WESTPORT, Conn. -- Everyone knows nachos are the ultimate game day crowd pleaser. To take your basic chips and salsa to the next level in time for Super Bowl Sunday, J.P. Patrick, Qdoba’s director of culinary research and development, offers the following tips for entertaining at home.
- Use tortilla chips with a hint of lime and salt for added flavor.
- Add cheese. Or, for more than just a side dish, pile on your favorite protein – ground beef, steak or grilled chicken.
- Amp things up by drizzling sour cream across chips, loading up on guacamole, or adding veggies.
- If you want to sit back, relax and enjoy the game, no prep necessary, consider Qdoba catering located in Westport at Playhouse Square. Qdoba also has locations in Fairfield at 2222 Black Rock Turnpike and Norwalk at 652 Main Ave. Go here for catering information.
Some other fun Super Bowl tips: According to a survey by Blimpie, the iconic subway chain, 41 percent of Americans say they eat more calories on Super Bowl Sunday than Thanksgiving.
When asked the most annoying thing about a Super Bowl party - running out of food and drinks - ranked right up there with folks who can’t control their kids, people who are too serious about the game and double dipping!
What are you serving up at your Super Bowl party? Add your menu to the comment section below.
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