Email this recipe to a Friend!

A recipe for Kimchi Fried Rice Balls. Kimchi Fried Rice Ball recipe. A great appetizer recipe for Kimchi Fried Rice Balls. Kimchi Fried Rice Balls with a garlic green onion aioli. Hey Guys! Is everyone getting ready for the super bowl?? As usual we’re both getting ready and excited for the fun food that usually comes along with this “holiday” sort of day….not so much the game, sorry! We feel like we’ve been doing pretty well with keeping ourselves somewhat in check with the cheeseburgers, hot dogs, tater tots, and so on so just like we did this past friday, we’re treating ourselves again with these, Fried Pork Belly and Kimchi Fried Rice Balls. The idea for these actually came from the yummy eatery in LA, Seoul Sausage. This place serves up some unique Korean style fusion snacks such as Galbi Poutine, a variety of awesome and unique sausages and these fried balls. :) If you haven’t had a chance to try any of their food we recommend it..go with a big appetite though as you’ll want to eat everything on the menu and the items are pretty filling. Our fried balls are filled with a Korean style pork and kimchi fried rice and lightly coated and fried in a crisp panko breading. These balls pack tons of delicious and intense flavor, but if the heat is a bit much for you, cool them down by dipping them in our garlic-green onion aioli! Balance, people!

In addition to us getting ready for the Super Bowl, we also have a neat giveaway today! We’re giving away a QOOQ Tablet. If you’ve never heard of it, it’s a tablet similar to the ipad and kindle, but designed specifically for the kitchen! That’s right, this tablet comes  with tons of recipes already uploaded into it, plus it constantly updates new recipes, professional chef bios/demos (according to season and availability) and much more, so you’ll never have a shortage of recipes to sift through. In addition to the recipes that come pre-installed to the tablet you can also do some basic web browsing and access your personal (media) accounts. So while it’s a tablet designed for the kitchen, you can still use it to access your facebook or twitter accounts!

We will say this, initially we were a bit turned off by the “bulkiness” of this tablet. Compared to an ipad this tablet is pretty thick and heavy….BUT what we didn’t consider is that fact that it is meant to stay primarily in the kitchen (to help you not only with recipes, but demo videos, organizing grocery lists, etc) and even better….it’s completely spill proof! Yes, you can get “spill proof” covers for your other tablets, but in this case you don’t need one whatsoever. It also comes with its own kickstand, for much needed convenience when you’re cooking. Our favorite part about this tablet, other than the great organization and ease to search through the recipes is the sidebar on the right hand part of the screen, that includes an area for your “favorites”, a basic weather report and live radio!

Although the QOOQ tablet is quite a handy kitchen tool, it may not be for everyone as it is primarily specialized for kitchen use. We do urge you all to check out their site and decide for yourselves if it’s the right tablet for you! You can also enter our giveaway today and win one for yourself by answering a a simple question in our comments section below: What is your favorite dish to make for The Super Bowl? Please note, we will only ship within the US and Entries will close on THURSDAY January 31 at 12 p.m/pst. Don’t forget to leave your email in the appropriate field when you leave your comment so we can contact you when you win! Good Luck, everyone!!
include a photo
include a photo

Kimchi Fried Rice Balls with a Garlic and Green Onion Aioli
Makes 24 to 28

Ingredients:
garlic-green onion aioli:
4 cloves garlic, blanched
2 green onions, roughly sliced
2/3 cup crème fraiche
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1/2 lime, juiced
salt and pepper to taste
pork marinade:
3 tablespoons gochujang (Korean chili paste)
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
1 tablespoon (low sodium) soy sauce
1 1/2 teaspoons sesame oil
1/2 lb diced pork belly
1 1/2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 recipe kimchi fried rice
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour, divided
3 eggs, divided
1 cup panko breadcrumbs
salt and pepper to taste
vegetable oil for frying

Directions:
1. For aioli: Place garlic and green onions into the work bowl of a food processor and pulse 5 times. Add the remaining aioli ingredients and process until almost smooth. Season with salt and pepper and stir. Set aside until ready to use.
2. Place all pork marinade ingredients into a bowl and whisk together until fully combined. Add pork and toss together until completely coated. Allow mixture to marinate, about 15 minutes.
3. In a large wok or sauté pan add oil and place over high heat. Cook pork for 2 to 3 minutes and drain onto paper towels.
4. Make fried rice and fold pork belly into mixture. Place the pork fried rice into the refrigerator until chilled, about 2 hours.
5. Once the rice has chilled, stir in 1/2 cup of flour and 1 egg until completely combined.
6. Place remaining flour, eggs (lightly beaten) and panko in three separate shallow dishes. Take 2 1/2 to 3 tablespoons of the rice mixture and gently form into a ball.
7. Carefully dredge the ball in the flour, followed by the eggs and finally the panko until completely coated, shaking off any excess. Place breaded ball onto a parchment lined baking sheet and repeat until all the rice mixture has been used. Place the baking tray in the freezer and freeze balls for about 1 hour.
8. Preheat oil to 350°F.
9. Fry balls in the oil, a few at a time, for about 4 to 5 minutes or until golden brown. Drain onto paper towels and season with salt and pepper. Repeat until all balls have been fried. Serve immediately with aioli.

**UPDATE** We have randomly chosen a winner and that person is Jennifer who said: “Years ago i found a recipe called “super dip”, basically a burrito filling type dip that our children always called “super bowl dip” so it became our “must have” for the Super Bowl. Thanks for the chance at this giveaway….a device for the kitchen sounds great!” Thanks guys!

 /   /   /  288 Comments
  1. Kate M Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish to make for the Super Bowl is queso. The awful kind with Rotel and Velveeta. It’s what I grew up with and it isn’t the Super Bowl without it!

    • jojofunbun Not Specified Not Specified

      Awful? Try AMAZING. When we miss Texas and also want to feel like lard butts, we make queso… YUM.

  2. Courtney B. Not Specified Not Specified

    Potato skins! Yum!

  3. Cooper Lee Not Specified Not Specified

    I am all about empanadas for Super Bowl!

