bring inside for dinner.