Seven recipes which are a must-try for your game day party. These dishes are sure to make you a star host among your guests.
We saw a smashing IPL Cricket Match yesterday. Jostled through sweaty crowds, got drenched in the rain, ate shitty food and drank flat soda. All in all, we had a great time. We Indians love our cricket and it's cricket season all year around. First it was the World Cup series and now there's the Indian Premier League and next I'm sure, there'll be something else. And where there's cricket, there's food (read:chips). I'm here to tell you chips - MOVE ON. Make way for these 7 must-try game day party recipes. That also involve chips. Sorta. Err.
1. Chili Chocolate Covered Chips
Who needs chips when you have chocolate covered ones? It's true what they say about these - You just can't stop at one.
This is the king of all dips - healthy, tart, garlicky and can be served with your choice of veggies or fried stuff. So choose what get's your mojo on and your hands dirty because you are gonna be lickin' that dip-goodness off your fingers.
This party food is healthy and quick so you don't have to toil away at the stove while your guests are having fun. Spicy, masala fish - just the way we like it!
4. Kolkata Street Style Chicken Roll from Not Out Of The Box
Learn how to make these street style chicken rolls which will remind you of Kolkata. Piping hot, juicy chicken curry wrapped in crisp roti are so easy to serve too - no plates to clean afterwards.
5. Cheese Samosas by Indu Gets Cooking
Stringy mozzarella cheese stuffed in these piping hot samosas will get any party going.Dig into these bite-sized samosas with some coriander chutney or your favorite marinara sauce.
No game day party can be complete without some baked chicken wings. These are a must-have party staple, made healthier with this recipe. So get some finger-lickin' goodness!
How can we end a party without dessert? This chocolatey-chocolate ice cream laced (heavily) with Baileys will get your guests grooving even after the party is over. Just 5 ingredients and a blender is all it takes.
I really like all your recipes they are great I tried ur home-made eggless chocolate brownie but
I saw two different video of eggless chocolate brownie of yours and now I am looking milk and brown sugar based recipe but I am not getting that recipe. Can you please help me with this? As I need proper proportions of ingredients.
Hey Eesha, sorry about that. I've been testing and retesting this recipe. Here's the one you can watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICkP1NKY4c8 and here's the recipe: https://myfoodstory.com/homemade-eggless-chocolate-brownies-recipe/
Richa Gupta says
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Lovely collection! Thanks for including the cheese samosas 🙂