Friday, February 1, 2013

In Celebration of the Big Game with Hormel Foods

 How are you planning to celebrate the Super Bowl?  Hormel Foods conducted a survey about different Big Game traditions and recipes. 

The survey found that 57% of people, if given the choice, would want to have Rachael Ray plan their party menu. Do you have a favorite chef or celebrity that you would want to cater your party?

Whether you want to enjoy New Orleans inspired cuisine or classic game day favorites, Hormel Foods has recipes and products that will be a hit with fans! What is your favorite recipe for game day?


Check out the infographic to see other interesting stats on how people are planning their big game bashes—did you know that 61% of those surveyed said that pizza is a top pick for their game day menu? See below for recipes and products that are sure to spice up traditional game day favorites.
N’awlins Cajun Cuisine:

· Easy Cajun Jambalaya: Spice things up in under 30 minutes with this New Orleans favorite that will bring you to Bourbon Street in just one bite.

· Smoked Ham Cajun Po-Boy: Combine warm French baguettes, Hormel ®Natural Choice® smoked deli ham and Cajun seasoning for the perfect Po-Boy.

· Cajun Fries: Pair these with your favorite grilled entree for a complete meal that will keep you satisfied well past fourth quarter.

Classic Favorites:

· Pizza: Go for the traditional and pick up Hormel® pepperoni or pizza toppings or try out this Bacon and Caramelized Onion recipe featuring Hormel® fully cooked bacon

· Snacks: All the essentials in one ready-to-go Football themed party tray – enough said.

· Wings: No other chicken wings are even in the same league as these Championship Chicken Wings, featuring CHI-CHI’S® smooth & spicy picante sauce. Or let the barbeque sauce do the talking with Lloyd’s wide variety of shredded meats and ribs products.

· Dips: Hormel Foods has a variety of pre-made foods that are chip-friendly including: Wholly Guacamole®, Hormel® chili and CHI-CHI’S® salsa and queso.

I received no compensation or product for this post.  I wrote this post as a Hormel Family Food Blogger.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

2 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

All good recipe ideas! We usually just whip up things like nachos, chips & dip and things like that.

Mary said...

Well, I see I'm going to be busy printing! These are fantastic for any time you want to plan a get together! Thanks!