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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Super Bowl Party Ideas



If you are entertaining guest this football season and are not sure what to serve them here are a few great ideas:

Taco Bar:

simply mix up some ground beef or chicken, setting out some taco shells or tortilla chips, as well as taco toppings will allow you to prepare before the game and enjoy the company as well. An assortment of hard shells, soft shells, and tortillas needs to be ready to lay out. Simply wrap in foil, stack inside kitchen towel An assortment of sweet, savory, and spicy ingredients will be needed to please all party guest. Sweet corn, strawberries, and pineapple for the sweet tooth as well as sweet, hot, and hotter toppings as well. For those that love it extra hot set out some chili powder, jalapenos and hot sauce.
Before the game and party for the game prepare by chopping onions, tomatoes, peppers and other veggies that you desire. These can be stored in a ziptop bag or bowl in the fridge. Spices ranging from salt to red pepper flakes could be added as well.
Shreds of cheddar, Colby and Monterrey jack should be ready for that easy cheese blend. Crumbles of your favorite cheese could be placed on table and served as well. Tacos call for lots of cheese so be ready.
Leaving a few bowls and spoons near the chopped ingredients and spices will allow party goers to stir up their own spicy salsas. Sit out some store bought salsas and hot sauces as well


Hot Dog Bar
Grill the franks or brats and keep them warm in the crockpot. Set out the buns and set the toppings out so guest can serve their selves.

Here are the basic things you will need to set up your hot dog bar, feel free to add your own favorites.
Hot Dogs – grilled or boiled
hot dogs Buns
Condiments:
Ketchup
Mustard
Spicy Mustard
Relish
Saurkraut
Shredded Cheese
Bowls
Spoons and tongs
(optional toppings)
Onions
Tomatoes
Bacon Bits
Jalapenos
Pickles
Chili
Barbecue Sauce

Potato Bar:
Wash, poke, oil and sprinkle each potato with salt. Then wrap each one in foil. Fill the crockpot to the top. Potatoes should be cooked 4 hours on high and 8 hours on low. At party time they can simply be unwrapped and warmed up in the microwave if they cool off.
Topping ideas include:
  • Butter (or substitute)
  • Compound Butter, such as garlic butter (or substitute)
  • Sour cream
  • Yogurt
  • Shredded or crumbled cheese (including ones like feta, goat and pepper jack cheeses)
  • Bacon
  • Green onion or red onion
  • Salsa
  • Cilantro, basil and other fresh herbs
  • Chili
  • Guacamole
  • Sauces, such as alfredo, marinara and pesto
  • Chopped ham, chicken or other protein
  • Crunchy items such as crushed tortilla chips, nuts or seeds
  • Caramelized Onions
  • Avocado
  • Mushrooms
  • Tomatoes
  • Broccoli
  • Any favorite vegetable!

No matter what you decide to serve remember to have fun and cheer on your winning team 




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