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Superbowl food?

Anyone have any great ideas for superbowl foods? I'm not having a party, but we have family game night, and I figured this was a great time to pick up some snack ideas.

Tonight i made some really simple cheese dip.

1 large pack of velveta cheese
2 cans of rotel tomatos with lime and cilantro
1/2 pack of taco seasoning

I drained the tomatos, cubed the cheese and sprinkled on the taco seasoning. Popped it in the micro for about 4 mins. Stirred and served with tortilla chips. Since it's just the 3 of us I do only half, but it does reheat very well. If you are putting it in a crockpot or in a warming dish, add a cup or cup and a half of heavy cream to prevent it from getting dry and cracking on top.

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Chilli
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I said I'm NOT having a party, just wanted to start a thread for party food ideas. (recipies are always nice). I shared a simple cheese dip, anyone else have something original to offer?

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Buffalo Chicken Dip is one of my favorite shin-dig foods:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5050760_make...icken-dip.html

I like adding extra hot sauce too.

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Bacon wrapped water chestnuts

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My sister makes bacon wrapped lil smokies. She wraps them in bacon, then sprinkles brown sugar over them, and then bakes them for a few mins. The sugar, and bacon make a crispy coating, everyone goes nuts for them.

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Buffalo Chicken Dip is one of my favorite shin-dig foods:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5050760_make...icken-dip.html

I like adding extra hot sauce too.
yum! That's what I'm looking for, something different than I'm already doing.

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Chili
Corned beef sandwiches
Chips and salsa
Wings, I like these for pre-made ones, just heat them up. Jewel has them
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Lots of air freshener for the aftermath of the above listed foods. LOL!!!!!!!

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Here's a Queso Fundito recipe that f'n rocks!

Sautee 1/4 to 1/3 of a finely chopped Vidalia Onion in Butter. Leave in pan.
Brown 12 oz pork chorizo in same pan with 1 tbsp Frank's Buffalo Wing Sauce, 1 tsp Crushed Red Pepper & a dash of Seasoning Salt for 10 to 12 mins in same pan.
Cube 24 oz of Oaxaca cheese.
Layer Cheese & Chorizo in a large serving bowl.
Nuke on low to med power until cheese melts.
Place in oven @ 400f until cheese slightly browns.
Serve with 24 warm taco size tortillas.

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Here's a Queso Fundito recipe that f'n rocks!

Sautee 1/4 to 1/3 of a finely chopped Vidalia Onion in Butter. Leave in pan.
Brown 12 oz pork chorizo in same pan with 1 tbsp Frank's Buffalo Wing Sauce, 1 tsp Crushed Red Pepper & a dash of Seasoning Salt for 10 to 12 mins in same pan.
Cube 24 oz of Oaxaca cheese.
Layer Cheese & Chorizo in a large serving bowl.
Nuke on low to med power until cheese melts.
Place in oven @ 400f until cheese slightly browns.
Serve with 24 warm taco size tortillas.

Have cardiac specialist on standby.
yum! perfect. Does this work with the beef chorizo as well?

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Easy Meatballs in BBQ (crockpot) (two to 3 hours but minimal actual 'work')

Armour Frz Meatballs, thaw according to directions (microwave works fine, just don't over thaw them)

Toss in crock pot and literally cover with Sweet Baby Ray's sauce. Turn on high. Gently stir every 30 minutes and check for the temp you like. After an hour or two you might think the sauce is getting too tangy, you can simply smooth it out with a can of tomato paste mixed in at that point

Whip out the toothpicks and snack on that crap all night long.

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Arch, try this next time.

1 bag of meatballs
1 jar of grape jelly
1 jar of hunts chili sauce

mix equal parts of the jelly and chili sauce. Pour over meatballs and let simmer in the crock. It makes awesome sweet and sour bbq sauce. Always a huge hit. It sounds weird but taste amazing.

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It works with beef, but I've tried both & prefer pork, specifically Supremo. Hot if you like a little spice.
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Pulled pork I have a good recipe if I get time I will post

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Buffalo Chicken Dip is one of my favorite shin-dig foods:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5050760_make...icken-dip.html
My friend made this on NYE....it was AWESOME!!!

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Anyone have any great ideas for superbowl foods? I'm not having a party, but we have family game night, and I figured this was a great time to pick up some snack ideas.

Tonight i made some really simple cheese dip.

1 large pack of velveta cheese
2 cans of rotel tomatos with lime and cilantro
1/2 pack of taco seasoning

I drained the tomatos, cubed the cheese and sprinkled on the taco seasoning. Popped it in the micro for about 4 mins. Stirred and served with tortilla chips. Since it's just the 3 of us I do only half, but it does reheat very well. If you are putting it in a crockpot or in a warming dish, add a cup or cup and a half of heavy cream to prevent it from getting dry and cracking on top.
I like to do this one with 1/2 lb of browned ground beef and 1/2 lb of browned sausage.

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Chilli
Weiners in BBQ
Both are personal favorites!

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Last time I had a superbowl party was when the Bears played. I had a Chicago style hot dog station (and I smacked people when they asked for ketchup) and I had some Lou Malnati's pizzas shipped down here. I don't go crazy but I like to have somewhat of a theme.

Last year I went to a party and I brought with me grilled chicken wings with White BBQ sauce. It's pretty good stuff. Also tastes great over any kind of grilled chicken.

1 1/2 c mayo
1/4 c water
1/4 c white wine vinegar
1 tbsp ground pepper
1 tbsp creole or dijon mustard (whatever you've got is fine)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
2 garlic cloves, minced
2 tsp prepared horseradish

There are tons of variations on this recipe; I never make it the same way twice.


My other favorite is goat cheese/fig spread. I serve it with black pepper water crackers.
- Equal parts goat cheese and cream chese, softened
- Fresh figs OR fig spread if figs are out of season (jam, preserves, whatever you can find; and you can usually find this at whole foods or in a regular grocery with a good cheese and/or jam section). The amount you use is based on your taste; I usually use 2 tbsp or so if using jam, 4-5 figs if using fresh.
- If you're using fresh, cook them down (either by roasting or by simmering in a SMALL amount of water). If you're using jam, just add straight from the jar.
- salt & pepper to taste
- mix well using a hand mixer or with your own muscles
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Easy Meatballs in BBQ (crockpot) (two to 3 hours but minimal actual 'work')

Armour Frz Meatballs, thaw according to directions (microwave works fine, just don't over thaw them)

Toss in crock pot and literally cover with Sweet Baby Ray's sauce. Turn on high. Gently stir every 30 minutes and check for the temp you like. After an hour or two you might think the sauce is getting too tangy, you can simply smooth it out with a can of tomato paste mixed in at that point

Whip out the toothpicks and snack on that crap all night long.

ooo, I love Sweet Baby Ray's.
I do this sometimes, but add pineapple chunks and red & green bell peppers for crunch.

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last year, everyone tried to be really original with bringing dishes to our party... the biggest hit was the one guy who stopped at white castle on the way and picked up a couple of crave cases (60 sliders). those were the first to go haha

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