Chicken wings and dips are perfect game day grub to serve on Super Bowl Sunday. Appetizers like buffalo chicken dip, seven layer Mexican dip, and spinach dip are always a favorite at game day parties, but according to the National Chicken Council, chicken wings are the most popular NFL party food with over 1.25 billion wings consumed during last year’s Super Bowl.
God I love beer, chicken wings and football..
— Gummy Worm Slayer (@Coach_Thumper) January 4, 2015
The best party dip and chicken wing recipes are easy to make and will have you will be done cooking and rooting for your favorite team in no time. Here’s a list of must-try recipes for your NFL parties that will make everyone happy, even if their team doesn’t win.
“Americans will eat 1.33 billion wings during Super Bowl weekend…up 6.5 percent, or 80 million wings, from 2015’s report – revealing a steadily growing love for America’s favorite Super Bowl menu item.”
The Food Network has a number of party wings recipes including spicy moroccan, beer-battered, chili-ranch, or cajun buttermilk wings. Count on making about five to ten wing portions per guest, depending on how many other appetizers you plan to serve.
I love football sunday for one reason only and that reason is buffalo chicken dip — Kyleigh Beaver (@kbeaver7) January 11, 2015
While the wings are cooking, put together a few dips and get the chips and cut-up veggies ready. A party favorite is spicy buffalo chicken dip — the recipe is on the label of most bottles of Frank’s Red Hot. Use a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken to speed things up.
The Clumsy Gourmet shares two must-make dip recipes that will be on the most-requested list for your next party. Serve the Sweet and Spicy Cream Cheese Dip and Cheesy Spinach Bacon Dip with raw vegetables, crackers, tortilla chips and/or crusty bread.
Need more NFL party dip ideas? A report previously published by the Inquisitr has links to several delicious dip recipes including hot pepperoni dip, seven layer Mexican dip, and spinach dip.
An American Football stadium, made entirely out of sandwich ingredients. A tasty work of art, I’m sure you’ll agree. pic.twitter.com/awtDOd4s76 — Mark (@jacobs_ladder71) July 11, 2013
Once you have your dips and wings ready, get ready for some football. Find kickoff times for the 2015 NFC and AFC Championship games here, along with information on how to watch the Packers vs. Seahawks and Colts vs. Patriots games live streaming online.
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