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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)

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.

Becky Krystal covers food for the Going Out Guide and Weekend and Food sections. In her spare time she loves to, of course, eat and cook.


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