Ultimate Guide To Easy Super Bowl Sunday Appetizers

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Easy Super Bowl Sunday Appetizers

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With Super Bowl just around the corner, I wanted to share with you some of my  simple yet delicious game day appetizers that will be a hit with your guest!

Game Day Chicken Wings

chicken-wings

Yes, Super Bowl and Chicken Wings are a given so here is a recipe that is super easy. It only takes 40 minutes and doesn’t involve frying! It’s basically a bake, pour, mix, and serve recipe (with lots of napkins on the side). These wings are crisp on the outside, moist on the inside, and deliver the “kick” you expect from a wing!

FOR THE RECIPE CLICK HERE 

Game Day Sliders

Sliders with cheese!

When I make these sliders I can’t keep up with the demand, they are just so juicy and delicious! I use Hawaiian dinner rolls for the buns because they are a tiny bit sweet and enhances the flavor of the beef. The tang of the ketchup along with the melted sharp cheddar cheese, bread-&-butter pickles, gives these tiny morsel lots of different flavors and textures that will make you want to go back for seconds, thirds, fourths…….

FOR THE RECIPE CLICK HERE 

TOMATO SALSA 

   Tomato Salsa

I put salsa on everything, I just love it. You will always find fresh salsa in my refrigerator. I have it for breakfast with my eggs, any style.  LOVE it in burritos, grilled cheese sandwich’s, taco’s, grilled chicken and shrimp. Yes, I’ve even tossed it in pasta! Of course who doesn’t love good ol tortilla chips with salsa. I buy the extra thick tortilla chips and heat them in the oven at 400 F for 5 minutes. I love the way heating the tortilla chip brings out the flavor of the chip. I also love the way the warm crunchy tortilla chips feels in your mouth when you dip it into the salsa and take a bite! Too much happening in my mouth at once, it’s so good!

FOR THE RECIPE CLICK HERE 

Guacamole

a guacamole #390

The secret to fluffy, creamy yet slightly chunky guacamole is to start with ripe avocados, make sure they’re cold. I use a potato masher and mash the heck out of them until they are creamy with a bit of tiny avocado pieces still intact. A fork will do if you don’t have a potato masher-it just takes a little more work.  The cilantro and onion need to be chopped extremely fine and fresh limes are a must. I like my guacamole extremely spicy so I double up on the jalapeno’s but I went lighter for this recipe. You can add or take away as much heat as you want

FOR THE RECIPE CLICK HERE 

What are you making this SuperBowl Sunday?

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  • dholcomb1

    perfect to get the party started!

    denise