6 Winning Super Bowl Nacho Recipes

Fully Loaded Nachos with green and red salsa

I am unsure if nachos or chicken wings are the most served appetizers for the Super Bowl or really any big game, no matter the sport. Did you see this? The National Chicken Council estimates 1.3 billion chicken wings will be consumed this weekend, with today being the second biggest eating day of the year. My family, especially the boys, absolutely love and request nachos. These 6 winning Super Bowl nacho recipes are very diverse including grilled, steak, rotisserie chicken, Greek Style and even Mexican street corn. Enjoy for the Super Bowl tonight or for March Madness, your favorite baseball game or even the Masters. Enjoy your Super Bowl Sunday and have a great week!

Fully Loaded Nachos with Green and Red Salsa via Bon Appetit

 

Greek Style Nachos

Greek Style Nachos via Ingredients, Inc.

Steak Nachos

Steak Nachos via Ingredients, Inc.

Mexican Street Corn Nachos 800 3298

Mexican Street Corn Nachos via Closet Cooking

Easy Rotisserie Chicken Nachos

Easy Rotisserie Chicken Nachos via The Food Charlatan

Grilled Blue Corn Nachos

Grilled Blue Corn Nachos via Ingredients, Inc.

Best Salsa Ever

Instead of buying jarred salsa, you can easily make your own with this recipe for Best Salsa Ever. In only 20 minutes, you’ll have amazing fresh salsa. This is perfect to make this weekend for the Final Four, for spring entertaining or for weeknights to jazz up your kid’s tacos and quesadillas. Tomatoes are one of the most healthy foods, high in antioxidants, support bone health, have anti cancer benefits and more. One serving of ripe, red tomatoes is a good source of Vitamins A, C, K, folate and potassium. Tomatoes are also low in sodium, saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories. Tomatoes also provide fiber, thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, magnesium, phosphorus and copper. Enjoy and stay healthy!

Appetizers for March Madness or Academy Awards Night: Low-Fat Beef Nachos

Appetizers are on the rise this month with  basketball’s March Madness and the Academy Awards. If you’re looking to be “good” and not overdo it, this recipe is only 9 grams of fat per serving. I love using “Laura’s Lean Beef” in my beef recipes, and if you’re trying to locate it in your area, check out their site http://laurasleanbeef.com for information of where it can be found. This recipe for Beef Nachos also makes a great easy weeknight dinner, and it’s one of my children’s favorites.