  4. Meghan @ Cake 'n' Knife Not Specified Not Specified

    Every year it is all about the chili in our house for the big game. Doesn’t matter who is playing, as long as there is chili everyone’s happy :)

  5. esther Not Specified Not Specified

    The recipe is making my mouth water! What a great idea to make with my really old kimchi. :D

    My favorite super bowl recipe is korean style chicken wings! I love me some korean fried chicken wings. :)

  6. Marnely Rodriguez-Murray Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh those Kimchi Balls sound amazing! For the Super Bowl, I love making anything cheesy – fondue is a great one, and my hubby loves to make Jalapeno Poppers! I’m even thinking we might make mini-crab cakes with some sort of aioli! What a fun tablet, we’d definitely get tons of use from it as we are both chefs.

  7. ileana Not Specified Not Specified

    Anything crispy and made of potatoes!

  8. Kelley D Not Specified Not Specified

    Thank you for this recipe! I had to share with my Hawaiian friend of Korean descent, she is going to want them next week for our SB Party! lol

    I love to make a twist on the traditional Seven-layer dip, using Mediterranean ingredients (homemade hummus, kalamatas, feta, etc) instead of South-of-the-Border style. It is usually the only thing that isn’t gone completely! :)

  9. Mary Not Specified Not Specified

    We love wings! We do Peanut butter sriracha wings (http://www.bulgogiandbutter.com/2012/09/spicy-peanut-butter-sriracha-wings.html?m=0)

    We also love your everyday hot dog but topped with fresh kimchi :)

  10. Sofie T Not Specified Not Specified

    Spicy bbq wings

  11. Leslie K. Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite thing to make is french onion dip and chicken wings.

  12. Stephanie C. Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish to make is nachos. A huge plate of chips, cheese, veggies and sour cream.

  13. Ka Ning Not Specified Not Specified

    I love making any type of dip – from guacamole to bacon cheeseburger dip!

  14. Megan Not Specified Not Specified

    Hmmm… my favorite super bowl food would probably be fried mac and cheese nuggets! So good.

  15. carmen lindie Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite super bowl snack-a-roo is crockpot barbeque and fruit preserve meatballs.

    On asidenote, Yummm! Can’t wait to try these kimchi fried rice balls!

  16. Annmarie Not Specified Not Specified

    My absolutely favorite Super Bowl dish has to be my moms chili.. she only makes it one day a year and guess when it is?! It’s honestly the most super bowl of chili I’ve ever had and I made it for myself for the first time last year. Still not as good as her, but close enough!

  17. Catie Not Specified Not Specified

    I love making a buffalo chicken dip!

  18. Teruska Not Specified Not Specified

    Like enjoying the commercials best, we like the snacks rather than a meal. Mini grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches, camenbert and fig jam on crackers, gravlax on cherry tomatoes with minced pickled red onion, white bean dip, guac… Time to start thinking about it.

  19. Kevan Not Specified Not Specified

    For sure my favourite is the Dr. Pepper sweet-and-spicy ribs from Homesick Texan. I’ve never had a recipe get as much request, or rave reviews as this one, and doing a big batch is super easy, as long as you have a big oven!

    http://homesicktexan.blogspot.ca/2009/05/dr-pepper-ribs-sticky-spicy-and-sweet.html

  20. Heather Not Specified Not Specified

    If our team makes it to the Super Bowl (the Packers — a shame this year), my husband and I have a standing policy, per his request, that chicken wings are on the menu. If not, we typically stick with homemade, healthier versions of typical “game food” like guacamole, mozzarella sticks, etc.

  21. eve Not Specified Not Specified

    I’ve never had to make anything for a superbowl party, but I would make cheese gougeres.

  22. Amanda Not Specified Not Specified

    Super Bowl? What’s that?? haha… if I was cooking especially for the Super Bowl, I would probably make a big pot of chili. So good to sit on the couch and eat! :)

  23. Aimee Warner Not Specified Not Specified

    Buffalo Chicken bites or Dip I will be making one or the other!!!

  24. Laurie Stephens Not Specified Not Specified

    My fav Super Bowl dish is Mile High Nachos. The messier the better.

  25. Brittney W Not Specified Not Specified

    I make my mother’s conch chowder w/ sherry + hot sauce every super bowl.

  26. Jennifer Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite super bowl food is lil’ smokies baked with bacon and bbq sauce

  27. Julia C Not Specified Not Specified

    We do a low country boil every year. It’s fabulous!

  28. Ellie Not Specified Not Specified

    I love making jalapeno poppers for the big game. So delicious!

  29. Heather Not Specified Not Specified

    We are college football people at my house so we don’t really do the Super Bowl. But for the BCS Championship game I made crockpot baked potatoes with cheesy broccoli and chili.

  30. Nataline Not Specified Not Specified

    Guacamole!!!!!! I also love buffalo wings, but usually “cheat” by getting pre-fried chicken wings and slathering them in sauce.

  31. Nancy Not Specified Not Specified

    No special foods in general for Super Bowl Sunday, but I am definitely making your beautiful Kimchi Fried Rice Balls this year…they sound amazing! :)

  32. natalie @ wee eats Not Specified Not Specified

    my favorite dish for the superbowl is pretzel bites!

  33. Sarah D. Not Specified Not Specified

    Spicy chicken wings are my favorite things to make for a Superbowl party!

  34. Bree Not Specified Not Specified

    Spinach dip!

    Seems like it’s only for a Super Bowl party that I make it. . . I need to fix that.

  35. Nancy Not Specified Not Specified

    One more thing…You didn’t mention what beer you were serving with the Rice Balls. I am assuming it is not a Korean beer?

  36. Emily R. Not Specified Not Specified

    My husband and I typically don’t watch the Super Bowl, but back in the day, my favorite thing was (a bit shamefully) those little cocktail sausages in barbecue sauce, simmering away in the Crock Pot.

  37. M TYNANWEITSEN Not Specified Not Specified

    We have about 30 people for a Super Bowl bash every year and I make a GIANT king cake, rolled with cinnamon sugar and stuffed with a strawberry and a cream cheese filling. I use a vanilla bean pod to season the yeast dough with all it’s wonderful little speckles and by the time it has risen, I need to put two baking sheets side by side to bake the braided ring on. And there’s never a single piece left when the game is over! Dee- licious!!

  38. Laura Not Specified Not Specified

    There ALWAYS has to be buffalo chicken SOMETHING. We’re making Chorizo Queso, cannoli dip, and margaritas this year!

  39. Paige B. Not Specified Not Specified

    I think I’m going to make some guacamole for the game!

