Spice Up Your Super Bowl

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Tamar Genger MA, RD
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A Super Bowl Party Menu

This year we want to spice things up.  I just love the little bit of heat and flavor that comes from adding just a bit of horseradish to almost any dish.  The most popular foods to serve for the Super Bowl are wings, chili, pizza and guacamole.  The main idea is to serve food that is easy to eat in front of the television.  And easy to snack and enjoy as the game goes on.

Veal-Sliders-with-Red-Slaw.

Veal Sliders with Red Slaw

Instead of going with full size burgers, I went with sliders.  Sliders are not only cute, but they are easier to eat.  For this slider I topped it with a special Red Slaw, a common burger or dog topping from Lexington, North Carolina.  They prefer their slaw to be dressed with ketchup instead of mayo and they like it a little spicy.  For my version, instead of using plain ketchup, I used Gold's Ketchup with Horseradish and it gave the slaw just the right kick that was a perfect topping for my burger.

horseradish-guacamole

Horseradish Guacamole

For my guacamole, all I did was add a bit of Gold's White Horseradish and wow, did that make a huge difference.  I can't believe I never thought of it before, just a little horseradish in your guacamole is absolutely genius.

BBQ-Chicken-Bites.

BBQ Chicken Bites

These chicken bites are a fun easy to make little snack you can add to any menu.  Easy to serve and eat with toothpicks.  All the flavor here comes from Gold's Steak Sauce, which is basically a BBQ sauce with horseradish mixed in.  It adds tremendous flavor.

Here are some more spiced up Super Bowl recipes you might like to try:

Crunchy Baked Gefilte Fish Fingers with Horseradish Sauce
Warm Potato Salad with Horseradish Sauce
Strawberry Jalapeno Baked Chicken Wing
Red Horseradish Deviled Eggs
Wasabi Wings

Spiced Up Super Bowl Recipes

Hope you have a great Super Bowl!!

This post was sponsored by Gold's, all opinions are my own.