Appetizers are always a hit at Big Game Parties. However, sometimes you want to serve some substantial food. I have a nice selection of Entrees that can be eaten with your hands in front of the TV. Everything from ribs to bacon chicken kabobs.
The Ultimate football food is the spicy and tangy hot wing. You could say that they are Super. I have compiled a list of the best hot wing recipes on Savoryreviews.com. We have everything from regular to boneless, fried to smoked and mild to extra spicy. If you are looking for a great recipe, you have come to the right place.
Grilled chicken bruschetta was born from having too many tomatoes in our pantry and no bread in sight. I was also looking for a low carb meal, so I decided to grill chicken cutlets and use them as the toasted bread in my bruschetta recipe. The results were awesome! The chicken was a perfect vessel … Read moreGrilled chicken bruschetta
Our good friends over at Thermoworks have released a new wireless thermometer called “Smoke“. The Smoke is a wireless thermometer that includes two probes. That way, you can wirelessly monitor both the pit and the food. As a barbecuer, this is important. The proper temperature is the difference between delicious bbq and charcoal. Plus, since this is all done wirelessly, you can do it while watching your favorite game or snoozing on the couch. We tested this thermometer while making a nice Honey Garlic Smoked Chicken. The chicken provided approximately 2 hours for us to test the thermometer and check its limits. The thermometer performed flawlessly and actually exceeded expectations. Check out our review below.
I am a sucker for sweet and spicy flavor profiles. So when we had a few chicken breasts lying around and a can of pineapple chunks, I knew that I had to make kabobs. To be honest, I have never been to Hawaii or even had traditional Hawaiian food. So the authenticity of this dish is not purely Hawaiian, but Hawaiian in style. These Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs are a chicken kabob coated in a sweet and spicy sauce that takes you right to the beach.
Since the snow has melted we have been itching to grill. So I decided to dust off the Weber Grill and make some chicken. I wanted to use only the ingredients that I had in the house, so I raided the pantry. I had soy sauce and honey. Boom, honey soy chicken. Sounds like a winning combination to me. Since I wanted to maximize surface area of the chicken that absorbed the marinade, I decided to cube the chicken and skewer it. This was a great combination which is going to be added to our regular dinner rotation. You have to try this.
Dana is always looking out for great recipes to try. She spotted a chicken recipe on facebook that looked delicious. Upon further consideration we noticed that it utilized a prepackaged soup mix. We decided to break it down and come with our own take on this dish. We started with fresh herbs and went from there. I must say that this dish was freaking delicious!
Dana and I are huge fans of Green Chiles. We love them on burgers and are huge fans of green chile enchiladas. We have them all of the time when we go out to eat. A couple of weeks ago the fine people over at http://www.hatch-green-chile.com/ provided us with 5lbs of medium Hatch green chiles. These are top notch chiles, fire roasted, seeded and then flash frozen. They then deliver them right to your door in a cooler filled with dry ice. Pretty much the only way to get Hatch chiles on the east coast. Once we received them we knew right away that we wanted to make some green chile enchiladas.
This week is the busiest week of the year for most grills and barbecues. Get out there and make some hamburgers and hot dogs. If you are feeling adventurous try a few of the following. I have prepared a list of some of my favorite summer dishes. This is my list of my best 4th of July Recipes. Check them out and add them to your grocery lists for your weekend parties.
I love chicken! It is the perfect blank canvas for any flavor. One of my favorite flavors to impart on chicken is lemon pepper. A little tart with a little bite. The perfect combination. Lately, I have come up with a new way to skewer chicken that gives you an added oomph of flavor. It works with any sauce and works especially well with marinades. The chicken is thinly sliced and then braided onto a skewer. That way you have little nooks and crevices that allow the sauce and marinade to pool. Then when you eat the chicken you get flavor bursts that enhance the experience.
Nothing says football like buffalo wings. I have compiled a list of the best buffalo wing recipes on Savoryreviews.com. Each of the wing recipes below use a different sauce and each uses a different method for cooking. Feel free to browse and then mix and match the sauces with the various methods of cooking. My … Read moreBig Game Buffalo Wings
After spending a week in NY, I have been craving a good marsala dish, which is another popular choice in my good old stomping grounds of Queens. That’s the one thing I miss the most about NY….the FOOD! So, I am forced to recreate my favorites when I am craving a certain flavor! Rex has … Read moreDana’s Chicken Marsala
I have been trying to come up with a new competition rib glaze that will add a nice sheen and flavor to my ribs. I tried this recipe out but it was not a right fit for my rib flavor profile. However, it was amazing and worked great as a glaze for chicken. I grilled … Read moreHoney Chipotle Chicken