A tailgate party in an RV can be one of the best ways to tailgate, with the convenience of a motorhome kitchen and an enclosed space to cook in any weather. Tailgating is in full swing right now and it’s time to get out there and enjoy. Here are some tasty recipes perfect for RV tailgating and partying.
Naturally, breakfast is an important part of a tailgating adventure. Fixing a delicious first-meal-of-the-day will go a long way toward warming up you and yours for the exciting times ahead. Try the Chorizo and Potatoes with Roasted Peppers and Egg for a quick feast. You can cook them up right on your RV stovetop in twenty-five minutes. Pretty delicious with chorizo, potatoes, red peppers, and eggs!
The chips are coming out in short order and you will have to have some sort of yummy dip! One great choice is the recipe for Spinach-Artichoke Dip with Blue Cheese and Bacon to please every one of the tailgaters joining your festivities. You can start it in plenty of time for snacking. Cooking bacon, and then mixing the onion, spinach, red sweet pepper and garlic in a slow cooker… well, be prepared for a taste delight. With twenty-four servings, there will be enough for everybody!
Ensure you put appetizers on the menu! Mini Muffulettas make the perfect taste treat before dinner. You won’t have to prepare them before you leave when you make them up in your RV kitchen. The ingredients will all travel well in your refrigerator, too, so you can fix up these servings just before ready to eat.
An entrée for all ages is the Slow Cooker Chicken Chile Tortilla Soup which you can put on in the morning and have it ready before kickoff. The southwestern flavor may be reminiscent of old-time cowboy days, but this may be just the ambience you would like for your tailgating party. Turn your cooker on high for faster cooking time. Whichever setting you choose, the combination of red pepper, corn, tomato, garlic, chili and chicken is something that will soothe the wildest appetites.
If the men want a real meat-and-potatoes meal, serve up the Slow Cooker Hearty Beef Stew! This is another dinner entrée which calms the savage hunger any time of day. It will take five to six hours to cook on the high setting on your slow cooker, which may work out better than the low setting for ten or eleven hours. It depends how early you begin preparation and when you want to eat! But meat, potatoes and veggies all combine to make this a complete and filling meal.
Of course, if your diners want some pork, you can cook up the Easy Slow Cooker Pulled Pork in six to ten hours. This is not just any pulled pork recipe but deliciously flavored with brown sugar, chili powder and cinnamon. Yum! You can also serve the pork in many different ways, such as in a sandwich, on nachos or… get creative!
And last but not by any means least is dessert! Peanut Butter-Caramel Candy Bites with Colorful Candies will fill the bill. The perfect ending to a perfect tailgating party!