The Best Super Bowl Food for 2021

CLASSIC PLAY French Onion Sauce (with an ultra-rich and spicy caramelised onion sauce): Sunday’s Super Bowl, that’s right.

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F. Martin Ramin / Wall Street Journal, directed by Anna Cardenas, directed by Heather Meldrom.

This year there is no loud Super Bowl party: no competition for entries. Maybe in past years you were late to the party and sat on the only chair without a backrest, far from the appetizer table where the sauce disappeared from the bowl long before you got to it. This year, you can adjust the measurements in the recipe to give your household a custom party size, or leave the measurements unchanged and enjoy the leftovers all week. Whether you want to spice up an award-winning chicken wing recipe or satisfy your sweet tooth with a raspberry miso cheesecake, these recipes will have you dancing in the end zone.

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ANDREW PURCELL FOR WALL STREET MAGAZINE, CARRIE PURCELL FOOD STYLING.

Finger food

A good rule of thumb for takeout: The nastier it is, the better it tastes. The Chicken Wing Tip When you’re ready to grill outside, try this savory version with an Alabama white sauce and lots of lemon juice. Improve your taco assembly skills with chef Chris Wallace’s mushroom tacos, which you can make without meat or with bacon, just what you like better. If you want something lighter and more delicious, try these customizable popcorn recipes with flavors ranging from Bloody Mary to spicy caramel.

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ALPHA SMOOTH FOR WALL STREET MAGAZINE, FOOD STYLE HEATHER MELDROM, PROP STYLE REBECCA DONNELLY

dives

There aren’t many occasions in the year when diving can be counted as dinner, so why not make the most of it? This crab sauce, cooked in a butter oven, contains just the right amount of crunchy celery. Serve with crisp toast and a simple green salad, if desired. The classic French Ion dip is always a hit, and this delicious version topped with caramelized onions makes an extra point. And we invite you to give this unfairly maligned cheeseburger another chance.

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F. Martin Ramin/Wall Street Journal, The Theft by Anna Cardenas.

Beverages

A nice drink helps reduce stress on race day. If you’re in the mood for a bar-quality cocktail, but not necessarily bar-quality, don’t worry: You can do wonders with a Tupperware and a tablespoon. Here’s our guide on how to make a MacGyver drink at home the professional way. Or maybe you’d rather keep it simple, in which case this recipe for the world’s simplest margarita will do wonders to lubricate your home viewing party with minimal distractions.

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Kate Sears for The Wall Street Journal, Lisa Jernow’s Food Style.

Something sweet

No snack is complete without a good dose of sugar. (There are four quarters, after all.) If you like a pinch of salt with your sweets, the Kelis singer only takes 30 minutes to bake chocolate chip cookies. Or treat yourself to this crazy blonde caramel that will make any dessert lover question her allegiance to brownies.

These are just some of the possibilities. Want to create your own Super Bowl broadcast campaign? Here you can find some recipes from the World Youth Day.

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