Here’s What to Cook Every Night This Week (February 6 – 12)

Super Bowl LVII is just days away. We don’t know about you, but we’re psyched for the big game—not because we love football, but because we love the low-lift, shareable foods that come with it. Instead of waiting all week to get our fix, we’re cooking seven celebratory dinners leading up to the main event. We’re talking chicken wings, nachos and more; just make sure you have plenty of cold beer to wash ’em down.

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6 stalks celery
1 large carrot
2 yellow onions
2 large russet potatoes
1 medium head cauliflower
1 avocado
2 red onions
1 lemon
1 clove garlic
1 head butterhead lettuce
2 tomatoes
1 bunch chives
1 bunch radishes
1 bunch cilantro

30 slices pepperoni
7 large eggs
4 large slices extra-thick cut bacon
1 package cocktail franks
3 pounds chicken wings
6 ounces sliced ham
4 ounces sliced salami
4 ounces sliced soppressata
6 ounces sliced turkey

1 stick unsalted butter
3 slices mozzarella cheese
4 ounces shredded mozzarella cheese
Sour cream, for serving
Shredded cheddar cheese, for serving
Crumbled cotija cheese, for serving
6 ounces sliced Swiss cheese
6 ounces sliced provolone cheese

2 slices thick-sliced white, rye or sourdough bread
12 to 15 corn tortillas
1 extra-large ciabatta loaf

Canned and Packaged Goods
One 5-ounce can tuna
1 sheet store-bought puff pastry
Pizza sauce
72 ounces chicken stock
2 tubes store-bought crescent dough
Chipotle hot sauce

Pantry Ingredients: Buffalo sauce, ranch dressing, freshly ground black pepper, all-purpose flour, crushed red pepper flakes, kosher salt, vegetable oil, chili powder, garlic powder, hot sauce, baking soda, everything bagel seasoning, mayonnaise, baking powder, honey, Dijon mustard

Monday: Buffalo Tuna Melt

Buffalo chicken is delicious but expected. Buffalo tuna, on the other hand, will surprise your fam and still get them in the spirit. Ready in 15 minutes flat, this souped-up grilled cheese is full of protein to keep you satisfied.

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Tuesday: Puff Pastry Pizza Bundles

Your kids will be thrilled for these seven-ingredient, pepperoni-filled bites, which are as easy to prepare as they are nostalgic. Serve them with Caesar salad or soup and plenty of pizza sauce for dipping.

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Wednesday: Loaded Baked Potato and Cauliflower Soup

Potato skins are a Super Bowl must—but have you ever had them in soup form? Skip the bacon (add liquid smoke to compensate, if desired) and substitute vegetable broth for chicken stock to make this cozy dish vegetarian.

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Thursday: Sheet Pan Chilaquiles

If you’ve never had the immense pleasure of eating chilaquiles, they’re a traditional Mexican breakfast dish that’s basically saucy, sauteed loaded nachos. They’re usually cooked in a single skillet, but this crowd-pleaser is conveniently assembled on a sheet pan instead.

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Friday: Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket with Cheater’s Aioli

These are *so* much more impressive than the frozen kind. The lemony, garlicky dip elevates them even further, but we won’t judge you for serving them with honey mustard and ketchup if you want.

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Saturday: Baked Chicken Wings with Chipotle Hot Honey

Everyone loves crispy chicken wings. But frying them? Not so much. With this simple recipe, you can achieve shatteringly crisp skin and juicy meat minus the mess. (The trick is dredging the wings in baking powder to kickstart the browning process.)

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Sunday: The Ultimate Party Sub

There’s truly no easier way to feed a crowd than with a gargantuan sandwich. Slice this meaty masterpiece when your guests arrive and serve it with a few sides, like potato chips, pickles and potato salad. Then, all that’ll be left to think about is cocktails.

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Taryn Pire is PureWow’s associate food editor. A former bartender and barista, she’s been writing about all things delicious since 2016, developing recipes, reviewing restaurants and investigating food trends at Food52, New Jersey Family Magazine and Taste Talks. When she isn’t testing TikTok’s latest viral recipe, she’s having popcorn for dinner and posting about it on Instagram @cookingwithpire.