A winning dish to make game-day even better
POSTED: Friday, January 6, 2012 - 11:31am
UPDATED: Monday, February 13, 2012 - 9:27pm
LOUISIANA — Who loves a party more than Tiger fans? Here are some great game day recipes from our friends at Southern Living. To get the full recipe, just click on the name of the dish.
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Blue Moon Inn Cheese Spread
This cheese spread is from Montgomery, Alabama's gone-but-never-forgotten Blue Moon Inn. Good thing for us because it's a crowd-pleaser!
Blue Cheese "Hot Wing" Dip
This spicy dip tastes just like hot wings. Serve with fried chicken breast tenders, celery sticks, radishes, and hot wing sauce. We also like it on burgers or tomatoes.
Warm Artichoke-Shrimp Dip
Dip pita crackers and breadsticks in our version of this creamy, garlicky favorite. Serve half of dip first, keeping remaining half warm in saucepan.
Forget the jar and treat your guests to the freshness of home-blended salsa. This recipe has small kick, but you can double the jalapeños and red pepper, if desired.
Loaded Baked Potato Dip
Use extra-crispy waffle fries as dippers in this delicious concoction of your favorite baked potato toppers. Don't forget the crumbled bacon and hot sauce.
We could call this Saints Dip for the 2010 Super Bowl winners! Parmesan cheese helps hold ingredients together. You can serve this versatile recipe on French bread crostini or with crackers over a block of cream cheese. Try tossing leftovers in a Caesar salad.
Sausage, Bean, and Spinach Dip
Hot sausage spices up the veggies in this creamy, flavor-packed dip. Serve with corn chip scoops, red pepper strips, and pretzel rods.
Baked Tex-Mex Pimiento Cheese Dip
This warm dip combines undeniably Southern pimiento cheese with a Tex-Mex kick. Serve with French bread cubes.