10 Big Dishes to make your Super Bowl party even better

January 28th, 2017

dishes for the Super Bowl

By Joseph Temple

Beginning in 1967 when over 60,000 fans paid an average ticket price of nine dollars to watch the Kansas City Chiefs face the Green Bay Packers in the first ever AFL-NFL World Championship Game, the Super Bowl has morphed from an experimental football endeavor pitting rival leagues against each other into a must-see extravaganza.  And over the decades as television screens have gotten bigger and bigger, so has this annual spectacle, which is watched in over 100 million American homes.  In fact, the festivities have become so huge that several petitions have been launched to make the following Monday a national holiday.

But how can you talk about the big game without mentioning the pivotal role that food plays?  After all, Super Bowl Sunday represents the second largest day for food consumption in the United States, second to only Thanksgiving.  As one author wrote, “Unlike Thanksgiving … it’s all about football and food.  Thanksgiving may go food, then football, but Super Bowl Sunday is simply eat food, watch football while you eat food, and then eat more food.”

So in honor of the big day, here’s a spin on ten classic dishes that no Super Bowl party can go without.  Enjoy!

Super Bowl snacks chili

1. Chili (for a spin on the classic, skip the habanero and add some spicy smoked sausage)

pulled pork sandiwches superbowl recipe

2. Pulled Pork Sandwiches (for something fun even the kids will like, try slow cooking pork in root beer)

burgers for the superbowl

3. Hamburgers (jazz up a traditional burger by making them into bite sized sliders – try different cheeses too like pepper jack or smoked Gouda for something special)

Pizza bbq super bowl

4. Pizza (for a crispy and smoky crust, grill your favorite pizza on the BBQ)

bean dip recipe for superbowl party

5. Bean Dip (for a healthier alternative, mix in some veggies like fire roasted corn and peppers)

Pigs in a blanket super bowl

6. Pigs in a Blanket (don’t limit yourself to tiny franks – see what your guests think of duck or chicken sausage)

Nachos super bowl

7. Nachos (for a low carb option, replace tortilla chips with zucchini medallions)

Pizza bbq super bowl

8. Chicken Wings (for a more exotic flare, bake in a curry sauce and serve with a cool yogurt dip)

Chicken wings recipe super bowl

9. Meatballs (buns, sauce, cheese,
veggies…presto! A meatball sub bar!)

Super Bowl cake

10. And of course, you can never go wrong with a football shaped cake and team themed cupcakes

You might also like:

Do you have a special recipe/dish for the Super Bowl?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
January 28th, 2017

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Skip to toolbar