NewsChannel 4 family challenge: Super Bowl Snack-off
OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s Super Bowl weekend and everyone is planning what dish to bring to the party on Sunday.
The NewsChannel 4 morning team has some suggestions to help make sure your dip is a hit!
Friday morning Kent Ogle prepared his world famous Spicy Buffalo Tater Chick, which is a fun take on a classic “Mr. Food” recipe.
Spicy Buffalo Tater Chick:
- Grilled potato wedges
- Grilled chicken (sliced)
- Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
- Blue cheese dressing
Emily Sutton whipped up some Bacon Spinach Cheese Dip. Emily’s yummy dip is actually a Sutton Family recipe.
Emily’s Bacon Spinach Cheese Dip:
- 1 pkg frozen chopped spinach
- 1 lb Velveeta
- 4 oz. cream cheese
- 1 can Rotell diced tomatoes and green chilies (undrained)
- 8 slices of cooked bacon
- chips to dip
1. Thaw and drain spinach
2. Cut Velveeta into cubes
3. Crumble bacon
4. Add all to the crockpot on low. BOOM!
Photographer and storm chaser Marc Dillard featured his Texas-style white cheese dip and secret sprinkle spice.
Dillard also challenged Ali Meyer to a “guac off.”
1/2 Onion (Chopped)
2 Tomatoes (Chopped)
2 jalapenos (chopped)
2 Limes Squeezed (Use to taste)
Sea Salt (To Taste)
Hinospice #2 (All purpose spice)
Cracked Pepper (To Taste)
Mash up avocadoes to slighty chucky consistency
Add lime juice, tomatoes & onions.
Add salt/pepper to taste
Guacamole competitions are actually a regular thing in the NewsChannel 4 newsroom.
Meyer is the reining champion with this recipe. No measurements just love.
Ali’s Guacamole: Avocado, red onion, lime, tomato, cilantro, jalapeno and special salt.
Sutton and Ogle judged the fierce avocado competition and closed out the show with the unanimous vote.
Did Meyer keep her title? Watch the clip!
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