Super Bowl Party Menu With New Orleans ThemeMacki West
I’m hosting a super bowl party this weekend and we’ve got a combination of West Coast and East Coast folks joining the festivities. In order to keep thing neutral I decided to go with a New Orleans theme, which has all the guests excited. Who doesn’t love a good jambalaya washed down with a hurricane? Check out these must have recipes for a fun filled super bowl party.
Jambalaya 1 of 7This classic dish is perfect for serving a crowd of meat loving football fans. This spicy recipe includes, chicken, sausage, and shrimp.
Shrimp Etouffe 2 of 7This recipe is less spicy than jambalaya and only calls for one meat, shrimp. So if you have any non sausage lovers over serve up a batch of this classic cajun dish.
Make Shrimp Etouffe
Red Beans and Rice 3 of 7Here's a recipe for the sausage lovers. This one tastes best the next day so you can prepare the day before. Score for the time saver!
Make red beans and rice
Shrimp and Grits 4 of 7Don't tell anyone, but this dish is about as simple as it gets, but it will have your guest coming back for more and begging for the recipe.
Make shrimp and grits
Homemade Beignets 5 of 7These are best served warm so have your dough ready and pop them in the fryer at the end of the 3rd quarter for a 4th quarter treat.
Make homemade beignets
Hurricanes 6 of 7No one will mind if their team is losing if they've got a rum and passionfruit hurricane in hand.
Pecan Pralines 7 of 7This dessert or cookie or just all around decadent treat is so simple to make. There's only 5 ingredients and it's basically heat it up and drop by spoonfuls. Done.
Make pecan pralines
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