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Posted at 04:48 PM ET, 01/30/2012

Super Bowl recipes: Dip into these party options

Another year, another Super Bowl Smackdown. This year's Food section faceoff pits Bonnie Benwick against Tim Carman in a battle for the best salsa recipe. Yes, you can do better than the store-bought, jarred variety.

To further expand your horizon, we suggest you have a look at these other great party dips from our Recipe Finder for Sunday’s big game:


Hot Chicken Dip, from David Hagedorn. (Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post)
Bacon, Cream Cheese and Horseradish Dip: Taste the South with this pig-centric dish.

Hot Chicken Dip: Refrigerate the finished product up to two days in advance.

Kimchi Dip: Blend and season to taste. It’s that easy.

Manchurian Dip: There are two cups of ketchup here, but by the end, you’ll have an Asian dip to serve proudly.

Pepito-Tomatillo Dip: Joe Yonan’s entry in our Super Bowl Smackdown from last year is reminiscent of mole verde.

Roasted Eggplant and Tomato Dip: This Indian recipe pairs well with warm French bread.

Sweet Onion, Scallion and Chive Dip: No need for a packaged mix for this onion dip.

Swiss Chard and Fava Bean Dip: Have fun eating your greens with this four-ingredient dip.

Veggie Buffalo Spread: Go meatless with this spin on the classic wings.

By  |  04:48 PM ET, 01/30/2012

Categories:  Recipes | Tags:  Super Bowl, Becky Krystal

 
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