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Recipes for Super Bowl Sunday

DIHRDHskr

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
I'd like to see what everyone is fixing for their parties. We're doing a smoked brisket, wings, veggies and all, but here is one that is nice and simple and everyone enjoys.

Hot Shrimp Dip

3 (8 oz) packages of Cream Cheese
1 medium Tomato chopped
1 medium Onion chopped
1 small can Green Chilies chopped
3 medium Jalapenos chopped (more or less for desired hotness)
6-12 oz of Small Salad Shrimp
Place all ingredients in crock pot and let it meld together.
Serve with Frito’s or regular Corn Chips
 

CrabHusker

Unredacted
5 Year Member
I'd like to see what everyone is fixing for their parties. We're doing a smoked brisket, wings, veggies and all, but here is one that is nice and simple and everyone enjoys.

Hot Shrimp Dip

3 (8 oz) packages of Cream Cheese
1 medium Tomato chopped
1 medium Onion chopped
1 small can Green Chilies chopped
3 medium Jalapenos chopped (more or less for desired hotness)
6-12 oz of Small Salad Shrimp
Place all ingredients in crock pot and let it meld together.
Serve with Frito’s or regular Corn Chips
I've done something nearly identical with shredded chicken breast and was thinking of trying it with lump crab.
 

DIHRDHskr

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
How could that be bad! I know I have gained 10 pounds over this football season. Sunday will be my last blow-out before I get back to getting in shape.... a less round shape! :D

Picked up a 10lb prime rib yesterday for the sandwiches. I will be comatose by the end of the game.
 

KingTM

All Big 10
5 Year Member
I will be making the following (recipes will follow)

- Jamaican Jerk, grilled wings
- Corn fritters
- Grilled, bacon wrapped, cream cheese stuffed jalapenos
- King's World Famous potato salad (I'm not a big fan of potato salad but this stuff is the bomb-diggity)
- House made guac with freshly made corn chips
- Assorted, locally sourced sausages on the grill

Man, now my mouth is watering. Tonight, I'm grilling some peach/mango/habanero wings for the first time. I hope they taste as good as they sound.
 

NU_Alum

All American
2 Year Member
I went with apple wood smoked baby back ribs. A brown sugar based rub the night before (membrane removed of course). Had an apple juice mop and made a homemade BBQ sauce.

For my sauce I try and do it in 3's. 3 sources of heat (hot sauce, chili powder and horseradish in this case) and 3 sources of sweet (molasses, onion and dark brown sugar). Plus, of course, mustard, worsh. sauce, touch of vinegar and some other things I'm forgetting. Pureed, I didn't want onion and garlic clove chunks in my sauce.

Smoked at 225 for 5 hours. Came out about perfect. Great heat and sweetness. Coupled it with twice baked potatoes and Italian bread cut into small quarters (not cut through on the cook) covered in cheese and garlic plus some Italian seasoning).

Very delish.
 

KingTM

All Big 10
5 Year Member
I went with apple wood smoked baby back ribs. A brown sugar based rub the night before (membrane removed of course). Had an apple juice mop and made a homemade BBQ sauce.

For my sauce I try and do it in 3's. 3 sources of heat (hot sauce, chili powder and horseradish in this case) and 3 sources of sweet (molasses, onion and dark brown sugar). Plus, of course, mustard, worsh. sauce, touch of vinegar and some other things I'm forgetting. Pureed, I didn't want onion and garlic clove chunks in my sauce.

Smoked at 225 for 5 hours. Came out about perfect. Great heat and sweetness. Coupled it with twice baked potatoes and Italian bread cut into small quarters (not cut through on the cook) covered in cheese and garlic plus some Italian seasoning).

Very delish.
Oh man, I want some ribs so badly, right now. Sounds delicious, dude.
 
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