  40. Melody Scott Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks like a recipe the winners of The Great Food Truck Race made, which I always wanted the recipe for, so thanks!! I love making Vietnamese rice rolls, with those fragile rice papers, rice noodles, shrimp, peanuts, fresh mint and julienned veggies with a garlicky and spicy fish sauce dip. Oh man! Perfect finger food for the superbowl!

  41. Becky Greene Not Specified Not Specified

    I feel like you must eat chili during the Super Bowl… and it must have grated Cheddar Cheese on top :-) Thanks for the chance to win!

  42. Kyle Tingey Not Specified Not Specified

    Along with the voluminous dips and wings, there is nothing better than a good bowl of New England clam chowder. If you don’t agree, you just haven’t had the right bowl! ;)

  43. Emiko Shimojo Not Specified Not Specified

    I love making a big fun barbecue feast rather than tedious finger foods. I think its fun to have foods associated with summer, in the winter time, to distract from the dread of the cold. I also find it easier for the host, and its exciting to set everything up family style or buffet style, so everyone can serve themselves all day. I make barbecue chicken, broiled ribs, macaroni salad, potato salad, corn bread, baked beans, charred corn, crunchy baked mac and cheese, red cabbage and apple slaw – the works! And for dessert, a strawberry short cake pudding, which is vanilla pudding, layered with fresh vanilla macerated strawberries, vanilla wafers, whipped cream, and white chocolate. Delicious!

  44. maribeth Not Specified Not Specified

    My go to food to serve on superbowl is jalapeno popper dip. I recently discovered buffalo roasted cauliflower as a healthier option to buffalo wings and am definitely going to try it!

  45. abby Not Specified Not Specified

    favorite dish to make for the super bowl would have to be guacamole. yum!

  46. Caitlin Not Specified Not Specified

    Wait, how did you know that I only want an iPad or Kindle for kitchen use!? Or maybe I should be asking this company that question… but SERIOUSLY.

    Hmm, so I might have to say that Kevin’s (Closet Cooking) artichoke bread is one of my favorite Superbowl foods. I mean, it’s like spinach and artichoke dip.. but lazier. The dip is already slathered and baked on the bread!

  47. Rowena Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to make hot wings and nachos with guacamole! I wouldn’t mind some of these kimchi fried rice balls. They look really tasty! Thanks for the giveaway and the opportunity!

  48. rachel Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to make spinach artichoke dip

  49. Averie @ Averie Cooks Not Specified Not Specified

    Fave dish is making lots of dips! Like spinach & artichoke dip.

    What a great giveaway and your fried rice balls would be a hit here!

  50. Claire Not Specified Not Specified

    Chili is definitely my favorite to make for super bowl Sunday!

  51. Pamela Not Specified Not Specified

    A good turkey chili is perfect for the superbowl!

  52. Liv Not Specified Not Specified

    Onion dip – I eat the entire bowl when given the chance so I have to restrict myself to only making it once a year!

  53. oddree Not Specified Not Specified

    We always have “walking tacos”…sad, but true! and good!

  54. jenny Not Specified Not Specified

    I like making a 7 layer dip. Like the one I drew here: http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m1gqbrOEpU1r5epyco1_500.jpg

    Perfect with crunchy tortilla chips!

  55. Gillian Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m all about anything with cheese! We try and switch it up every year – this year will be cheesy pull-apart bread :)

  56. Mary Frances Not Specified Not Specified

    I have a delicious meatball recipe from The Whole Hog Cookbook so I’ll just whip up a batch of them and roll them up a bit smaller. A drizzle of marinara sauce and sprinkling of fresh basil makes them a little more appealing – and you can always serve these with fancy toothpicks.

  57. Casey Not Specified Not Specified

    Turkey meatloaf!

  58. Rebeka Not Specified Not Specified

    my favorite thing to make for the super bowl is this dip that has cream cheese, sour cream, bacon bits, cheddar cheese and a packet of ranch. So unhealthy but I don’t think calories are supposed to count that day, right?

  59. Nicole @ youngbrokeandhungry.com Not Specified Not Specified

    Nacho’s are always my go to’s when it comes to the Super Bowl. They are easy and delicious!

  60. Amy D. Not Specified Not Specified

    Fresh salsas!

  61. Maria Not Specified Not Specified

    Hard to choose, but I might have to stick with chocolate chip cookies.

  62. Kristina M Not Specified Not Specified

    i grew up in ohio, so my favorite dish to make for the superbowl is definitely skyline dip!

  63. Sarah H.P. Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite food to make for the Superbowl is mini quesadillas!

  64. gina Not Specified Not Specified

    pretzel bites! although this year I’m thinking lots of homemade pizzas. :)

  65. Steph Not Specified Not Specified

    This year I’m making baby pineapple upside-down cakes with moonshine cherries!

  66. Katie Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite superbowl dish is chips and guacamole!

  67. Holly Not Specified Not Specified

    Nachos! With all the fixings, yum!

  68. Sarah R Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite Superbowl dish is Green Chili & Jack Cheese fried wontons with apricot jelly dipping sauce.

  69. Garry Not Specified Not Specified

    Best?!!? BBQ Pork Sucking pig!
    This year: Planked King Salmon, Buffalo Wings, and Fries tossed with Sea Salt and Truffle oil!!
    I too am about the food and festivities, but the game is you know, pretty good as well..

    MUST try the rice balls!!

    Love your site!

  70. Stephanie R. Not Specified Not Specified

    Last year I discovered a recipe that is just delicious- savory, sweet, salty, yum! I’ve made it for lots of parties and will make it for the Super Bowl this year. It’s mini corn dog muffins :)

  71. Geoff Not Specified Not Specified

    I love cream cheese chili dip with tortilla chips.

  72. Solaera Not Specified Not Specified

    Hot crab dip made from fresh dungeness crab if I can get it or good old chips and guac if I can’t.

  73. Matthew Novak Not Specified Not Specified

    Hands down, BEST Super Bowl recipe is Totchos! Nachos minus the chips + tater tots.
    Don’t forget good guac and slice radishes on top…

  74. Beth Not Specified Not Specified

    Dad’s family recipe chili (winner of many office cookoffs) with corn muffins!

  75. Pin Not Specified Not Specified

    I love any kind of dip for big games– spinach & artichoke dip, buffalo chicken dip, guacamole, 5-layer Mexican dip… You name it, I love it!

  76. Caty Not Specified Not Specified

    Turkey chili and cornbread!

