My husband and I are devoted Carolina Panthers fans. As part of my own pre-game preparations, I usually try to make some sort of appetizer that represents the "other" team's local cuisine. Here are some favorite "Sunday Football" recipes I've tried, others I plan to try .... Oh, yeah, and you'll also find some recipes here fit for a Panthers fan.
The ingredients seem too simple to come out this outstanding, but they do. I have halved this recipe from the original and it still makes a 9x13 pan full. You know if you didn't serve it with the cocktail ryes and ate it straight out of the pan with a spoon, you could say it's low-carb! LOL
This is my favorite recipe to bring to appetizer parties. It is so yummy when spread on some crusty french bread. I guarantee all of your guests will love it and you'll come home with a plate that was scraped clean!
Found this online on a website about Patriot Football tailgating. According to the website, this is a "secret" recipe from our local sports bar in Norwood, Mass; please don't tell anyone! Just between you and me!
about 8-9 years ago, my daughter and I overheard a fireman telling the butcher about this recipe, sounded so easy and quick, we promptly made it and it's been a favorite since. HOWEVER, my hubby doesn't care for the rice so I always make him some plain rice seperate. The best part about this recipe is you can increase or decrease it depending on your needs.
A slightly different diversion from the standard Reuben Dips you've had. A great appetizer for those cooler-day Football Sundays. Great served with rye rounds, party rye, even Triscuits or Wheat Thins. Too good!
Forget that canned stuff! This is so easy and you will want to make it again and again. This is from Rachael Ray, and I think it is one of her best! You can lower the fat content by nixing the bacon and using veggie oil. You can also use less half and half, and more broth or milk. (I prefer it with less half and half than called for)
Perfect on a cold day! Enjoy!
This recipe fills up a 9x13 pan completely. I am testing recipes for a large gathering so I made this. The two of us eat some every day and will be very sorry when it is gone! I've been eating on crackers, DH with tostada chips. This is delicious. I found it on another recipe site and I don't know who Janet is, but she is an excellent cook!
Zesty and tangy! From "John Madden's Ultimate Tailgating"... this is a fabulous BBQ beef recipe for those Sunday or Monday Night Football parties, tailgating at the stadium, or just 'cause they're soooo good. Cook time doesn't include preparation of the roast.