Top 5: Best Football Tailgating Recipe Essentials To Cook [VIDEO Tutorials]

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(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

We’ve compiled a list of our Top 5 favorite tailgating foods to eat before the big game.

Plus, we’ve given you tutorials on how to make these staple tailgating items at your next tailgate.

These recipes are either made classically or has a twist to the item.

A lot of these recipes you can make at home first and then bring with you to the tailgate and warm up on the grill.

5.) Omelettes

Have an early football game to attend? Grab some mimosas or Bloody Mary’s and prepare some quick tailgating omelette for your friends/family.

4.) Potato Salad

Here is a Heisman Potato Salad recipe that includes grilled sausage in it.  Just remember to bring an ice bowl with it so that it stays cool in the hot sun when tailgating.

3.) Artichoke Dip & Nachos

The Food Network’s Guy Fieri shows you a simple and easy way to make artichoke dip on the grill (as well as 3 different styles of wings).  Get a disposable tin and dump all of the contents into it the day before you tailgate.

Plus, we’ve also included Nachos tied with the dip…so here is a good ‘redneck’ style of nachos to take with you.

2.) Chicken, Steak, Wings & Sausages

Everyone loves to eat meat while at their tailgate.  Here are some popular options to have for people who love chicken, steak, and sausages.

Beer Butt Chicken

Ultimate “Steakage” Steak Sandwich

Sausage Kebabs

1.) Burgers & Hot Dogs

The essential tailgate always has the standard burgers and hot dogs served to everyone.  Here are a few recipes to give your food an edge over your fellow parking lot tailgaters.

Breakfast Burgers

All-Star Chili Dogs

What are your favorite recipes to cook at your tailgate? Let us know in the Comment Section below.

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