  77. Annalise N. Not Specified Not Specified

    I love cooking chili because everyone loves it and it’s easy to just throw it in the crockpot and have it ready when my friends come over!

  78. Thanh L. Not Specified Not Specified

    I don’t cook for the party, my wife does, but I love her chocolate chip cookies.

  79. Sarah Not Specified Not Specified

    Buffalo chicken bites!

  80. Diana Not Specified Not Specified

    Guacamole!

  81. ashley Not Specified Not Specified

    CHICKEN WINGS!!! Usually buffalo and a sweet asian style with a ton of heat is what I make.

  82. Erica Dominey Not Specified Not Specified

    We live down South so for us Super Bowl is also right with our Mardi Gras and that means mud bugs baby…nothing like a huge hot pot of boiled crawfish with corn mushrooms carrots and sausage and potatoes….mmmmmm good

  83. Christine Larson Not Specified Not Specified

    For Super Bowl it is all kinds of foods, chips and dips. My great clam dip for potato chips, and then a wonderful guacamole for the tortilla chips. We have Sweet Potato Fries and a crock pot full of corned beef and cabbage. I love the Qooq – it well be a great addition to a cook’s kitchen

  84. Gloria Emery Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite is humuus dip and homemade crackers!

  85. Lora Lanier Not Specified Not Specified

    Favorite is a standard…chicken wings! I marinate them in buttermilk the night before and they are soooo good.

  86. Jessica K Not Specified Not Specified

    Definitely fried green beans or homemade caprese pizza with balsamic glaze! Yum!

  87. Tina Not Specified Not Specified

    Lil meatballs and smokies in my homemade BBQ sauce! Also Crab spread!

  88. Peka Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite thing to make for the super bowl weekend is SPAM Musubi! These kimchi balls will go great with them this year!!

  89. Alyssa Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite two things I make for the super bowl are chile con queso and guacamole! MUST haves, even if I watch it on my own and make nothing else!

  90. Janet Clifford Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite thing to make for superbowl is ruben dip with cocktail rye to put it on…mmmmm.

  91. Nancy Not Specified Not Specified

    The Kimchi Fried Rice Balls look amazing. These might be my new favorite thing to make for the Super Bowl, but my go to is a selection of sliders, Tomato, Burger, Chicken and Crabcake. But if I won this amazing little gadget, I could come up with even more creative things to make :-)

  92. Allison Not Specified Not Specified

    ribs

  93. Samantha Jung Not Specified Not Specified

    Seven Layer Dip! Yummmm….versatile, popular and delicious.

  94. Teounna Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite thing to make for the super bowl is spinach and artichoke dip and bar-b-cue sliders! Thank you for the great recipe. I’m always looking for a new recipe to try! Good Luck Everyone!

  95. Beth Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish to make for the super bowl are turkey meatball subs.

  96. Avery Not Specified Not Specified

    loaded baked potato dip!

  97. Mbb Not Specified Not Specified

    guacamole!

  98. Lenos Not Specified Not Specified

    Frito pie made with homemade chili, and a cold Shiner Bock!

  99. Winston Not Specified Not Specified

    Chili for Super Bowl. Always.

  100. Adrienne Not Specified Not Specified

    My fav Super Bowl dish would have to be 7-layer Fiesta Dip or good ol’ warm bean and cheese dip. Yum!

  101. Tiffany Not Specified Not Specified

    My go-to recipe for the Super Bowl is fried chicken with a side of sweet potato fries and coleslaw. Delicious.

  102. Laura Not Specified Not Specified

    Superbowl usually means a lot of inter-family mock competition. As a non-sports fan, I generally just pick the team most of the family is against and root for them. It makes for a good time!

    As a family of gnoshers, we have a ton of snacks. I think my favorite, though, is mom’s homemade salsa. Crisp and wonderfully spicy!

  103. lauran Not Specified Not Specified

    my fave bowl recipe is homemade vanilla ice cream with dark chocolate mini-brownies. sweet victory for all.

  104. Crystal Not Specified Not Specified

    I think my favorite thing to make is either 7 layer dip or nachos, but your kimchi rice balls look amazing!!!

  105. Louisa Not Specified Not Specified

    My favourite contribution to super bowl parties has to be greek potato skins-potato skins made with roasted red pepper and eggplant, feta, chickpeas, fresh dill, garlic and lemon juice, with a greek yogurt topping. Sooo yummy!!

  106. Jackie Not Specified Not Specified

    I plan on making chile con queso for the super bowl. Nothing better than hot cheese and tortilla chips!

  107. Namtran Nguyen Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m not a big sports person.. but what’s a superbowl party without wings?

  108. Brianne Not Specified Not Specified

    It’s not a Super Bowl party without buffalo chicken wings.

  109. heather Not Specified Not Specified

    i love to make the spinach dip in the sourdough bread round for the game

  110. Emily M Not Specified Not Specified

    I am weird and like to make feta turkey burgers and fatty queso. Mmm….not the same without it!

  111. Nicole Patchi Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish to make for the Super Bowl is a nice fresh bruschetta with burrata…I think it stands out well amongst the fried and greasy fare. But don’t get me wrong, fried and greasy are my best friends.

  112. Eligonma Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to make guacamole!

  113. Allie Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite super bowl dish to make is spinach dip, yum!

  114. Sara B. Not Specified Not Specified

    Queso is probably my go-to dish. Although, any fantastic dip is probably my go-to for most occasions.

  115. Leah Not Specified Not Specified

    I love making chocolate croissants. It’s nontraditional, but so yummy. Also, the QOOQ tablet looks awesome!

  116. sarah d Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite recipe to make is crab dip hon (with lots of old bay) GO RAVENS!!!

  117. Stacie Not Specified Not Specified

    clam chowder this year! go sf!!

  118. Becky Not Specified Not Specified

    Chili/cream cheese chip dip!

  119. Janel Gradowski Not Specified Not Specified

    I’d say my favorite is a toss up between homemade soft pretzel nuggets with salsa dip and chunky guacamole. Yummy! And now I want a snack. :)

  120. Marie Not Specified Not Specified

    Buffalo wings!! They’re one of my favorite foods so what better excuse to make them then the Super Bowl?

  121. Ilona t Not Specified Not Specified

    Love making 7 layer dip!

