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Super Bowl Recipes: Steelers fans can enjoy the big game with this anti-Tom Brady recipe

You might be boycotting Super Bowl 52, but if you are going to watch, you might as well watch while enjoying some great food.

2011 AFC Championship: New York Jets v Pittsburgh Steelers Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

So, SB Nation wanted to hear from each site, and their members, as to their favorite Super Bowl recipes. Being a fan isn’t just important to everyone who contributes to the 32 NFL websites, but also to those at SB Nation. Therefore, the question was posed to every site, “What is your best Super Bowl recipe/meal?”

To be honest, I’m not one to watch football in a large gathering. I am very critical during games, even non-Steelers games, and some find it very off-putting. Also, I tend to lean heavily against one of the teams in the game we are watching.

In the case of Super Bowl 52, I am leaning hard against the Patriots, and pulling for our keystone state brethren, the Eagles.

Despite my natural inclination to not want to watch football games, especially ones as big as the Super Bowl, with large groups of people, it isn’t as if I haven’t done it before. And when I did go to these gatherings, the dish I brought was always the same...and it fits perfectly with the upcoming Super Bowl.

Tom Brady Sucks Nachos Grande

Yes, after Brady and the Patriots beat the Steelers in the AFC Championship Game in 2004, my brother and I labeled my renowned nacho dish as a consistent reminder of our hatred, and disdain, for the quarterback of the team from the northeast region of the United States.

So, now for the recipe:


Nachos (can be any color or variety you like)
1 lb. browned ground beef
Homemade salsa (can be store bought and made to taste)
Sour Cream
Diced Bell Peppers
Diced Onions
Rinsed Black Beans (can be substituted, or added with other types of bean)
Diced Tomatoes
Cheese...lots of cheese (can be any variety of cheese you want)


Make a thin layer of nacho chips on a over-ready platter
Add cheese, beans, peppers, onions and tomatoes
Another layer of nacho chips
Another layer of cheese, etc.

Repeat this process as desired, then place into the oven to allow cheese to melt and chips to congeal together. Once ready, remove from oven and add your salsa, guacamole and sour cream over the entire gorgeous mound of food.



So, what is your go-to gameday food? Whether it is tailgating or a recipe you make in your home for a big game? Let us know in the comment section below!