For many, the Super Bowl is as much about the food as it is the game. On this Recipe Wednesday, we stopped by Bib's Downtown in Winston-Salem for some delicious recipes that will score points with your game day crowd.
Stuffed football dates
- One package of dried pitted dates
- One block of cream cheese
- Hot pepper jelly
- Pulled pork
- Strips of bacon
The number of ingredients will vary according to you how much you make.
Spread your slice dates apart and lay a slice of cream cheese to fit. Top cream cheese with a small amount of pepper jelly vantop pepper jelly with pulled pork. Nail wrap the bacon around the stuffed date and stick with a toothpick to secure. Now bake in a 350 degrees oven for about 15 to 20 minutes until the bacon is done. Take from oven let cool remove toothpick and enjoy it's time for kickoff!
Smoked Buffalo Chicken Dip
- 3 1/2 lb of cooked shredded chicken
- One pound of cream cheese
- One cup of ranch dressing
- One cup of Texas Pete
- One cup of your favorite shredded cheese
Smoke or boil your chicken until done cool and shred set aside.
Nail mix cream cheese with your chicken, add your ranch dressing and your Texas Pete and mix thoroughly. Transfer to a baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for about 20 to 30 minutes until golden and bubbling on the sides. Remove from oven,sprinkle your shredded cheese over top and return the oven for another 5 to 10 minutes or until cheese is melted. Enjoy!
Smoked Rub Tips
- Rib tips
- Your favorite dry rub
- Your favorite barbecue sauce
- Oil for deep frying
Cut and prepare and rub your rib tips, place them on a 250 degrees smoker until done and tender, or bake in your oven until tender. Remove rib tips when are done, at this point you can cool them down or you can take him straight to the fryer. Dropped rib tips in deep fryer at 375 degrees for about 3 to 5 minutes until lightly crisp then transfer to a bowl and toss with your favorite sauce Bib's Bestern of course... Now you are ready for serving with celery or with other veggies
Enjoy the game!
- One whole brisket and your favorite dry rub
- Sliced onions and peppers your choice on amounts
- Creamy melted cheddar cheese
- One posted sub bun
Rub and smoke or bake your brisket until done and tender, technique your choice.
Sauteed onions and peppers in butter until tender and set aside. Now put a quarter to a half-pound of sliced brisket in a hot pan with a little of your favorite barbecue sauce, Bib's Bestern Sauce of course... Why that is so getting warm toast your sub bun sliced side down in a pan. Now it's time to build your sandwich. You can add whatever condiments you'd like to your bun mayonnaise mustard etc now add your brisket and your sauteed onions and peppers on top of brisket now slather your cheese sauce on top of that and you are a ready to go.you can slice this in serving portions and serve or serve a whole one