  122. Sherry Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to make what I call “yuppy wings” – whole wheat panko crusted baked buffalo breast strips brushed with a variety of indie hot sauces (the ones you find at that quirky hot sauce store at the Grove) mixed with apple cider vinegar, paired with a creamy fage 2% gorgonzola dip. How completely Yuppy-fied is that – only thing missing is sperry’s…sheesh.

  123. Libbie Not Specified Not Specified

    Definitely guacamole! Can’t go wrong with creamy avocado and some old fashioned tortilla chips!

  124. Taylor Not Specified Not Specified

    I always stick with the traditional for the Super Bowl – guacamole. But I use a molcajete and all fresh ingredients, so it is not your average guac!

    If I win this contest, not only would I be really excited, but my poor laptop would be very grateful too – it is sick of being covered in my kitchen messes!

  125. Elizabeth @ HobbyLobbyist Not Specified Not Specified

    First of all, those kimchi balls look insane!

    My favorite thing to make for the Superbowl is buffalo chicken meatballs. They are so easy to make and easier to eat than wings.

  126. Isaiah Not Specified Not Specified

    Soft Pretzels!

  127. Zoe Not Specified Not Specified

    For last year’s superbowl, I made a HUGE platter of nachos. I made a beer-cheese sauce and topped the nachos with shredded pork, fresh cilantro, jalapenos, homemade salsa, black beans and sour cream. They were gone within an hour.

  128. Emily K. Not Specified Not Specified

    I don’t really watch the Super Bowl (no tv…poor veterinary student!), but I would probably make some sort of vegetarian comfort food!

  129. Jade Sheldon Not Specified Not Specified

    Well, this year my favorite dish to make for the super bowl is birthday cake. My birthday falls on super bowl sunday this year!! I’m thinking a vanilla coconut cake will do the trick…

  130. Carolyn G Not Specified Not Specified

    I love making pulled pork BBQ sandwiches topped with coleslaw. SO delish!

  131. Sarah Not Specified Not Specified

    Jalapeno & Cheese pull bread.

  132. MaryB Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish for the Super Bowl is guacamole. Love it! Thanks for offering such a great giveaway.

  133. Whitney Not Specified Not Specified

    Dips! Dips! Dips!

  134. Blessie Nelson Not Specified Not Specified

    I love to make plantain fritters for gameday with cinnamon honey butter!

  135. Meghan P Not Specified Not Specified

    The Super Bowl is always when we try new recipes for tasty bits of things, though somehow wings and various dips always seem to make it on the menu.

  136. K @ I's and O's Not Specified Not Specified

    Homemade spinach and artichoke dip…. with pita chips, of course!

  137. Morgan S Not Specified Not Specified

    The Super Bowl always falls around my partner’s birthday, so we party it up! The staple at every annual Super Bowl Bash are wings and guacamole! The dip I make for the wings has been begged for by guests, because they want to use it to dip veggies during the week.

  138. Juli J. Not Specified Not Specified

    Chips & my friends’ mom’s “ugly dip” I honestly have no clue what’s in it, but amazingness is all I can guess.

  139. Emma Not Specified Not Specified

    Mmmm. Puppy chow – chex cereal covered in chocolate, peanut butter, and powdered sugar.

  140. John Not Specified Not Specified

    I love nachos – with all the fixins

  141. Meg Not Specified Not Specified

    A good veggie tray is all I need! Side it with some hummus, and I am happy as a clam.

  142. maggie Not Specified Not Specified

    Homemade nachos-all different kinds….or greek layer dip :)

  143. ricky Not Specified Not Specified

    my favorite superbowl snack? green tea pumpkin seeds, duh. also my fave snack for watching movies, studying, car trips, etc. they’re basically the world’s best snack.

  144. Kate Not Specified Not Specified

    This year, the Super Bowl is all about chicken wings!!! From grilled, to baked, to fried, sweet, spicy, dry rubbed or dripping with sauce…it’s Wing Fest 2013!!!!

  145. Corin Not Specified Not Specified

    My mom’s from-scratch dill dip, in a bread bowl. We have to have it every game. ONE time we didn’t, our team lost!

  146. Ingrid Not Specified Not Specified

    Texas cheese fries!

  147. Thuy Not Specified Not Specified

    Sirarcha Hot Wings!!

  148. Kimberly H Not Specified Not Specified

    I love dips! With pretzels, chips, crackers, veggies… I love the ease and variety of dips.

  149. Linda I Not Specified Not Specified

    My fave football watching “dish”, whether its the Super Bowl or the Puppy Bowl, has to be my version of Kettle Corn. Sweet, salty, crunchy and football!!! Perfection.

  150. Brian Not Specified Not Specified

    At our house, it’s spinach artichoke dip.

  151. Liz Not Specified Not Specified

    You just can’t beat a good queso dip

  152. Sarah Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish to make is spinach and artichoke dip!

  153. Eevee L. Not Specified Not Specified

    I don’t watch the Superbowl, but for any major sporting event that I or friends or the SO watches, I make a delicious bowl of homemade guacamole + delicious baked mac & cheese.

  154. Tahny Not Specified Not Specified

    We love stuffed mushrooms! They are such a “fun-gi” to have join our party! (Sorry that was corny!) but, we love them!

  155. Jeanne Not Specified Not Specified

    Brisket tacos!

  156. Johanna Not Specified Not Specified

    A big plate of mini Schnitzel’s on skewers with raw veggie bites. Grab&munch :)

  157. Jill Not Specified Not Specified

    Chex mix

  158. Liz B. Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to make mango curry dip and chili!!

  159. Ellen M. Not Specified Not Specified

    Very cool tool! I like to make pepperoni bread – everyone seems to love it, it is the ultimate finger food, and is definitely not gourmet! Thanks for the chance!

  160. keshakeke Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish to make for the Super Bowl is Buffalo wings! Everyone eats them all up! I also like to make a queso dip and keep it warm in the slow cooker. I always have to make these two dishes for any parties we have. By request!
    keshakeke(at)gmail(dot)com

  161. Freyja Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite snack for a social gathering such as the Super Bowl, or even a Downton Abby gathering is Nori wraped maki (sushi rolls) filled with fresh veggies and avacado.

  162. Tina Z Not Specified Not Specified

    I love to make these mini cheeseburger sliders made with Beef & Italian Sausage…always a hit YUM!

  163. Michael K Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to make Italian sausage and pepper and onions in the slow cooker. Must grill the sausage first just to get char marks.

  164. Grisel Not Specified Not Specified

    for super Bowl party I love to have some 7 layer dip with chips easy to make and delicious!!!!

