Super snacking Super bowl!


It’s that time of the year again… Game day mania coupled with uninhibited snacking… Let’s continue the tradition of snacking this Super Bowl with these easy and quick starters.

  1. Tortilla chips chaat


A favorite fusion snack liked by kids and adults. This recipe was posted earlier on the website and received a lot of positive feedback.

2.  Nepalese grilled chicken

grilled chicken

Nepalese Style Grilled Chicken


3.  Shrimp chaat



4. Fish pakoras

fish pakoras

Chickpea Batter Fried Fish (Fish Pakoras)

5. Sriracha chicken


Last but not the least, my personal easy peasy favorite. Who doesn’t like Sriracha sauce? This recipe is a spin on the popular chicken 65.

Boneless chicken(I prefer thigh)- 2lbs

Yoghurt- 1/2 cup

Sriracha sauce- 1.5 tbsp.

Salt to taste

Oil- 1 tbsp.

Cumin- 1 tsp

Curry leaves- 5-6

Ginger- I tbsp. finely chopped

Green chillies- 4-5 Slit vertically(Skip if you don’t want it very spicy)

Coriander leaves for garnish

Marinate chicken in the Sriracha sauce, salt and yoghurt mixture. You can add a tsp. of lime juice(optional). I left it overnight in the fridge. Before you are ready to cook, set the marinating chicken out for a little while. Heat oil in a pan, add the marinade. Cook for 5 mins on high flame. Reduce heat, cover with a lid and let it cook till the chicken is tender. Once the chicken is done, set it aside. In a separate pan, add cumin and when they start to splutter, add the curry leaves, chillies and ginger. Add the cooked chicken to it and let it cook for another 2 minutes. Garnish with coriander. Serve on toothpicks. The tartness of the yoghurt and sriracha marinade is balanced with ginger and curry leaves.

Have a great game day weekend.  GOOOO BRONCOS!!


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