Best Snacks for Watching Sports

These days, with web-based TV services, your hubby and his friends can watch all the sporting action from the comfort of your living room. No need to phone frantically around to see who has a subscription to the sports channels or whether the local bar or pub is showing the game; they can relax, have fun, and even gamble, all over the internet.

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But let’s face facts: most of the time watching the big game is just an excuse for them to socialise, have a few drinks and some good food. It’s the last item on the list we’re concerned with. Whether you’re a hopeless cook or a budding gourmet chef, here’s what we think are the best snacks to help the group through the highs of lows:

Chili: Most of the time you need a familiar, easy-to-prepare dish that will give maximum pleasure with minimum effort. There aren’t many who would turn their nose up at a good chili. Ground beef, onion, your chosen blend of spices (make sure it’s heavy on cumin), tinned beans and tomatoes, and you’ve got a great foundation. There are so many recipes out there: add beer, bourbon, chocolate, and exotic chillies for more flavour.

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Sliders: If you’ve got some minced beef in the fridge but chili is a little complicated, make some burgers instead. Shape the patties with your hands (no need to add flour or breadcrumbs), cook them over a high heat flipping regularly, add your choice of sauces, toasted buns, cheese, bacon, and so on. Guaranteed to satisfy.

Chicken Wings: There are plenty of variations when it comes to making chicken wings. Go Chinese-style with salt, pepper, chillies, and garlic. Or try Buffalo wings with a blue cheese sauce. You might want to just coat them in seasoned flour and deep fry them KFC-style.

Potato Skins: These require a bit of time, but most of it involves cooking the potatoes. Take baking potatoes and cook until done, scoop out the flesh and mix with cheese and fried bacon pieces. Then place in the oven again to melt the cheese and crisp up the skins.

Nachos: If you’re going to do this properly, make your own salsa, guacamole and cheese sauce using the many recipes online. Garnish with sour cream and jalapenos. You can even crisp everything up under the grill. Buy plenty of tortilla chips as these will go fast.


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