  165. Mel Scott Not Specified Not Specified

    That hot crab dip with dungeness crab sounds pretty good, but the ultimate Superbowl food for me is pulled pork sandwiches. Cook pork belly low and slow over hickory, make that homemade BBQ sauce, and then pull the moist pork apart and mix with the sauce, on some ciabatta rolls. Amazing! Maybe not as amazing as the kimchi balls though. I will be giving those a try.

  166. Denise Wilson Not Specified Not Specified

    I love to make ribs for the super bowl!

  167. Kathy Not Specified Not Specified

    To me, the Super Bowl is an excuse to eat all the decadent, cheesy, gooey fattening stuff I usually avoid. My favorite is buffalo chicken dip – so yummy and always a hit!

  168. Helen Not Specified Not Specified

    Chex Party Mix is my favorite Superbowl snack. Thanks for the giveaway!

  169. betty Not Specified Not Specified

    lots of chili

  170. Teresa P Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish for the Super Bowl is spinach and artichoke dip in a bread bowl!

  171. Katleen Not Specified Not Specified

    Love you site and recipes. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the opportunity to win a cool QOOQ!!
    I never grew up with Super Bowl parties since I am a Belgian. But now living in Buffalo, NY I must say Buffalo Chicken Wings have to be on the menu for us.

  172. Lauren Not Specified Not Specified

    Definitely buffalo chicken dip. Always a crowd pleaser!

  173. Claire Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m a pretty huge fan of hot dips and recently every party I throw or go to I bring the trusty old hot wing dip. It tastes so good with crackers or celery (my favorite)!

  174. Nicole Incardone Not Specified Not Specified

    My latest favorite has been Buffalo Cauliflower w/bleu cheese dip & Baked ranch chicken nuggets. Before this new found love it was slow cooker beef dips. Super easy and you can pay all your attention to the big game!

  175. Jennifer Not Specified Not Specified

    Years ago i found a recipe called “super dip”, basically a burrito filling type dip that our children always called “super bowl dip” so it became our “must have” for the Super Bowl.

    Thanks for the chance at this giveaway….a device for the kitchen sounds great!

  176. Melissa Not Specified Not Specified

    Frito pie – made with a delicious homemade chili, good corn chips, and fresh toppings that everyone can add to their own pie to make it complelely customized – jalapeños, cilantro, onions, cheese, sour cream, guacamole …..

  177. libby Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite to make is mexican seven layer dip have been making for years

  178. laeun Not Specified Not Specified

    Without question: buffalo chicken dip. Can’t go wrong with hot sauce and bleu cheese… :)

  179. Erika Not Specified Not Specified

    Puppy chow! So addictive–it’s a perfect time to make when other people are around to eat it!

  180. Angie Bennett Not Specified Not Specified

    I make a queso with velvetta, mayo and an onion. Yum!

  181. Carl Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks like a wonderful new kitchen tool, I’d love to win it. One of the best Super Bowl snacks we ever made was a huge Muffaletta sandwich. No body was expecting it and the guys just devoured it. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  182. Melanie Not Specified Not Specified

    Jalapeno poppers!

  183. shery Not Specified Not Specified

    Good morning.. could you please tell me approximately how many servings or how many rice balls this recipe makes? Thanks…… looks delicious !!

  184. Melissa G Not Specified Not Specified

    Previous super bowls potato skins, Super Bowl ’13 will be Kimchi Fried Rice Balls.

  185. shery Not Specified Not Specified

    ::)) Never mind, I found it.. thanks anyway.

  186. Nancy Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to make chili for the Super Bowl!

  187. sheryl Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite is a salmon and english cucumber deviled egg.. they are all gone generally before kick off… YUM ~~

  188. Alexandria Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite superbowl dish is, hands down, boneless buffalo wings. Years and years ago my mother got the original hot wing sauce recipe from the Ancor Bar in Buffalo and it’s become a guarded family ‘heirloom’ ever since!

  189. Lis Not Specified Not Specified

    We definitely can’t live without hot wings or guacamole on game day. Let’s go Niners!

  190. Wren Not Specified Not Specified

    We always seem to have someone ask for us to bring our jalapeno artichoke dip! It’s so rich and a nice pairing with ice cold beer!

  191. stephanie Not Specified Not Specified

    definitely chili. and nachos…usually a combination of both!

  192. Melanie Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite football snack is homemade guacamole with mango and homemade tomatillo salsa!

  193. susan Not Specified Not Specified

    My kids would love these in their lunch box! Our favorite Super Bowl Food is my Chili (sans beans)!

  194. Lisa Not Specified Not Specified

    Layered Mexican dip!! MMMMMMMM. Super Bowl is the best excuse to have “bar” food at home.

  195. Toni Not Specified Not Specified

    I love to make 7 layer nacho dip. It’s always a hit.

  196. Cindy Not Specified Not Specified

    I have to prepare super meaty honey bar b Que chicken wings with just a little bit of hot sauce, fresh crunchy vegetables and both ranch dressing and blue cheese dressing for dipping.

  197. Josephine Not Specified Not Specified

    Black bean brownies! They are delicious, easy to make, easy clean up, and a nice balance to all the salty fattening food we devour on superbowl Sunday.

  198. Zan Not Specified Not Specified

    Hot wings!

  199. Regina Not Specified Not Specified

    Mozarella sticks and avocado fries :)

  200. Shelly Not Specified Not Specified

    Wings!

  201. Gina Not Specified Not Specified

    7 layer dip with extra guacamole.

  202. Michelle Not Specified Not Specified

    Spinach and Artichoke dip, I even like it better made with kale.

  203. Libby Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow, I don’t think I have 1 favorite recipe…I am a huge appetizer person for the super bowl and I love dips…for example I’m doing a taco bar for dinner so our them is Mexican…I’m servine homemade guacamole, spicy black bean and cheese dip and salsa for the chips and then also serving homemade garlic and chive bread with hummus.

    Libby

  204. Karly K Not Specified Not Specified

    Pairing different wing sauces with Belgian beers is always a crowd favorite!

  205. Cori Not Specified Not Specified

    onion dip!

  206. Abbey Not Specified Not Specified

    Anything with Buffalo Sauce. Hands down.

    My favorite being Buffalo Tots:

    -make your tots.

    -toss will sauce

    -put into oven safe.

