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724Skinsfan 02-01-2007 12:03 PM

Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
I make a cheesy fiesta dip that taste decent:

1 brick of Velveeta- cubed
1/2 pound of ground beef cooked with taco seasoning
8 oz can of salsa/picante
8 oz can of refired beans
*sometimes I put in a cup of monterey jack cheese as well which makes it thicker.

Put them all in a slow cooker for about 2 or 3 hours.

ArtMonkDrillz 02-01-2007 12:04 PM

Re: Suber Bowl food: post your recipes
 
I love the Suber Bowl almost as much as I love the Super Bowl. Almost.

ArtMonkDrillz 02-01-2007 12:07 PM

Re: Suber Bowl food: post your recipes
 
My aunt and sister both make these things for family parties and they are great. The only problem is that they usually only last a few minutes before everyone scarfs them down.

724Skinsfan 02-01-2007 12:13 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
These "things"? Sound tasty!

firstdown 02-01-2007 12:34 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
Here's a very good dip.
Dice all of these up:
1 good size onion
1 large cucumber
1 0r 2 tomato's depending on size
1 & 1/2 green or yellow or red pepper
1 1/2 cup mild cheeder cheese
1 small bottle of Italian Dressing
Mix in a bowl and let it sit in frig for atleast 2 hours, over night is best
and serve with your fav corn chips. The measurements of the ingredients is really just the same amount of each thing.

gibbsisgod 02-01-2007 12:36 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
I would eat "things" every day of the week if I could!

:doh: You know, I expected much more from AMD! He really let me down.

mredskins 02-01-2007 12:52 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
[quote=firstdown;274045]Here's a very good dip.
Dice all of these up:
1 good size onion
1 large cucumber
1 0r 2 tomato's depending on size
1 & 1/2 green or yellow or red pepper
1 1/2 cup mild cheeder cheese
1 small bottle of Italian Dressing
Mix in a bowl and let it sit in frig for atleast 2 hours, over night is best
and serve with your fav corn chips. The measurements of the ingredients is really just the same amount of each thing.[/quote]

Is this a salad or a dip???? Too many veggies for junk food!

ArtMonkDrillz 02-01-2007 12:55 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
[QUOTE=724Skinsfan;274042]These "things"? Sound tasty![/QUOTE]

Opps, sorry...

[url=http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,161,142178-255192,00.html]Cooks.com - Recipe - Crab Hors D'oeuvres[/url]

GhettoDogAllStars 02-01-2007 01:10 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
I don't have any recipes, but my Mom would make something similar to your cheese dip, 724. However, a few years ago I got a mysterious cheese stain on the back of one of my shirts -- right in the center. There is NO possible way I could have done it. I am almost certain that somebody was eating that dip, then gave me a hug and had that cheese dip on their hands. Now I will always be careful of getting hugs when the cheese dip is present. Beware!

firstdown 02-01-2007 02:05 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
[quote=mredskins;274048]Is this a salad or a dip???? Too many veggies for junk food![/quote]
Its a dip and I agree that it sounds to healthy but its only a dip and not a main item. Everytime I make it for a party it is gone along with all the junk food.

mredskins 02-01-2007 02:10 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
[quote=firstdown;274070]Its a dip and I agree that it sounds to healthy but its only a dip and not a main item. Everytime I make it for a party it is gone along with all the junk food.[/quote]

I might try it. sounds like potatoe chips may break should i use trotilla chips?

dmek25 02-01-2007 02:16 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
[quote=ArtMonkDrillz;274049]Opps, sorry...

[URL="http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,161,142178-255192,00.html"]Cooks.com - Recipe - Crab Hors D'oeuvres[/URL][/quote]
grillz, did you ever have these? they sound wonderful

TheMalcolmConnection 02-01-2007 02:17 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
Basically you can take any flavors you like, mix them with some butter and get awesome wings. Here's a nice way to make some tasty ones.

Get your butter at room temperature so you can mash it. Take any flavorings you like, if you like cajun, toss that, some paprika, garlic powder into the bowl with the butter, mash it all up. Now bake the wings until they're done and while they're hot toss them in the bowl with all the butter and it coats them nicely.

ArtMonkDrillz 02-01-2007 02:32 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
[QUOTE=dmek25;274073]grillz, did you ever have these? they sound wonderful[/QUOTE]

Yeah, but I don't know about this particular recipe, I just pulled it off a random website. They basically just taste like crab cakes, which means that they're really good.

TheMalcolmConnection 02-01-2007 02:34 PM

Re: Super Bowl food: post your recipes
 
Crab cakes and football. That's what Maryland does.


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