Tasty touchdowns will be achieved when you cook these four delicious Super Bowl recipes! Celebrate the big game with these easy recipes that will make any team go WILD!
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#1. Mimi's Sausage Dip
Featured Meat: Pasture-Raised Pork Sausage
A mouth-watering addition to any breakfast! Whether you prefer hot or mild, you can count on flavor in every bite with this ground pork sausage.
*Recipe credits to Player's Retreat
Grab a chip and dig into this delicious, creamy sausage dip!
- (1 Tbsp) vegetable oil
- (6 oz) Wilders mild ground sausage
- (1 can) diced tomatoes with green chiles
- (8 oz) package cream cheese, diced
- Tortilla Chips
- Heat oil in a pot on medium-high heat
- Add in Wilders sausage and cook. Break up into smaller pieces until well browned
- Cook sausage through. Drain off excess grease
- Reduce the heat to medium and add in tomatoes
- Using a spoon, cut up tomatoes in the pot and let simmer (3-5 minutes)
- Add in the diced cream cheese. Stir until melted
- Season the mixture with salt and pepper
- If the dip is too thick for your liking, add small increments of water. It should have a thick cream consistency
- Serve warm with scoop tortilla chips, enjoy!
*Tip: Make it spicy with our Hot Wilders Ground Sausage
#2. Brats and Peppers
Featured Meat: Pasture-Raised Pork Bratwurst
This German-style pork sausage is hearty and filling! Coming in 6-inch links, these make a great option for lunch or dinner.
*Recipe credits to Good Cheap Eats
Hosting a big crowd? Gather around the grill and whip up some juicy brats and peppers!
- (1 pack) Wilders pork bratwurst
- (1 Tbsp) olive oil
- (1) red bell pepper
- (1) green bell pepper
- (1) yellow onion
- (1/2 tsp) oregano
- (1 Tbsp) red wine vinegar
- (1 pack) hot dog buns
- Heat outdoor grill to medium low
- Place the bratwurst on the grill and cook through. The internal temp should be 160 degrees. Estimated time to cook is 15-20 minutes
- While the brats cook, heat oil in a skillet
- Place thinly sliced, seeded, and cored red and green peppers into pan
- Add in thinly sliced onion and let simmer until tender
- Sprinkle in salt and pepper to taste
- Add in oregano and red wine vinegar. Toss the mixture
- Serve the brats in toasted hot dog buns. Top with the pepper/onion mixture
*Additional condiments include dijon mustard, horseradish, relish, slaw, cheese, and more!
#3. Wilders Wagyu Burgers
Featured Meat: Pasture-Raised Wagyu Patties
Made with Wagyu beef, you can expect all of the taste, richness, and marbling of a Wagyu steak packed into a burger form.
Who doesn't love a mouth-watering Wagyu burger on game day? Check out our famous burgers perfect for your special party.
- (1 pack) Wilders Wagyu patties
- (1 pack) cheese
- (1) tomato
- (1 head) lettuce
- (1 pack) hamburger buns
- Garlic powder
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#4. St. Louis-Style Ribs
Featured Meat: Pasture-Raised Ribs
This squared cut comes from the spare ribs and perfect for soaking up juices!
Recipe credits to: Delish
Bake and enjoy these saucy ribs. They are 100% finger-licking good!
- (1 pack) Wilders St. Louis-Style ribs
- (2 Tbsp) brown sugar
- (2 tsp) salt
- (1 tsp) garlic powder
- (1 tsp) onion powder
- (1 tsp) oregano
- (1/2 tsp) ground black pepper
- (1/2 tsp) chili powder
- (1/2 tsp) mustard powder
- (1/4 tsp) cayenne powder
- (4 Tbsp) cubbed butter
- (1 cup) barbecue sauce
- Preheat oven to 300 degrees and line a baking sheet with foil
- Trim membrane on the ribs if thick
- Combine brown sugar and seasonings in a small mixing bowl
- Take the mixture and evenly coat ribs
- Distribute butter over the ribs. Wrap ribs in foil and place on the baking sheet
- Bake until meat is tender
- The total bake time is around 2-2 1/2 hours
- As a final touch, broil your unwrapped ribs and brush with barbecue sauce
- Broil until the sauce is caramelized, around 5 minutes
- Take out of oven to cool, enjoy!
Prepare for Game Day
We wish you all a wonderful and safe Super Bowl! Go WILD!