MIGHTY CULTURE

The commissary wants you to make these 10 game day recipes

What super bowl would be complete without nachos?

We love the commissary for so many things: their low, low prices, the friendly baggers who maintain an excellent poker face when you can't find your car, the guarantee that if you're wearing something nice you'll run into no one and the day you have on sweatpants while your kids are losing their shit, you'll see everyone you know. Ah, the commissary.

And now, here are 10 more reasons to love this perk. They have game day recipes.


1. Cheesy jalapeno turkey sliders

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Cheese. Jalepeno. Turkey. What could possibly go wrong? These little bite sized beasts are small enough to eat with your hands and just large enough that they'll offset (some of) the beers.

2. Gouda turkey jalapeno poppers

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In case your stomach wasn't already on fire from the sliders, the gouda poppers promise to be a "smoky, tasty twist on typical poppers while using lower fat options." Save the calories for the nachos.

3. Slow cooker carnitas

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Set it and forget it with this easy recipe that will surely impress your guests as much as a Mahomes comeback. Cook on low for seven hours or high for four, these lovely three pounds of meat are a gift that will keep on giving throughout the night.

4. Pico de Gallo

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If you're feeling extra fancy, skip the store bought salsa and make your own. Since tortilla chips will almost definitely be on sale this weekend, give them the love they deserve with this easy to whip up dish.

5. Chicken enchilada casserole

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We love a good casserole. It says "I tried and I love you, but I just didn't really have time to roll individual enchiladas." This is a classic with enough spice to keep it entertaining but mild enough that even the whiny nephew who always seems to be there, will eat it.

6. Chile chicken nachos

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These bad boys are the real MVP. They take about 20 minutes to make and the glory you'll receive will last a lifetime. You're welcome.

7. Caprese salad on a stick

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Tomatos, mozzarella, basil. These look fancy but they are something your 2nd grader could put together (from experience). The nice pop of color adds a little balance and nutrition to all of the cheese things you're going to have.

8. Navy Chief's bean peach salsa

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No matter what branch you served in, this salsa is something you can get behind. With a sweetness from the peach but the spice from the jalapeƱos, you can eat this with as a dip, a topping on a steak or in your bed with a spoon like it's ice cream. Like the baggers, we're not here to judge.

9. Make a MyPlate of nachos

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We're not sure about the name, but this is the healthier version of "real nachos." With ground turkey, greek yogurt and whole grain tortilla chips, it's sort of like the real thing. Sort of.

10. Chunky chicken chili

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What game would be complete without chili? Put it on your hot dogs if you like the meat sweats or eat it topped with cheese and Fritos and sour cream. You can't go wrong with chili and this is a winner.