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20 of the Best Big Game Recipe Ideas
The one thing better than watching your team take out the big game is doing so while eating some delicious food, so we’ve gathered ten recipes that are perfect to feed a crowd with. Each recipe is quick and easy to prepare, can be adapted to feed large numbers, and most importantly - is delicious to eat!
Brisket and Cheese Pies
With brisket being such a large cut of beef, it’s not unusual to have some leftovers from your weekend cooks. Fortunately, there are a few great ways to use it up and brisket and cheese pie are one of the easiest and tastiest. Juicy beef brisket, a decadent onion, tomato, and beef broth gravy, and a hefty dose of melted cheese - you're onto a winner!
Lemon, Honey & Rosemary Lamb Ribs
ThisLemon, Honey & Rosemary Lamb Ribs recipe is one of the most popular on our website, and for good reason, they're quick to prepare, easy to eat, and packed full of flavour. Whether you're having them as a complete meal or served up as a tasty appetiser, be sure to have the serviettes on hand.
Mexican Beef Sliders with Jalapeno Salsa and Avocado Cream
The Jalapeno salsa gives these beef sliders a kick and is a perfect match for the Avocado cream. Enjoy these with family and friends while watching the All Blacks win.
Rubbed Beef Fillet with Two Salsas
Here’s another great sharing-plate idea that you can get stuck into over the weekend. This beef fillet recipe spices up the traditional steaks on the barbie with both salsas complement the beef beautifully, yet offer very different combinations of flavour.
Easy to prepare, this recipe is perfect if you’ve got the kids watching the football with you. Form an assembly line and get little hands in your family to get creative and help put together the ingredients. Simple is that.
hereLeftover Brisket Dumplings with a Dipping Sauce
Looking for a meaty twist on dumplings? Matt Melville cooked up these delicious dumplings using leftover brisket (lamb shoulder works well here too), a handful of fresh and frozen veggies, and some chili. Comfort food at its best - and a great recipe to get the kids involved with!
BBQ Lamb Ribs
These delicious lamb ribs are an easy option when you've got a crowd over for the game. They're cooked low and slow over indirect heat, allowed to rest in tin foil, and then put back on the BBQ to get them succulent and tender. Seasoned with a dry rub and coated with sauce, they’re absolutely packed with BBQ flavour.
Posted by Shawn Moodie