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Delicious Super Bowl: Recipes for Hungry 49ers Fans

San Francisco's famous dishes like clam chowder, cioppino, and Ghirardelli earthquake sundaes are now served in California-style Mexican food for the 2024 Super Bowl, featuring Korean-inspired tacos, carne asada burritos, and guacamole.

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Delicious Super Bowl Recipes: The San Francisco area is famous for a variety of delicious dishes, including clam chowder served in sourdough bread bowls, cioppino, and Ghirardelli earthquake sundaes. Due to the 49ers’ participation in the 2024 Super Bowl, only California-style Mexican food will be served. Here are ten Super Bowl recipes that 49ers fans can’t get enough of, including Korean-inspired tacos, carne asada burritos, and guacamole as a hearty side dish.

1. Tacos made with Korean short ribs cooked in a slow cooker

  • Commitment time: 8 hours and 25 minutes
  • We love it because it can be made ahead and cooked in the slow cooker

Californians know how to combine two incredible cuisines: Korean and Mexican. Here, gochujang gives the ribs extra zing, while bright, briny dill pickles balance everything out.

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Tacos made with Korean short ribs cooked in a slow cooker
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2. Guacamole with sun-dried tomatoes

  • Commitment of time: ten minutes
  • It is a 15-minute crowd-pleaser that is sure to please

Adding sun-dried tomatoes to your guacamole gives it a California twist. (Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.)

Guacamole with sun-dried tomatoes
Source: Bella Sun Luci

3. The California Burrito

  • Commitment of time: 40 minutes
  • It is a crowd-pleaser and can be prepared in advance

Surfers hungry for a hearty meal created this tasty carne asada burrito- let’s pretend we are surfing instead of watching TV and eating chips all day.

The California Burrito
Source: The Candid Cooks

4. Cauliflower Tostadas with Sriracha and Lime

  • Commitment of time: 40 minutes
  • There are several reasons why we love this recipe: crowd-pleaser, dairy-free, vegetarian

This vegetarian toast takes less than an hour to prepare and pays homage to Huy Fong Foods, the makers of the best hot sauce in the universe (yes, Sriracha).

Cauliflower Tostadas with Sriracha and Lime
Source: THEASTY

5. The Crispy Baked Fish Tacos with Cabbage Slaw

  • Commitment: 1 hour and 15 minutes
  • We love it because it is beginner-friendly and high in protein

Although fish tacos are more of a SoCal thing, we can’t resist. (Especially when the spread is already laden with Buffalo chicken everything.) These are baked instead of fried for ultimate convenience.

The Crispy Baked Fish Tacos with Cabbage Slaw
Source: Prevention RD

6. Salsa with Avocado, Strawberry, and Mango

  • The time commitment is 15 minutes.
  • This recipe is a crowd-pleaser, gluten-free and dairy-free, taking only 30 minutes to prepare

The delicious, fruit-filled salsa is made from avocados and strawberries, two California crops. (Don’t forget to pick up an additional bag of chips as well.)

Salsa with Avocado, Strawberry, and Mango
Source: Ambitious Kitchen

7. The Slow Cooker Barbacoa Beef Tacos

  • The time commitment for this project is six hours
  • We love it because it is a crowd-pleasing, slow-cooker recipe

There is no doubt that you will not want to cook traditional barbacoa at your house on the day of the Super Bowl (FYI, authentic barbacoa involves slow-roasting an entire animal), but this method, which calls for chuck roast, is a great alternative.

The Slow Cooker Barbacoa Beef Tacos
Source: Tasty

8. Salsa Bars

  • The time commitment is 20 minutes.
  • There are several reasons we love it: beginner-friendly, crowd-pleasing, and only 30 minutes long

There is no taco, burrito, or tostada feast without a salsa bar. Think of it like a cheese board but with tortilla chips and dips instead of crackers and toppings. (And don’t forget the salsa verde on the left.)

Salsa Bars
Source: Salsa Bar & Grill

9. Buffalo wings baked in the oven

  • The time commitment is 45 minutes.
  • It is a crowd-pleaser and is suitable for beginners

What’s missing from your game day spread? These oven-baked buffalo wings are sweet, spicy, and tender all at the same time, and you don’t need to set up a vat of hot oil to prepare them.

Buffalo wings baked in the oven
Source: Allrecipes

10. Buffalo Chicken Dip in the Slow Cooker

  • The time commitment is 2 hours and 5 minutes
  • Slow cooker recipe that is crowd-pleasing, beginner-friendly, and easy to prepare

Use your slow cooker since your oven is occupied with those wings. With a rotisserie chicken, this is an easy and quick recipe. You handle the dip and we’ll bring the chips (well, okay, fine, and carrot sticks).

Buffalo Chicken Dip in the Slow Cooker
Source: Real Housemoms
Muskan Manocha
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Muskan Manocha is pursuing graduation from University of Delhi.

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