Super Bowl Recipes

February 5, 2011 by staff 

Super Bowl Recipes, New Super Bowl recipes for tasty dishes were added to the portal just in time for the big game Sunday night. With the game Packers vs. Bears, use these recipes for your Super Bowl party for other visitors. A favorite part is still frozen chicken wings or chicken wings. Using the recipe from the gate with flair Chinese, who collect the ingredients include soy sauce, honey, vegetable oil, garlic powder and spices as well as the wings themselves. Using these elements, coat the wings and refrigerate for several hours. Then bake at 375 degrees. The full recipe and instructions can be found here:

Also popular Super Bowl Sunday is dips for dipping chips and more food to taste. A delicious black bean dip and bacon surely impress the game. Start with ten ounces of black beans, olive oil, onions, lemon juice and other ingredients. Rinse and drain soaked black beans in a colander. Place the beans in a medium saucepan with enough water to cover. Bring to a boil over medium heat.

The complete recipe can be found here:
Super Bowl party food should keep you out of the kitchen as much as possible so that you can mingle with your guests and spend your evenings watching television applause instead of worrying about filling the plates.
Packers vs. Steelers chili: Get opposing flavors to work together by spicing up your chili with chili sauce Heinz Pittsburgh and Wisconsin cheddar cheese.

Buffalo Chicken Dip: Like the spicy flavors of wings and blue cheese without the mess? Try this sharp drop.

Baked tortilla chips and guacamole: Guacamole and chips are must for any sports watch. Here is a lighter version.

Spinach Dip: Another favorite of the party, this time paired with fried wontons.

Best fudge brownies: Brownies are a hit-you party, and they will score a spot on the list of your favorite dessert guests.

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