A Super Bowl Fiesta: Plan A Mexican-Inspired Menu For Game Dayaggieskitchen
I don’t know about you, but I can eat Mexican food any day of the week. It’s one of my favorite types of food to make, especially if I’m hosting a get-together, since it’s so easy to make large quantaties of it without much extra effort on your part. If you are planning a Super Bowl party this year, consider turning it into a fiesta by serving up a few different salsas alongside guacamole and tortilla chips for casual snacking throughout the evening. Prepare a big batch of your favorite quesadillas, cut them up in to triangles and pile them on a big plate for easy finger food while watching the game (what’s great about quesadillas is they are so easy to re-heat later on in a warm oven!). And of course, no fiesta is complete without a pitcher of fresh margaritas and a bucket of Mexican beers with sliced limes nearby.
Enjoy browsing through this mouth-watering collection of Mexican recipes that will be sure to inspire you in planning your very own Super Bowl fiesta!
Black Bean Fiesta Dip 1 of 12Kick up your fiesta with this hearty bean dip that is full of flavor. Easy to prepare ahead of time, this festive dip would be great to bring over to your friend's Super Bowl party too. Don't forget the chips!
Make black bean fiesta dip
Bean and Beef Nachos 2 of 12Nachos and football kind of go hand in hand, don't they? A plate of these are great to make to feed a crowd, or keep to yourself.
Make bean and beef nachos
Black Bean Quesadillas 3 of 12Cook up a big batch of these meatless quesadillas and pile them up on a big plate for snacking during the game. Easy to make and even easier to eat!
Make black bean quesadillas
Corn Salad 4 of 12Serve up this delicious corn salad alongside your tacos or quesadillas. Or just put out a bowl of it along side some tortillas for a festive salsa!
Make corn salad
Guacamole 5 of 12A staple when it comes to partying Mexican style. Set a bowl of this creamy yet still chunky guacamole next to a selection of your favorite salsas. And of course a big bowl of tortilla chips!
Fresh Lime Margaritas 6 of 12It's not a fiesta without margaritas! No mix necessary for this traditional Mexican cocktail, just a lot of limes and tequila. Cheer on your favorite team with a pitcher of these nearby. Win!
Make fresh lime margaritas
Mango Salsa 7 of 12Pair up juicy, sweet mangoes with lime and jalapenos for a perfect addition to your salsa bar. It's sure to be a hit...or should we say, touchdown!
Make mango salsa
Loaded Nacho Dip 8 of 12What do you call a 7-layer dip with 3 extra layers? That's right, you call it a loaded nacho dip. Grab your chips and dig in.
Make loaded nacho dip
Spicy Chicken Nachos 9 of 12Store-bought rotisserie chicken makes these nachos super easy to put together, which leaves you more time to enjoy the big game. Doesn't get much better than this!
Make spicy chicken nachos
Salsa Verde 10 of 12I love salsa verde. The tomatillos make this salsa tangy and fresh...perfect for dipping or topping your favorite tacos or nachos!
Make salsa verde
Salsa Roja 11 of 12Impress your friends and family with restaurant style salsa made right in your own kitchen! Deep flavors of roasted tomatoes and chipotles make this salsa even more delicious.
Make salsa roja
Black Bean Chicken Taquitos 12 of 12Feed a crowd easily with a big tray of baked taquitos. Save time by preparing the filling earlier in the day, leaving you with just the task of rolling up and baking up right before game time.
Make black bean and chicken taquitos
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