A Look at Some Of The NFL’s Strangest Stadium Foods

Pho, pierogies and a 7-pound burger are among the out-of-the-box choices.

A fan enjoys food before kick off during the NFL match. (Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images)
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Stale popcorn and pretzels are no longer the only thing hungry fans can look forward to at concession stands. CNN checked out some of the most innovative dishes you can buy at NFL stadiums, including a 7-pound burger topped with chicken fingers, fries, hot dogs and more, or dessert nachos.

The Arizona Cardinals’ University of Phoenix Stadium: Gridiron Challenge Burger, worth $75. Fans who finish in less than an hour get their picture on the scoreboard and a Cardinals jersey.

Houston Texans’ NRG Stadium: Battle Red Tacos. Chicken tenders encrusted with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, topped with mango salsa and Sriracha mayo.

Kansas City Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium: Kingdom Inferno Chicken Sandwich. Don’t try this if you can’t handle the heat — the sandwich is topped with the hottest pepper known to man, and then also includes pepper jack cheese, sliced jalapeños and Buffalo sauce.

Seattle Seahawks’ CenturyLink Field: Beef Pho. Might be hard to eat and cheer, but the hearty Vietnamese soup includes braised beef, rice noodles, bean sprouts, Thai basil, Fresno chilis and pho broth.

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