Sunday, February 3, 2019

Super Bowl Party - Menu & Recipes

I can't wait for Super Bowl.  I love football and this is the big finale, so of course there has to be a party and tons of good things to eat.

  We seem to make it a whole day of snacking, not a meal, just tons of Tapas.  This is a similar menu we seem to have every year.




I love having all kinds of snacks that go in the oven and then a few that I make from scratch. 

Menu

7 layer Bean Dip & Chips
Chicken & Steak Taquitos
Mozzarella Sticks
Jalapeno Poppers
Orange Chicken
Boneless Chicken Wings
Fried Rice (my recipe here)
Prime Rib Sliders (recipe below)
Won Tons (recipe below)

For the Homemade part - PRIME RIB SLIDERS are so easy and they are definitely a crowd pleaser.  


Recipe
l lb thinly sliced rare prime rib
1 large onion - thinly sliced
1 green pepper - thinly sliced
sliced provolone cheese
garlic salt
pepper
butter
Hawaiian Rolls

Slice onion and pepper into thin strips and saute in a small amount of olive oil until soft and tender.
Put the bottom half of 18 Hawaiian Rolls in a large rectangular casserole dish.
layer a generous slice of prime rib on top.
spread the onion and pepper mixture over the top of the prime rib.
layer provolone cheese over the top making sure to cover each roll (overlap cheese if necessary)
place the Hawaiian Rolls top over the cheese and brush them with melted butter
bake in 350 oven until cheese is melted and gooey.

Cut to separate each roll and serve hot.  You can offer Au Jus as a side if you like.


  I make WON TONS from scratch too and they are a family favorite.  Super easy and such a treat.  I always make this one because they would feel cheated if I didn't.



 You can make these way ahead of time, just freeze and cook what you need.

1 lb. ground round generously seasoned with garlic salt.


 1 can diced green chilies


 Jack or/and mozzarella cheese


Won Ton Wraps


 Brown meat well then add the can of green chilies, cook together for 1 to 2 minutes.


 Add 2 large handfuls of the shredded cheese.


 Turn heat off and stir to melt and combine with the meat mixture.


 Beat one egg in a bowl and set aside to use when wrapping the won tons.


 Place a small spoonful in the center of the won ton skin -


 Roll up from one corner about 3/4 of the way - -


 Dip fingers in egg wash and rub on the two ends to moisten, then stick them together in sort of a bow fashion.


Place them on a cookie sheet and put in the freezer.

 When they re frozen, package them up in freezer bags in a single layer - about 25 to the bag - and return to freezer.  This recipe makes about 75.


Place frozen in hot oil and fry until golden brown.  These are small, so don't over cook.  Serve with salsa or ketchup as a dip.



Here's my secret to semi-homemade.  All of these wonderful goodies can be cooked up really easy in the oven.
 Add your own special sauces to them and you have a winner.
That's it, while all your store bought Tapas
 and Sliders are cooking in the oven, fry up your won tons and then place everything on pretty platters.  Fill a large bowl with fried rice, arrange your dips and chips and you are done.  Let everyone help themselves to a large bucket filled with sodas, beer and wine.  Now just relax and enjoy the game.





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9 comments:

  1. All of this looks absolutely delish....can I come over? haha! You are such a great hostess,friend.

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  2. Wow I’d love to be there to taste all these goodies! It’s just Dan and I so I don’t do much. Enjoy Super Bowl Sunday!

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  3. Here I come everything looks so good!!! We're not football fans so we enjoy watching the puppy and kitty bowls!!!!

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  4. Those sliders look amazing,.

    This year we are passing on the usual party we go to because I'm still in recovery from surgery. But, I told Steve that I need to have Super Bowl food. We haven't figured out what we are going to do.

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  5. Those sliders take the prize!!! They look great. Isn't it fun that we all have our own special recipes that we come back to year after year. John is on call all weekend for chaplaincy so I know he is hoping he doesn't get called out during the game. Have fun!!! xoDiana

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  6. Everything looks and sounds delicious. Have a great time.

    We are having friends over. Finalizing my menu

    Cindy

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  7. Fabulous!! I just made these..Huge hit with the family! Thank you for your recipes :))

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  8. Marty,
    You are the hostess with the mostess! It all looks so yummy.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  9. That's it, I'm coming to YOUR house for Superbowl Sunday, Marty!! Great menu, and you had me at prime rib sliders - wow!

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