    -sprinkle blue cheese and bacon crumbles.

    -Broil till gooey.

    – sprinkle with green onions.

    its a hit. every time.

  207. Sarah Not Specified Not Specified

    Slow cooker pulled pork! This year, I am going to caramelized onion dip because caramelized onions are straight out of heaven.

  208. Monica Not Specified Not Specified

    French dip sandwiches! Hearty & delicious.

  209. Sydney Not Specified Not Specified

    Assorted pizzas on the grill

  210. Carolyn Not Specified Not Specified

    Guacamole dip is one of the standards at our house! We can’t have enough on game day!

  211. Elizabeth Not Specified Not Specified

    Queso and chips!

  212. Heidi Not Specified Not Specified

    Tacos with all the fixings!

  213. Mary H. Not Specified Not Specified

    5 layer Mexican dip…yum!

  214. Sarah Not Specified Not Specified

    Our fav Super Bowl recipe is Doritos-crusted buffalo wings. Yes, I mean buffalo chicken wings covered in crushed spicy hot Doritos chips. om nom nom

  215. Mimi Not Specified Not Specified

    Homemade Crunchwrap Supremes

  216. margie s Not Specified Not Specified

    Buffalo chicken dip!!!!!

  217. Trina Not Specified Not Specified

    My answer is more what dish I want to learn to make for the super bowl. I love wings and have made them at home before, but I’ve fallen madly in love with Korean wings – aka Bonchon – and want to learn how to make it at home!

  218. Lacey Not Specified Not Specified

    Frito pie!

  219. christina Not Specified Not Specified

    ribs!

  220. Rachel Not Specified Not Specified

    I have to say the traditional buffalo wings are my favorite Super Bowl dish :)

  221. Katie Not Specified Not Specified

    I like doing kicked up versions of party food, like pizza, but with white sauce, caramelized onions and butternut squash!

  222. Rachel Kile Not Specified Not Specified

    I love buffalo wings, but this year I plan to make Buffalo Cauliflower Bites instead. Weight Watcher friendly! =)

  223. Courtney Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite is definitely the cheese dip (rotel!) – such a classic!

  224. Sara Not Specified Not Specified

    Chili. Definitely chili. And really good guacamole. But these kimchi fried rice balls might become the new fav.

  225. Sanookcook Not Specified Not Specified

    Thai sweet and spicy chicken wings!

  226. Megan F. Not Specified Not Specified

    Black bean chili with chorizo.

  227. Corisa Not Specified Not Specified

    jalapeno popper dip!

  228. Verelle Not Specified Not Specified

    Everything Nachos!

  229. Lynna Not Specified Not Specified

    I don`t really make anything, but I do love eating anything crispy!

  230. Kaelen Knutson-Lombardo Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite dish to make for the super bowl is vegetarian chili with homemade tortilla chips! But this year I am making homemade suppli, Italian risotto balls, with fresh mozzarella in the middle, breaded and fried.

  231. JoJo54 Not Specified Not Specified

    southern fried chicken wings… yum yum

  232. Julia Not Specified Not Specified

    By Superbowl I am, most years of late, baking Valentines cookies already so I can get boxes sent in time to grown children far away. Guess I could/should make sure a couple are football-shaped some year.
    I often cook with my laptop in the kithen; how cool to have spillproof device.

  233. Roger Not Specified Not Specified

    Chips + Salsa + Guacamole. Easy, quick, and delicious!

  234. corrin Not Specified Not Specified

    Sadly, I’ve never thrown or attended a Super Bowl party (and to be honest, I’ve never watched the Super Bowl besides to check in on the half time show), but my mom always made chili on Super Bowl Sunday!

  235. lee l Not Specified Not Specified

    love to make chipolte hummus!

  236. jenny in AL Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite snack as a child was kimchee sandwiches. 2 pieces of white bread and kimchee. Still LOVE kimchee! Can’t wait to try this recipe since I can’t make it to LA to eat at Seoul Sausage.

    My favorite super bowl food is baked cheese dip with bacon and tortilla chips!

  237. Kate T. Not Specified Not Specified

    It’s hard to beat a good spinach and artichoke dip for the superbowl!

  238. Kira Not Specified Not Specified

    For a random reason I always make Baked Ziti around Superbowl time…and of course I put together sandwiches. :)

  239. Heather Not Specified Not Specified

    I love to make a fiery chicken chili with lots of tomatoes and beans. It sticks to your ribs and is easy to customize for different tastes.

  240. PolaM Not Specified Not Specified

    These must be wild!

  241. Mikey Vader Not Specified Not Specified

    I love making fried jalapeno bottle-caps with a smoky chili and cheddar cheese dip.

  242. Megan | Eats Daily Not Specified Not Specified

    These rice balls look awesome!

    I love dips – Especially the classic Buffalo Chicken Dip.

  243. Katherine Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow that tablet looks awesome, I usually use my ipad and fear splattering various bits on it. My favorite thing to make for the Superbowl is pizza.

  244. Ashlee Not Specified Not Specified

    Chili Nachos! Yum!!

  245. Becca Bakes Not Specified Not Specified

    I love spinach artichoke dip!

  246. Katie Not Specified Not Specified

    What an awesome tablet!! I have perfected my clams casino dip…and make that every year!!

  247. Jessica Not Specified Not Specified

    Buffalo Chicken Dip is always my go-to dish for Super Bowl time!!

  248. NiCole W Not Specified Not Specified

    Chili

  249. Sondra Not Specified Not Specified

    I can never say no to chips and dip but my favorite Super Bowl snack is little smoked sausages in BBQ sauce. Nothing fancy, just good old-fashioned Mid-Western party fare.

  250. Cavale Not Specified Not Specified

    Being a chef, superbowl is huge in my circle. I tend to keep things classic but with a twist. Ill do a variety of wings ( bourbon plum, chipotle lime, 6- spice) Ill set up a grilled cheese station: have a bunch of different breads toasted up and various cheeses/fixins, tatchos ( tater tot nachos); and juicy lucy sliders. I cant wait to see my home town SF Niners win this year. its gonna be great.

  251. Haleigh Not Specified Not Specified

    White chili with canellini beans, shredded chicken, jalapenos and LOTS of cilantro!

  252. Kristina Not Specified Not Specified

    This year I am going to make a caramel chex mix featuring lots of butter and brown sugar!

