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Old 02-03-2011, 12:20 PM #1
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Vittles for Super Bowl XLV

What is everyone making for the Super Bowl this year?

I'm considering trying my hand at either Primanti Brothers Sandwiches (meat, cheese, tomatoes, coleslaw and french fries on french bread), Pigs In a Blanket (but with beer brats and cheddar cheese rolled into crescent rolls) or meatballs in the Crockpot (but instead of meatballs using sliced brats and a beer cheese sauce for them to simmer in)
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Old 02-03-2011, 01:19 PM #2
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Potato skins loaded with nachos and topped with chicken tenders.

The dish was pretty simple:

Bake a few potatoes, scoop out most of the potato filling and set aside for another use.

While those are baking, cut up a few pieces of chicken breastm marinate them in bbq sauce and bread in panko crumbs with a pinch of red pepper flakes, then shallow fry them.

Then we just stuff the potatoes with nacho chips, jalapeno peppers and grated cheddar, top each with a few slices of the chicken and more cheddar, and bake for about 10 minutes.
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Old 02-03-2011, 01:42 PM #3
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What is everyone making for the Super Bowl this year?

I'm considering trying my hand at either Primanti Brothers Sandwiches (meat, cheese, tomatoes, coleslaw and french fries on french bread), Pigs In a Blanket (but with beer brats and cheddar cheese rolled into crescent rolls) or meatballs in the Crockpot (but instead of meatballs using sliced brats and a beer cheese sauce for them to simmer in)

how can you even call them meatballs when its sliced brats put in cheese sauce?
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Old 02-03-2011, 02:03 PM #4
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how can you even call them meatballs when its sliced brats put in cheese sauce?
I don't care what he calls it, it sounds amazing!
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Old 02-03-2011, 04:03 PM #5
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I wasnt sure what to call them as I've never heard of anything like them before. I just thought I would cook the brats in beer/onion/sauerkraut/garlic/pepper for a few hours, slice then into big chunks and keep them warm in a beer cheese sauce made from left overs from the cooking process, just like meatballs.
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Old 02-06-2011, 09:02 PM #6
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The "meatballs" in cheese beer sauce was awesome. If I made more sauce and cut the brats into smaller pieces we it would make an awesome soup
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i made some red hot chicken dip.. very simple


equal parts ranch dressing and cream cheese. soften cream cheese in microwave 30-45 secs and then mix with the ranch.

set aside

take a can of chicken meat. usually comes in a 10-12 oz can. drain the juice
mix in 1/2 bottle of the franks red hot with the chicken.

grab an ovensafe dish like a pyrex 11x8 baking dish

put the ranch/cream cheese mixture into the bottom.
spriking a cup of mexican cheese blend evenly on top.
add the chicken/redhot mix spread evenly
add 2 cups of mexican cheese blend.
foil the top and throw in a 400* oven for 15-20 mins or until its hot. 160+*

very good stuff. then use tortilla chips to dip

prep 10 mins max
cook 20 mins max
very simple and very great
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Old 02-16-2011, 01:24 AM #8
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i made some red hot chicken dip.. very simple


equal parts ranch dressing and cream cheese. soften cream cheese in microwave 30-45 secs and then mix with the ranch.

set aside

take a can of chicken meat. usually comes in a 10-12 oz can. drain the juice
mix in 1/2 bottle of the franks red hot with the chicken.

grab an ovensafe dish like a pyrex 11x8 baking dish

put the ranch/cream cheese mixture into the bottom.
spriking a cup of mexican cheese blend evenly on top.
add the chicken/redhot mix spread evenly
add 2 cups of mexican cheese blend.
foil the top and throw in a 400* oven for 15-20 mins or until its hot. 160+*

very good stuff. then use tortilla chips to dip

prep 10 mins max
cook 20 mins max
very simple and very great
Sounds dank dude!!!!!!

Will make this sooner or later. I just made asstons of nachos.
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10 pound meat log with garlic and serranos.
Started with a 2lb bacon weave the size of a baking sheet
added
2 lbs of pork tenderloin
2 lbs of chicken
2lbs of angus beef
1lb of chorizo
1lb of bacon bits
a bunch of chopped serrano peppers and garlic
baked for 6 hours, topped with 1/2 pound each of bacon bits and cheddar cheese.

****ing glorious
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****ing gross
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****ing gross
For sure. So you made a meat pie? Add some vegetables or some kind of flavor. Best thing to dress it with would be some thick maple syrup
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it was covered in a jack daniels maple brown sugar glaze and served with garlic bread and cheddar beer bacon mashed potatoes too.
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sounds like a heart attack. too many bold and heavy ingredients goin on there for my liking. i like the light very refined foods where you can taste the layers in flavors. that had to taste like a ball of fat
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to each their own, i suppose. We drained off about 16 floz of liquid fat during cooking, and it actually blended quite nicely, with every piece getting a different combination of flavours.
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Yeah, obviously not for an everyday type meal, but for a day marked by gratuitous amounts of alcohol and football, I find a meat-log deliciously appropriate, and that looks awesome I might add.
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