There are two great reasons to have a Superbowl party and they are the game itself and the food that goes with it. Superbowl party recipes traditionally tend to be meat-based and there is plenty of choice when it comes to the best Superbowl recipes to serve.
Chicken wings, mini hamburgers, meat-feast pizza squares, ham and cheese appetizers, chili con carne and fried chicken drumsticks are all popular Superbowl party food but what else could you make if you wanted to make something a bit different?
Ultra Meaty Superbowl Snacks
Superbowl Sunday is not a day to hold back. If you fancy sticky spareribs or honeyed chicken wings or a deep dish pepperoni pizza, it is the perfect time to treat your taste buds and your guests will be excited as soon as they set foot in the house and smell those wonderful aromas coming from the kitchen.
Nearly any meat can be used to make delicious Superbowl recipes. If you like lamb, what about making lamb burgers with fresh mint or lamb kabobs? If you fancy making a few different chicken appetizers, you can make spicy chicken wings, fried chicken dippers with a sauce, or even serve mugs of chicken stew to your hungry guests.
Pork is another nice meat to use for Superbowl recipes, whether you make bacon-wrapped dates, sweet Korean ribs or another pork appetizer recipe.
Recipe for Spanish Pork Rolls
This delicious snack recipe is from Andalusia in Spain. Pork loin chops are combined with prosciutto, eggs, breadcrumbs and spices for a really flavorful hot appetizer recipe. These quick easy appetizers are perfect for a Superbowl party. The pork loin chops should weigh about three ounces each.
What you will need:
- 6 1/2 inch thick boneless pork loin chops
- 2 minced cloves garlic
- 2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoons milk
- 1 cup dried breadcrumbs
- 6 thin slices prosciutto or Serrano ham
- Olive oil, for frying
How to make it:
Combine the garlic with the parsley in a little dish. Put the pork between a pair of waxed paper sheets and pound it to 1/4 inch thick using a mallet. Trim each cutlet to make a 3 x 5 inch piece.
Top each piece of pork with a slice of prosciutto or Serrano ham, then sprinkle the garlic and parsley mixture over the top. Roll the cutlets up, starting at the short end. Secure them with toothpicks.
Lightly beat the eggs with the milk, and then dip each cutlet into this mixture. Coat the cutlets in the breadcrumbs. Add an inch of olive oil to a skillet and heat it to 375 degrees F. Fry the pork rolls until they are cooked through and golden brown. This will take about 12 minutes. Drain them on paper towels, then cut 3/4 inch wide slices crosswise and serve warm.