Whether you’re hosting a big gathering for Super Bowl Sunday, headed to a potluck or keeping things simple, we have loads of ideas in our Recipe Finder to keep you satisfied. Check out a selection of wings, pizza, sandwiches, dips, snacks and healthful options below.
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And be sure to head over to our step-by-step guide for making perfect nachos. (Hint: You should make your own chips. Trust us on this one.)
Crème Fraîche Chicken Wings. The no-cook sauce is smooth, tangy and a little spicy.
Peppery Chicken Wings. These need to sit in their seasoning for at least one hour or up to overnight.
Indian Chicken Wings. No frying required: these are grilled or broiled.
BBQ Joint Chicken Wings. From the BBQ Joint chef-owner Andrew Evans.
Brent Hughes’s Spiced Chicken Wings. Makes enough to feed a crowd.
Hands-Down Best Chicken Wings. The name says it all.
Pizza and Sandwiches
Papa Peter’s Super Bowl Pizza. From 2 Amys owner Peter Pastan and Washington Post Food writer Tim Carman.
Taco Pizza. This pizza is pretty much a meal in itself.
Quad Cities-Style Pizza. Malt syrup adds richness to the crust.
Philadelphia Tomato Pie. This focaccia-based dish is served at room temperature, making it perfect for a party.
American Dip Grilled Cheese. The creamy horseradish sauce is not to be missed.
Roast Broccoli Hero Sandwiches. A meat-free option packed with flavor.
Philly-Style Broccoli Rabe, Portobello and Cheese Sandwiches. Like a cheesesteak, but without the meat.
Dips, snacks and healthful options
Potato Skin-Bacon Fat Chips. The slight bitterness of the skins is matched by an assertive brown sugar-spice mix and the smokiness of the bacon.
El Rey Nachos. The pepper cheese sauce is killer.
Hot-Cold Nacho Wreath. Great presentation with a nify chorizo-cream cheese topping.
Veggie Buffalo Spread. The flavors of Buffalo wings, sans the chicken.
Smoky Green Apple Salsa Verde. Match the sweet, tart flavor of Granny Smiths with the lemony flavor of tomatillos and you get this bright, seasonal salsa.
Ancho-Leek Turkey Meatballs. Tender and perfect for nibbling.
Layered Chicken-Avocado Bowl. Best made a day ahead — and you can even make it vegetarian.
Herbed Popcorn. It’s addictive (plus low in calories and saturated fat).
Oven-Baked Chicken Tenders With Pineapple-Apricot Salsa. The crunchy breading is pan-toasted before being baked.
Chicken Posole Verde. This filling, healthful soup comes together in under an hour.
Green Apple Relish. Serve this nourishing dip with raw vegetables, crackers or pita chips.
Baba Ghanouj. A rich and creamy low-calorie dip.
Warm Spinach and Artichoke Dip. The classic dip, slimmed down.