Hello! I hope you’re having a great weekend so far. Tomorrow is the Super Bowl and while football might be the main attraction, the snacks play an important supporting role. So let the snacks be the star of the show! Whether you’re hosting or bringing a dish to a potluck Super Bowl Party, I have collected 6 Super Bowl Recipes perfect for the big game.
Today we get ready for the big game with 6 Super Bowl Recipes
You can get the full recipe card for a dish by clicking the link at the end of each section
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Since we have the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, I thought a super Easy Skillet Taco Dip might be a good addition to your Super Bowl Spread. The thing is, this one skillet taco dip is great as a meal too. Serve with street taco-size tortillas, corn or flour, and let everyone help themselves to create their own little tacos. This is an easy dish to throw together, mostly with pantry and fridge staples.
The upcoming Super Bowl has turned my attention to a Game Day recipe today. We will have a small group of family over for the game and while we will likely have a few of the usual suspects (I’m looking at you Hot Wings), I wanted to toss a new recipe in the mix. Something easy and unfussy, delicious and unexpected. So I came up with these Ham and Cheese Sliders. Store-bought brioche rolls, deli sliced Black Forest ham, gruyere cheese and caramelized onions, with a horseradish mayo – toasted to perfection.
Today we are trying our hand at Toasted Ravioli. I never knew about Toasted Ravioli until I lived in St. Louis, which is where it originated. Lou Oldani Sr. is credited with inventing the deep-fried ravioli in the 1940’s, at his restaurant Oldani’s in St. Louis’s Italian neighborhood, The Hill. There is always contention when it comes to recipe origins and Toasted Ravioli is no different. In addition to Oldani’s (now Mama’s on The Hill), Angelo’s (now Charlie Gitto’s) also boasted the invention of Toasted Ravioli. Whoever actually came up with it, I am sure glad they did because Toasted Ravioli is genius.
I have a fun recipe today that is great for a game day snack or a Halloween party spread. With flavorful breading that crisps up to a satisfying crunch; tender, juicy chicken breast, these fried chicken bites will not disappoint. Serve up a basket of Popcorn Chicken with a variety of dipping sauces and I promise, these will be the hit of the party!
Picnic season is upon us and today, we are making a great Picnic Sandwich. This is one of those easily customizable recipes that you can throw together over the course of a morning and have it ready for an afternoon picnic, or keep it wrapped in the fridge until the next day. I think the real star of this Picnic Sandwich is the Artichoke Pepper Spread – artichoke hearts, garlic, basil, sweet Piquanté peppers and Calabrian chilis processed together and stirred with olive oil to make a savory, sweet and spicy sandwich spread.
Leading up to Cinco de Mayo, I am sharing another Mexican recipe; today we have Cóctel de Camarónes, or Mexican Shrimp Cocktail. Mexican Shrimp Cocktail is a bit more robust than the type we usually see on an appetizer menu. This version has diced jicama, cucumbers, onions and avocado. It’s refreshing and light, with a little bit of spice.
Yesterday, Beth shared a great batch cocktail for Super Sunday: Sunday Funday Punch. Make sure to click the title or image below to read the article.
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