So it’s game day soon. You and your friends can’t wait for the weekend to come so you can put your jersey on and enjoy partying at the event all day long.
Tailgate parties are fun and they always involve adrenaline rush, alcohol, and, of course, F O O D! So to keep you busy while waiting for the big day, explore these tailgater foods:
Salami Sandwiches With Cauliflower Relish
You sure need to wake up early on the day itself, so it is advisable that you prepare the food the night before. You can make salami sandwiches with cauliflower relish and refrigerate them. No worries, they’d still taste great the following morning.
This type of sandwich is filled with toasted fennel seeds, as well as cornichons, and golden raisins. Every bite will be bursting with flavor. Perfect for an exciting game day.
Caramelized Onion Dip With Crispy Shallots
Regardless if you use a caramelized onion dip with crispy shallots for chips, pretzels, or even vegetables, your appetizer will be something that you’ll never forget. All you need to do to make the dip is to saute some onions and season with salt and pepper. Cook the shallots and set aside. Combine sour cream and onions and top with crispy shallots and chives. Season with more salt and pepper if needed.
Pull-Apart Dogs in a Blanket Ring
With 7-inch hot dogs, several layers of crescent dough, and a thick layer of melted cheese, you can never say no to pull-apart dogs in a blanket ring. Simple yet very tasty!
On each piece of dough, put one hot dog and wrap it. Once everything is set, bake for half an hour.
Roasted Jalapeno Poppers
Looking for easy-to-eat and easy-to-make appetizers? Roasted jalapeno poppers are the answer! This recipe requires about 25 minutes of prep and cooking time.
How to make it? Cut the peppers and get rid of the seeds. Lay them on a baking sheet and stuff them with a mixture of feta, cream cheese, shredded cheese, onion, and cilantro. Roast for about 15 to 20 minutes.
Do you want a more exciting match for your chips? Try the chunky guacamole! You can prepare this as fast as 10 minutes. A lifesaver, indeed!
This recipe requires diced avocado, jalapeno, red onion, lime juice, diced tomatoes, cilantro, and a little bit of salt and pepper. Combine everything and that’s it!
Brown Sugar Bacon Sriracha Bites
If you love sweet and spicy appetizers, then brown sugar sriracha bites are the best choice for the upcoming tailgate party. Very easy to prepare, too! Simply mix the sriracha sauce with brown sugar then add the bacon to coat. Bake for about 35 to 45 minutes and sprinkle with some sesame seeds.
Cheddar Bacon Ranch Dip
Cheddar bacon ranch dip is an incredible way to enjoy your favorite potato chips. And you can literally make it in 5 minutes! Just combine the finely diced cooked bacon, cheddar cheese, Greek yogurt, green onions, and ranch dressing. Voila! A mouth-watering dip!