At long last, football season is finally here. Saturday and Sunday afternoons spent watching your favorite teams go toe to toe with their biggest rivals are now a reality, returning after months of anticipation. While watching your team win is sure to brighten your weekend, having some delicious snacks on-hand will certainly help no matter how the game goes. From guacamole and chips to super nachos and many others, your Saturday and Sunday just are not complete unless accompanied by some of the tastiest comfort foods available. Fortunately, the experts at Food Network have put together this mouthwatering list of gameday snacks that are sure to spice up your next weekend.
Guacamole & Chips
This Southwestern appetizer is great all year round, but especially on gameday. Easy to make and easy to enjoy, homemade guac will step up your gameday dish game. Be sure to avoid overmixing by using a rubber spatula to combine your ingredients. When finished, hit your guac with a little fresh lemon juice to add a little extra touch to this delish dish. That mild acidity will also keep the avocado from turning brown right away.
This game day favorite is a classic, but with a twist. Aside from just beef, beans, and nacho cheese, add other toppings like tomatoes, onions, queso, and others for a little extra flavor on your standard gameday nachos.
This new gameday snack is sure to be an instant favorite. With a combination of ground beef, panko, and sour cream, you can now achieve the perfect meatball texture with this delicious and hearty treat.
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This next gameday delicacy has been on the roster for decades. Ditch the frozen variety and step it up a notch this year with homemade mozzarella sticks. Just coat your mozzarella in dried breadcrumbs and grated Parmesan cheese and fry them up!
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