Tex Mex Food Ideas for Your Super Bowl Party

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Tex Mex food is delicious. A Super Bowl party needs delicious foods to serve to your guests, so it’s a great idea to serve some great Tex Mex dishes when the New England Patriots play Seattle Seahawks on February 1.

Read below for some Tex Mex dish ideas for your Super Bowl party.

Dips always are popular on Super Bowl Sunday. Many people nosh on potato and tortilla chips as they watch the game, so a Tex Mex-style layered bean dip is perfect for those eating tortilla chips.

The chopped veggies (tomatoes, avocados and black olives), black beans, and salsa provide a good amount of good-for-you dietary fiber.

Fajitas also make a great dish to provide your guests. Serve them with hot grilled vegetables and you also provide your guests with a healthy meal.

Sizzling hot fafitas served with grilled vegetables is a tasty and healthy dish to serve at your Super Bowl party.

You undoubtedly will want to serve a guacamole dip. Add fresh celery to it and you’ve added some crunch as well as helped lighten the dip.

Combine the best of hot and comfort at your party with a chili cornbread pie. It’s basically a casserole that begins with a layer of chili, then a layer of cornbread. After baking, top it with sour cream, guacamole, olives, and shredded cheese. While not a true Tex Mex dish, this casserole combines the best of comfort food (cheesy dip, yum!) with spicy chili.

Speaking of comfort food, there’s little more comforting and rib sticking than macaroni and cheese. Why not serve it Tex Mex-style by spicing it up with chiles, chorizo and a topping made or tortilla chips?

Mini Tex Mex cheeseburgers are sure to be a hit with your guests. Place tiny grilled burger patties on small buns (think slider-sized) and garnish with sliced avocado, Monterey Jack cheese and salsa.

Mattito’s caters parties! If you’d like to cater your Super Bowl party, check out the Mattito’s catering service near you. We can accommodate parties from a handful of guests to several dozen.

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