Some of the most popular food choices for Super Bowl parties are barbecued ribs, chicken wings, chili, dips and hot dogs. Nachos, tacos and fajitas are also popular options. Other possible choices include burgers, mozzarella strips, hoagies, potato salad and brownies.
Foodandwine.com offers several ideas for dips, including an avocado-hummus dip, guacamole with chorizo and queso fresco, and creamy spinach and shrimp dip. The magazine also suggests chicken wings made with sriracha, chili spiked with bacon and mojito Jell-O shots. The website also has recipes for hogs in a blanket, chicken fried chicken livers, French dip with onion jus and chicken wings with angry sauce.
Foodnetwork.com has some ideas for dishes that are slightly less exotic, including snacks and sweets for the big game. Its recipe for fajitas calls for ingredients including chipotle chilies, ground cumin and store-bought salsa. The fajitas take slightly more than three hours to prepare, but two hours of that is spent waiting for the beef to marinate sufficiently. Other specific recipes the website offers include ones for guacamole salad, turkey burgers and mozzarella sticks. The website includes 50 separate recipes for Super Bowl snacks.
Healthier options for the Super Bowl include shrimp, chicken skewers and guacamole made with broccoli.