Here is our list of Super Bowl Party Ideas with an Indian twist.
Why you ask?
Apart from the big game, we also know Super Bowl for its food.
The big game is almost here!
Are you all set to watch the Big game ?
We understand some of us are ardent fans of the Super Bowl, while many of us are in there for the food and the commercials !
Have you ever made a Super Bowl recipe?
Check out our list of Super Bowl Party Ideas with an Indian twist.
Did you know that Super Bowl is the second largest food consumption day after Thanksgiving in the U.S?
Each of us bring our own cultural influences into the food scene wherever we are, in the planet, right?
Celebration is the name of the game, for everyone involved.
So here is our bit on the food scene for Super Bowl Sunday.
A list of 7 Game Day Recipes with an Indian twist, you are going to love them!
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Super Bowl Party Food with an Indian Twist
Baked Chicken Drumsticks : Looking for that juicy chicken leg are you? Look no further, this quick and easy, spicy Baked Chicken drumstick will do wonders to your appetite and your menu. Packed with protein, a low carb diet, perfect for a healthy evening meal.Baking them in the oven gives them the crispiness and the healthy option we seek.
Chicken stuffed buns, are a snacking delight.These buns are packed with protein, that is soaked in a plethora of spices.Filling & easy to carry these are perfect for a road trip or while going on a hike.
Shawarma is a dish in Middle Eastern cuisine consisting of meat cut into thin slices.Meat is stacked & roasted on a slowly-turning vertical rotisserie or spit. Originally made of lamb or mutton. Today’s shawarma may also be made with chicken, turkey, beef, or veal
Carrot Paniyaram or Carrot Kuzhi paniyaram is a South Indian dish.It is made by steaming batter using a mould. The batter is made of black lentils and rice( similar in composition to the batter used to make idli and dosa) Other names for paniyaram are Paddu/Guliyappa/Yeriyappa/ Gunta Ponganalu /appadadde.
Batata Bonda/ Potato Fritters : Crispy and spicy, deep fried Potato fritters are called Batata Bonda/Batata Vada in South India.In the North they are called Aloo Bonda’s. A favorite tea time snack, a perfect treat for a cold rainy day. A popular street food made with mashed potatoes & chickpea flour.
Chick Peas Sundal/Channa Sundal is a spicy snack made with chick peas. Chick peas are tossed with curry leaves, mustard seeds and garnished with coconut gratings.A favorite evening snack in South India.Usually had with evening coffee. It is also a popular prasadham ( food offering to deities in the temple).It can also made with corn, green peas and butter beans.
Kara Pori/Spicy puffed Rice Snack : A quick, easy and yummy spicy snack. Goes perfectly with your evening coffee. It is made crunchy & crips with addition of peanuts, curry leaves, roasted garlic. It is also called Masala Pori because of its spiciness. A must have while binge watching TV or on a cold winter weekend!
The Bottom Line
We gather around the TV, with friends to watch this big game.
Food will flow.
This year, ditch the sliders and sandwiches this time and try something spicy & fun.
We bet these delicious Indian food will be touchdown worthy!
Read all about the big game, Super Bowl in our blogpost here.