Saturday, January 28, 2012

Superbowl Party Recipes, Part 2

I forgot to mention in my last post that you can substitute chicken for the pork in the Pulled Pork Sandwiches.  The crock pot cooking times will most likely be at the lower range, depending on your crock pot (4 hours on high or 6 hours on low).

I also wanted to post an honorable mention!  I found this Jalepeno Popper dip on pinterest awhile ago and decided to test it out for New Years Eve.  I did not make any changes to it, so I will just post a link to the blog with the original recipe: jalepeno popper dip from Tracey's Culinary Adventures.  I thought it was fabulous and would make a great dip for a super bowl party.  My taste tasters (husband, brother-in-law, sister, mom, and dad) did not think it was as amazing as I did, but they are also, admittedly, not huge jalepeno popper fans.  If you like jalepeno poppers, give this one a try!  I think you will like it.

And while I am on the subject of jalepenos... has anyone tried making Pioneer Woman's Bacon Wrapped Jalepeno Thingees ?  My good friend gave me a Pioneer Woman cookbook for Christmas and that is one of the recipes in it.  They look so delicious and would make a perfect Super Bowl appetizer too!


Christine D said...

Hi Gretchen - I love jalapeno poppers, but don't fry things at home, so had to try this recipe I found in Cooking Light: It was fabulous! I made them in the oven since I also don't grill!

Savory Secrets said...

Oh, wow! Those grilled stuffed jalepenos look AWESOME (and not too bad for you either). I will definitely be trying those. Thanks for the link!