Hello there, friends!~ I figured since I was on a  tortilla pie kick, I would add one more to the vault, Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pie. Here is a link to the Cheeseburger Tortilla Pie or Philly Cheesesteak Tortilla Pie if you missed them. 

Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pie

Today, I am sharing a Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pie. For this recipe, you will need 1 and a half pounds of chicken breast, 5 soft tortillas (for tacos or fajitas), 1 cup of Buffalo sauce, celery salt or celery seed,  blue cheese, celery, carrots, and sharp cheddar cheese for topping. Also, the Insta-pan will help you with not only this recipe but many more. Check out my post on all things you can make in a Springform/bundt pan


Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pie

Native New Yorker

Considering I am a Buffalo, New York native, I know what true chicken wings are! Believe me, I know and there is no true wing like a Buffalo Wing. The two biggest rivals of the region are Anchor Bar and Duffs. I love Anchor Bars sauce, but love Duff’s crispy wing more. It is a 50/50 for me. I don’t have a clear winner.  This Buffalo chicken pie is about as close to comfort and a taste of a wing I will have. I won’t dare order chicken wings here in the South, why waste the calories HA!

Substitutes Are Alright!

The nice thing about this Buffalo Chicken tortilla pie is it really is not that high in calories. You can substitute low-fat blue cheese for the topping. The side of celery and carrots is a nice healthy touch too.

Buffalo chicken tortilla pie in the Instant Pot


I hope you give it a try and let me know how you liked it. It certainly is filling and will serve 4 people nice servings. Make two pies if you are hosting a gathering.


You can also check out all my recipes I have made using a 7′ Springform pan HERE 

Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pie

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Layered Pie Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Course Dinner, Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine American, BBQ


  • 1 ½ lbs. chicken breast
  • 5 flour tortilla shells
  • 1 cup Buffalo chicken wing sauce (Ken's brand)
  • blue cheese
  • 2 stalks celery
  • 1 carrots
  • blue cheese dressing
  • celery salt or seed to taste
  • sharp cheddar cheese for melting on top


  • Add a cup of water to Pot. Cook Chicken breast on High Pressure for 15 minutes with a natural release. Remove Chicken and water from pot when finished.
  • In a separate bowl add the chicken wings, celery salt, chopped celery, buffalo sauce, and cooked chicken. Using a fork shred the chicken well.
  • Take a 7' Springform pan and spray bottom lightly with non-stick cooking spray.
  • Take your first Tortilla shell and layer it on the bottom of the pan. Add shredded chicken, celery, and a dollop of blue cheese dressing.
  • Repeat the layering process to the top. You may also add a little more wing sauce to the layer as you go. Top with sharp cheddar cheese.
  • Add one cup of water to the pot. Set pan on the trivet. Lower pan into the pot and set to High Pressure for approximately 15 minutes.
  • Quick Release and let sit for 5 minutes before serving. May top with lettuce or additional celery, carrots, and blue cheese to taste. Enjoy!

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