My favorites foods for the Super Bowl (and really any football viewing party) are all classic game-day recipes, and today’s recipe is no exception.
Here’s a little secret though: I don’t care about the Super Bowl. Yes, it’s in San Francisco Santa Clara, and yes, I did go to watch fireworks at Super Bowl City, but don’t count me in for watching the game. I’m actually going to be on a plane flying from Dallas to San Francisco (we’re celebrating Z’s mom’s birthday this weekend). Given I have no attachment to either team, or really any pro football team for that matter, I am just going to finish reading the Nightingale on the plane.
That being said, there is something delicious about traditional football party food. Onion dip, wings, BBQ–all of it is so so delicious (and dangerous for the waistline). Nachos in particular are my weakness.
I like this recipe because a) it’s vegetarian. Any vegetarian meal I can get Z to enjoy is a win in my book; b) it requires no specialty ingredients. You can buy everything at the normal grocery store and c) it looks great when you serve it directly from the cookie sheet, so no extra dishes!
Hope you have a great Super Bowl Sunday, whether you watch the game or not! Just make sure to eat a plate of nachos for me.
Super Bowl Nachos
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Arrange half of chips on a baking sheet. Top with half of beans, then half of the cheese. Repeat with the remaining chips, beans, and cheese. Bake until cheese is melted and bubbling, about 5 minutes. Add the sour cream, salsa, guacamole, and lime wedges to the sheet (one in each corner), then serve.