Super Bowl Recipes: Easy Game Day Recipe For Novice Hosts and Hostesses
Super Bowl Recipes That Even the Most Kitchen-Challenged Can Pull Off!
So you agreed to host this year's Super Bowl bash. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but you forgot one tiny detail:
You can't cook.
And now you're stuck throwing a party...with nothing to eat but some microwave popcorn and a store-bought party sub.
Well, at least you know your friends won't make you host the annual get-together next year, right?
Snap out of it!!
Pull yourself together. You can do this!
Here is a recipe for crowd-pleasing a favorite that won't put you in the culinary doghouse:
Bailey's Best Nachos:
I know you may be used to throwing some shredded cheese on some tortilla chips, sticking them in the microwave and breaking out a jar of salsa, but come on!
You're better than that.
First, brown some ground beef in a skillet and add a packet of store-bought taco seasoning (just like taco night, folks!).
Then arrange tortilla chips in a single layer in a baking dish and add some store-bought refried beans (are we seeing a pattern here?), part of your ground beef and some shredded Mexican-style cheese.
Add another layer of tortilla chips, and repeat this process until you reach the top.
Bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes or until cheese is melted.
Serve your delicious nachos just like you would a slice of lasagna, top with sour cream and taco sauce (again, store-bought), and enjoy!
Now that wasn't so hard, was it?
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