  253. Amanda W. Not Specified Not Specified

    Favorite superbowl snack is HANDS DOWN- WINGS!!! Boneless, bone-in doesn’t matter- just some good ole’ wings!

  254. jeri Not Specified Not Specified

    I am that weirdo that doesn’t like wings (too much skin per meat ratio), but I do love tenders with an assortment of dipping sauces. And pigs in the blanket.

  255. Melissa Not Specified Not Specified

    Grilled jalapeño poppers (stuffed with cream cheese, pepperjack/cheddar cheese & chives) wrapped in bacon.

  256. Amanda C Not Specified Not Specified

    I think it is a tie Btwn my homemade sliders and buffalo blue cheese dip

  257. Julie Ryan Not Specified Not Specified

    Pulled pork cooked in beer. Always a favorite!

  258. Caity Not Specified Not Specified

    I think my favorite thing to make for Super Bowl is any and every kind of dip imaginable! I’m especially addicted to making [and eating] buffalo chicken dip as of late. Mmmm!

  259. Kevin (Closet Cooking) Not Specified Not Specified

    Nice way to enjoy some kimchi!

  260. Kammie Not Specified Not Specified

    This tablet looks awesome! I always hate how dirty my iPad gets when I cook with it. My fave dish to make for Super Bowl is Buffalo Chicken Dip. Its like buffalo wings and blue cheese dip rolled into one AND you dip Fritos in it. Seriously sinful.

  261. Karla G Not Specified Not Specified

    Love making guacamole!

  262. Marissa Not Specified Not Specified

    I like to up the ante with something a little bit unexpectedly fancy, like ahi tuna poke or butternut squash arancini with sage and honey

  263. Lizzy Not Specified Not Specified

    Tex-Mex is great for the Superbowl, but this year I crave a Puerto Rican twist. That’s why I’m making Mofongo Relleno de Churrasco: Mashed plantains, savory steak, lots of flavor!

  264. Susan Christy Not Specified Not Specified

    Grilled Jalapeno Poppers and Buffalo Chicken Dip – Love the Spice!!!

  265. M. Not Specified Not Specified

    I. This sounds awesome!
    II. I love to make mixed seafood (oysters, shrimp and fish) Po’ Boys with a homemade remoulade and a spicy sauce for those who prefer it.
    III. Also I make homemade sea salt and vinegar potato chips (grilled when the weather permits otherwise I bake them) with a garlic dip.

    This year I’m making some homemade Kimchi stuffed cucumbers for my wife. (I mean i’m making my own kimchi). It’s going to be served with spicy beef sliders.

  266. Jen Not Specified Not Specified

    We either have nachos or cheese steaks.

  267. Hannah Not Specified Not Specified

    Yummy, these fried kimchi balls are going to be awesome for game day! Thanks for all the awesome recipes and foodie pics – I’m obsessed!

    **For Superbowl every year, my mom used to make a “Cheeseburger cake” (since people always said to bring something sweet since they always had plenty of chipsm burgers, etc but guys don’t want to eat a girly cake) – so I started the tradition two years ago and keep up with it every year! It’s a three layer cake with coconut dyed green for lettuce, red and yellow and white icing for mayo, ketchup and mustard – a layer of yellow fondant in the middle to look like cheese, and obviously two vanilla cakes on top and bottom and then a yummy chocolate cake in the middle! It’s always a big hit with the guys and it looks so darn real!!

  268. jon brierton Not Specified Not Specified

    … fer me … a dip, ANY dip … jus’ keep it comin’…

  269. Lauren Farrell Not Specified Not Specified

    I have too many dishes to even choose one! I am definitely a chip and dip person! Any “dips” – cheese, salsa and guac, onion, veggie, etc. BUT I really love Buffalo Chicken Dip. Who doesn’t love buffalo wings?! And this way you can get the taste of wings without all the mess. Plus you can make it with or without chicken and make as spicy as you want! Total hit at all the parties!

  270. Karina Not Specified Not Specified

    I have two awesome dishes that I make for the Super Bowl. The first– homemade beer! Who doesn’t love a frothy cup while watching football? The second– deep fried pizza bites filled with homemade sausage and jalapeños.

  271. Allie Not Specified Not Specified

    I am definitely a homemade pizza kind of gal. But then again, I want something sweet after eating all that salty chips, dip, wings, pizza, etc. So sometimes good ol chocolate chip cookies hit the spot.

  272. Lynn Not Specified Not Specified

    Super spicy Indian-style chicken wings!

  273. Glen Altman Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m making meatballs. Love to eat ’em during the game.

  274. Lindsey Spero Not Specified Not Specified

    It’s our family tradition to melt cheese over fritos and eat them like that! They aren’t super gourmet, but their taste always brings me back to when i used to sit on my dad’s lap and eat them during the superbowl. Also, something like cookies or mini cream puffs would be fun to make this year.

  275. Katie Not Specified Not Specified

    My favorite food to make for the Superbowl is fondue with fruit and pretzels to dip! Soo delicious!!

  276. Raelena P. Not Specified Not Specified

    homemade pizza!

  277. patricia Not Specified Not Specified

    For Superbowl (or any other excuse for cooking and eating) it is always the best plan making Canadian Poutine. You have the fries, the gravy, the melted cheese and you can always do an upgrade with truffle mayo and crispy pork belly. Add a cold beer and you are all set.

  278. Annmarie Not Specified Not Specified

    OOo can i add buffalo cauliflower? I havent made it for the super bowl yet so this year will be the first time for the special occasion but I’ve made it in the past for dinner and it’s super yummy! And the tablet would come in handy since my iphone is always covered in my ingredients. Took me a week to get crusty pancake batter out of the cracks.

  279. PINGBACK: Fabulous Appetizers and Snacks - MotivaNova - MotivaNova

  280. Christina Not Specified Not Specified

    do you have a recipe for the fried rice?

  281. PINGBACK: Best Party Appetizer Recipes | Favorite Food RecipesFavorite Food Recipes

  282. Ellyn Not Specified Not Specified

    Little smokies and bbq sauce. Yum

  283. Patricia Not Specified Not Specified

    I cook each year for the Super Bowl and try to come up with something unique and different. It really is a “holiday” our family looks forward to. The one dish that gets requested for an encore each year is my Beer-Battered Fish and Chips with Meyer Lemon-Dill Dipping Sauce. It’s always a winner and a perfect finger food that goes nicely with a nice pint (or two) of beer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *