by Erica Perez February 02, 2017

Looking for some delicious ideas for this weekend's Super Bowl? Whether you're in it for the game, the commercials or just the snacks, we have some tasty suggestions for incorporating spices into the party.

  1. Low and Slow BBQ Ribs
  2. Deviled Eggs With Zahtar
  3. Spicy Sweet Shichimi Togarashi Popcorn
  4. Bloody Mary 
  5. Roast Beef Sandwiches: Make roast beef sandwiches by subbing a rump roast or other inexpensive cut into our Slow Roast Prime Rib Roast recipe
  6. Zippy Sour Cream Dip: Combine 1 cup sour cream with 1-2 tbsp Prime Rib Roast Seasoning for a delicious dip for veggies or potato chips.
  7. Bagel Dip: Use our Better Than Everything Bagel Spice for a cream cheese dip with Bagel Chips (Recipe: E is for Eat)
  8. Spiced Nuts: Use our Chinese Five Spice and Chili Powder to make Five Spice Oven Roasted Nuts (Recipe: Food52)
  9. Slow Cooker Chili: Break out your slow cooker and use our Chili Powder or Santa Fe Chili Powder to make a crowd-pleasing chili (Recipe: Chowhound)
  10. Loaded Nachos: Use our Ground Ancho Chile and Smoked Spanish Paprika to make a fragrant sauce for nachos that put the Velveeta version to shame (Recipe: NYT Cooking)

 

 



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