6 Super Bowl recipe ideas: A taste of Miami at your big game party

Seafood paella, photo provided by Centerplate
Seafood paella, photo provided by Centerplate /

Sometimes throwing a big game party is as exciting as being at the event. These six Super Bowl recipe ideas from Hard Rock Stadium’s chefs bring a taste of Miami to you.

Need some last minute Super Bowl recipe ideas that will impress everyone at your big game party? While it might seem that everyone who is anyone is in Miami for all the excitement, a big game party at home can be just as exciting, too. From a shorter bathroom line to seeing all the funny Super Bowl commercials, the home party can be exciting.

While many people will be making recipes that are inspired by either the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs, the talented Centerplate chefs from Hard Rock Stadium have shared six Super Bowl recipe ideas that are perfect for any big game party.

Ready to get cooking?

Seafood Paella

Being served at the Hard Rock Stadium, seafood paella is a great choice to serve at any big game party. The dish is quite hearty and appeals to a wide range of people.

Plus, each recipe version can be customized. Whether you prefer only seafood or want to add some chicken or chorizo, the options are many. Even if you don’t have a paella pan, anyone can make this dish.


Texas Toast Garlic Bread Pepperoni Pizza

While many people might order pizza for a big game party, this idea is quite easy and extremely tasty. Simply use Texas Toast instead of a traditional pizza dough. The difference could have this recipe become your new Friday night tradition.

Turkey Chili Mac

Instead of just pairing beer with food, why not cook with beer. Open your favorite IPA and use it in the chili. Even if you make your chili spicy, putting it on top of mac n’ cheese can tame the flames.

Frozen Mojito Slush

Although some people might prefer a beer, this frozen mojito slush brings the flavors of Miami, The tart lime and the refreshing mint are a perfect combination. Just remember to hydrate in between each cocktail.

NFL Fan Experience this week at the Miami Beach Convention Center, photo provided by Centerplate
NFL Fan Experience this week at the Miami Beach Convention Center, photo provided by Centerplate /

Tuna Watermelon Ceviche

Even if you are intimidated to make ceviche at home, source the tuna from your local grocery store. Add chunks of watermelon and serve it with your favorite chips.

Poblano Feta Dip

Chips and dips are always a classic big game food. The combination of slight heat from the poblano and the punch of flavor from the feta is quite satisfying.

These Super Bowl recipe ideas are just a few of the many options that hosts can serve during the big game. Whether you serve some chicken wings, snacks or just have the whole event catered, food is just part of the experience. Sharing the moment with friends and family is always the best part.

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Are you throwing a big game watching party? What are your best Super Bowl party suggestions?