For the Superbowl last weekend I made these pork dumplings. They are quite easy to put together and make a good party dish. I had to mess around with the dipping sauce a bit because the first attempt came out too vinegary. This is a good dish to make if you are having a few people over, it’s even better if they want to pitch in and help put the dumplings together! Enjoy!
I hope you guys are having a great Superbowl Sunday. For the game I made grilled shrimp po’boys with a blackened avocado relish. This sandwich brings a great Cajun flavor and is perfect for a Superbowl party. The game is starting so enjoy and have a good evening.
Hey guys, I just wanted to get a new post up before I left for NYC. Speaking of New York I was watching Anthony Bourdain’s show The Layover and saw this awesome hotdog from a place in Manhattan called Crif Dogs. It is a bacon wrapped hotdog, I like Nathan’s as my hotdog of choice, topped with fresh avocado and salsa. While this takes a bit longer than just throwing a hotdog in the microwave it is well worth it. The bacon, avocado, and salsa all compliment each other and really take this hotdog to the next level. This recipe isn’t on the Superbowl menu, however, if you are looking for something quick and easy to serve on Sunday this would be a great choice. Hope you enjoy!
This Sunday is Superbowl Sunday and I will be trying out a few new dishes. Because the game is taking place in New Orleans I will be making shrimp Po’ Boys with blackened avocado relish. This was one of the few Po’ Boy recipes i could find with grilled shrimp instead of fried. The avocado relish also looks and sounds incredible. I will also be making Parmesan truffle fries with a garlic aioli. I tried these at the Black Horse tavern in Newtown and they were some of the best fries I have ever had. Along with the Po’ Boys and the fries I will also be making fried chicken and fried pickles. I will post the recipes throughout the day Sunday and Monday. Have a good weekend and thanks for checking out the blog!