Surprising Super Bowl Sunday Recipes
Anyone who faithfully watches the Super Bowl every year knows that the game itself is only a small part of the day. The spread of snacks is just as important as who scores the winning touchdown. Add these unique recipes to your Super Bowl Sunday menu.
Crispy Buffalo Potatoes [Food & Wine]
You can cancel your standing order of Super Bowl wings this year. These crispy buffalo potatoes will easily replace them. Simply slice potatoes into big wedges, roast them, and then toss them in a blend of butter and hot sauce. Add a dash of salt and pepper, and serve with your favorite ranch or blue cheese dressing.
Philly Cheesesteak Cheesy Bread [Delish]
The Eagles may not be taking the field again this year, but you can still pay homage to the 2018 champs with this Philly cheesesteak cheesy bread. You essentially halve and hollow out a loaf of bread, then stuff it with the same ingredients you’d find in a cheesesteak—sirloin, provolone cheese, onions, and bell peppers. Bake the overstuffed loaf and then enjoy the cheesy bread by the half-slice.
Bourbon-Butterscotch Pudding [Bon Appetit]
No Super Bowl Sunday smorgasbord would be complete without something a little sweet, and this bourbon-butterscotch pudding fits the bill—with the added bonus of a touch of booze. If you love to get creative in the kitchen, this is your chance to really impress your game-day guests. Whip together ingredients including heavy cream, whole milk, ample amounts of brown sugar, your favorite bourbon, and a whole vanilla bean to create this creamy treat.
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