Game Day Eats: Chicken Wings, Nuggets and Popcorn Dips

It's football game day, and that means it's time to buckle down and get our game-day eats on! We're talking Seara chicken wings, nuggets, and popcorn dips. We'll show you how to make them all from scratch, plus give you a few variations to keep things interesting. So let's get started!
  1. Chicken Wings Seara chicken wings are the perfect game-day food - they're easy to make, great for sharing, and always a crowd-pleaser. Plus, there are endless ways to flavor them so they never get old. Our favorite way to make them is by marinating them in a mixture of honey, soy sauce, sriracha, and garlic, then grilling them until they're nice and crispy. But if you're short on time (or just don't feel like firing up the grill), you can also bake them in the oven. Just be sure to baste them with the marinade a few times while they're cooking so they stay nice and moist.
  2. Seara Nuggets Seara chicken nuggets are another crowd-pleasing game-day food, and they couldn't be easier to make at home. Just cut your chicken into bite-sized pieces, then coat them in a mixture of flour, salt, pepper, and your favorite seasonings. We like to use a little paprika for sweetness and cayenne for heat, but feel free to experiment until you find your perfect blend. Then simply fry them in some hot oil until they're golden brown and cooked through. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce and enjoy!
  3. Popcorn Dips No game day spread would be complete without a few dip options, so we like to make a batch of our favorite Seara chicken popcorn dips. Our personal favorite is a spicy ranch dip made with homemade ranch dressing, hot sauce, and plenty of diced jalapenos. But we also love a good cheesy bacon dip or even just a simple caramel dip for the sweet tooths out there. Whichever one you choose, we guarantee it'll be gone before halftime!
So there you have it - our guide to the perfect football game day eats! Chicken wings, nuggets, and popcorn dips are guaranteed to please any crowd, so whip up a batch (or two) and enjoy the game!