Cooking Skool chicken strips

Learn to make crispy chicken strips, a fast food favorite.

With Super Bowl LV right around the corner, it's time to start thinking about your Super Bowl servings.

Although the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has advised against large gatherings for the Super Bowl, cooking some of these delectable treats for yourself and immediate family is always an option. 

Here are some recipes that will spice up your Super Bowl watching experience from LNP|LancasterOnline food writer Kim O'Donnel.


 

Calzones

Click the link below to view Kim's recipe for calzone dough and broccoli rabe filling.

How to make calzones from scratch (it's not as hard as you think)

Homemade pizza

How-to videos:

For Kim's full recipe, click the link below.

Want to make pizza at home? Check out this recipe and videos [Stay-Put Cooking]

Chicken strips

How-to video:

For Kim's entire chicken strip recipe, click the link below.

Chicken strips are easy to make and delicious; here's how to make them [Cooking Skool recipe, video]

Meatballs

Click the link below to view Kim's recipe for homemade meatballs. Grab your favorite rolls and use them to make at-home meatball subs. 

How to make meatballs [Stay-Put Cooking]

French fries and baked potatoes

To learn how to cook up some tasty fries and baked potatoes for the big game, click the link below.

How to make fries, baked potatoes for the virtual Pennsylvania Farm Show

Popcorn

Popcorn is a go-to snack no matter the situation. Click the link below to learn about three ways you can jazz up your popcorn for the Super Bowl.

3 ways to jazz up popcorn

Nachos

Like popcorn, you can never go wrong with a nachos. Click the link below to view Kim's recipe for a homemade nacho bowl.

How to build your own nacho bowl [Stay-Put Cooking]

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