Our Super Bowl recipes rise above the usual gridiron grub of chips and dips to championship-worthy fare like Dried Cherry Chili, pizza burgers, and beer-boiled brats.
Buffalo Wings with Creamy Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce
The standard-setter for chicken wing recipes, this classic is a keeper.
Barbecue Pork Puffs
These amazingly rich bites put a tasty spin on tender Southern-style barbecued pork.
Italian Pork Panini
A garlicky, pork panini with olive tapenade gives “pigskin” a new meaning at your Super Bowl party.
Royal Roast Beef Panini
A grilled sandwich using sliced roast beef from the deli and sweet Hawaiian bread is easy and delicious for a tailgating party.
Easy Pesto Chicken Panini
With leftover rotisserie chicken or grilled boneless chicken breasts on hand, these delightful sandwiches come together prestissimo!
Panko-Crusted Salmon Sliders with Quick Ponzu Cucumbers
These easy-to-prepare salmon sliders with Asian flair will score points with Super Bowl Sunday guests.
Cheddar Sliders with Tomato Jam
A lightened-up, grown-up version of a grilled cheese that will be a sensation at your Super Bowl Sunday get-together.
Sliders are the new Super Bowl burger—these are just a bite or two, but packed with a tasty layer of spicy guacamole.
Ginger-Orange Glazed Chicken Wings
A citrusy Asian glaze sets these wings apart for your Super Bowl party line-up.
Gussy up guacamole with pungent blue cheese, spicy peppers and creamy sour cream for an unforgettable party dip.
Mediterranean Tomato Bruschetta
An easy appetizer with ripe tomatoes, black olives and crumbly feta that’s perfect for holiday parties and special occasions.
Grilled Potato Dippers with a Trio of Sauces
Serve these potato dippers as a side dish or a fun appetizer at your next gathering.
Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies
Food blogger Nicole Weston of Baking Bites puts a decadent new spin on a classic Southern cake.
Walnut “Bean” Burgers
Although the recipe calls for lentils, try making them with yellow split peas as well, for a lovely and sturdy variation. The split peas will need a little more water (up to 2 1/2 cups) and more cooking time, but are a really nice option.
These are delicious fried or broiled, with or without some cheese melted on top. Try serving Lentil –Walnut Burgers with thick slices of sweet red bell pepper, or if you are making this in tomato season, with thick slices of very ripe tomato. Or you can just put these on a bun and serve with your favorite burger condiments.
The burgers can be made up to several days in advance and stored in the refrigerator until just before cooking. Uncooked burgers can be individually wrapped and frozen. Defrost before cooking.