Super Bowl 2014: 61 recipes to score big on Sunday
Recipe: crispy apple wings with fresh horseradish and curly parsley.(Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times)
Sweet with just a hint of spice, you can make these treats ahead of time. Recipe: Champagne nuts(Bret Hartman / For The Times)
Wrap these shrimp in lean turkey bacon for a guilt-free snack sure to please every guest.(Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Recipe: Coconut chicken skewers
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An authentic beach chili from Shutters.(Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times)
Isn’t it always time for deviled eggs? Recipe: Sun-dried-tomato-stuffed eggs(Los Angeles Times)
Bump up your corn bread with a little spice. Recipe: Brothers’ jalapeno corn bread(Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
A North African-inspired chili for an All-American day.(Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Even better than a potato chip, and so easy to make.(Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Beer-battered shrimp, linebacker ribs, macho nachos, chili recipes galore ... and more. Score big with your guests on game day with these recipe favorites.
We’ve compiled 61 winning recipes for your Super Bowl-viewing pleasure, including simple snacks, hearty mains, sides and more. Keep the fans sated with monster turkey wings, dig into creamy black bean hummus, and everyone wins when you’re serving smashed fries with creamy ranch dip. These are just a few of the many ideas we have for you!
If you’re planning a party, we’re here to help. Ask us your questions below, on Google +, Facebook or Twitter using the hasthtag #AskLATimes. Make sure to post your question before 12:45 p.m. PST today (Thursday) and we’ll answer as many questions as we can in a video on Daily Dish this afternoon.
Jenn Harris, Betty Hallock and I will also show you how to put together an entire stadium of snacks, and we’ll mix up the perfect game-day cocktail.
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