NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jan 29, 2013) - #1 at-home party event of the year is almost here! It may be the second largest eating day of the year but not all Big Game food is created equal. David Joachim, author of the newly released Tailgater's Cook Book, shares his super simple game time recipes.
Check out something like French's French Fried Onions which add a ton of great flavor and crunch. These are amazing on whole chicken breasts but for a game day recipe, make Crunchy Onion Chicken Fingers. This is so easy, just crush the onions, coat the chicken and bake; no frying needed! Pair them with French's Honey Mustard dipping sauce for a super quick dish that will wow your home team. French's has this and other recipe ideas on their website.
Chili is an absolute must on game day, and it's possible to make delicious chili that's both quick and simple. The secret is Knorr Homestyle Stock. A spoonful gives your chili rich, meaty flavor that's sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Knorr Homestyle Stock is like a cook's no-huddle offense. It's quick and versatile, which means Knorr's Hearty Chipotle Chili is ready in just 35 minutes with just a handful of ingredients. You can find that recipe and more at Knorr.com.
Get creative with dips; they aren't just for potato chips anymore! Use them as sauces or ingredients to make other dishes. The Jalapeno Cheddar and Bacon Horseradish dips from Heluva Good! Dips are perfect for this. Stir these creamy, bold flavors into tons of easy game day recipes like beef sliders, finger sandwiches, wraps and more!
And if there's no time to cook before hosting or heading out to a party, KFC, official sponsor of "Couchgating," answers the what to serve or what to bring questions with their Game Day Bucket which has 8 pieces of their famous original recipe chicken and 8 wings and 10 bites. Right now you can enter to win a total living room makeover from KFC; simply head to KFC's Facebook page to enter for a chance to win an ultimate couchgating makeover.
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