For game day party planning on 2022's Super Bowl, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re rooting for the home team or just in it for the snacks, we suggest going big this year, and by that we mean big-batch Super Bowl recipes that will feed a crowd. There’s always a place for finger food, and you’ll need some of that, too. But making one or two large-format dishes, whether it’s touchdown-worthy chili or chicken soup, will make cooking up a Super Bowl menu quick and easy. And what does that mean for you? More time to spend in front of the TV, analyzing every play of the game—or the commercials.
White miso and gochujang provide deep, savory-sweet notes and lots of complex flavor to oven-braised pork butt.
In this Colombian version of guacamole, fresh chilies add brightness and piquancy that contrast with the cool richness of the avocados.
This riff on buffalo wings features international flavor inspiration with Middle Eastern Za’atar and North African harissa paste.
Combining simmered black-eyed peas and sweet potatoes, Senegalese ndambe (pronounced NAM-bay) is a great vegetarian recipe to stand up to any other meat-centric dishes on the menu.
This deeply savory burger and two-ingredient cheese sauce come together quickly to create an elegant and flavorful twist to an American classic.
Punt the American supermarket hummus this year and make our homemade version—with contrasting textures of smooth, creamy hummus and a fried spiced chickpea garnish—instead.
This chili from New Mexico is bright, rich and as much about the peppers as it is about the pork.
Serve these meatballs, which work well if they’re all beef or made with a blend of lamb and beef, with cool yogurt, and see how fast they go.
Garlic, lemon, paprika, and New Mexico or California chili powder are the building blocks of this bright, bold and saucy chicken dish.
This simplified version of a Spanish tapa uses jarred roasted red peppers, while dry sherry and chorizo add the authentic Spanish flavor.
This soup gets a flavor boost from blackened, blistered vegetables and heat from jalapeños. For more heat, use serranos or include the chilies' seeds.
Porcini mushrooms, slivered almonds, and dark ale add earthiness to this hearty Italian short rib dish.
It might be one of the busiest days of the year for pizza delivery, but why order in when you can make something that hits all the right notes—sweet and savory—like this pie?
These tacos are a great way to use leftover turkey, but the meat from a rotisserie chicken works, too. Canned tomatillos make the prep go quickly.
This simple, meat-free spin on tortilla soup is all about the ancho chilies, dried ripe poblano chilies with a mild heat balanced by notes of tobacco, cocoa and dried fruit.
These addictive baked chicken wings balance sweet and heat with a thick, flavorful paste made with aromatics, honey and a handful of staple ingredients that create layers of flavor enhanced by a tempura and sage-crusted skin.
Bacon gives these beans a subtle smokiness, chipotle chilies add both smoke and spice and tequila - although optional - brings complexity to this black bean recipe.
The pressure (cooker) is on for these turkey meatballs, but you won't even break a sweat when making this easy Instant Pot recipe. Pepper jack cheese and chipotle chilies add richness and kick to this Mexican classic.