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Posted by on Feb 4, 2011 in Korean Food | 2 comments

Last-minute Super Bowl party ideas

Last-minute Super Bowl party ideas

Super Bowl XLV is coming this Sunday, Feb. 6. You may still have no clue what to serve to the guests who are coming to watch the big game on your big screen TV.

No need for panic. I have some ideas that will heat up your taste buds and warm you stomachs.

Curry Deviled Eggs are a Korean-American version of deviled eggs, featuring Korean curry as the primary flavor.

Chuncheon wings. I originally posted my Chuncheon chicken wings recipe on YouTube in January 2008. With more than 57,000 views, it is my most popular video recipe so far.

Chuncheon is the provincial capital of Korea’s Gangwon province, and it’s known for their spicy chicken dish called dakkalbi. I used the dakkalbi marinade to give these chicken wings a Korean flair. Serve them with a side of celery and blue cheese or ranch dipping sauce for a comforting homage to the Buffalo wing.

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Bae Yong Joon may have intended for this dish to be eaten with a knife and a fork but it can easily get to one’s mouth with fingers, too. (Jeff Quackenbush photo)

BYJ kalbi steak. I don’t think Korean actor Bae Yong Joon had the Super Bowl in mind when he decided to include this recipe in his best-selling book The Search to Discover Korea’s Beauty. But if beef is your thing, this recipe is a great option to rev up your Super Bowl party.

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Lemon soju in a martini glass. Frilly Szechuan Button garnish is optional. (Tammy Quackenbush photo)
Lemon soju. No Super Bowl celebration is worth its salt without some libation to sing to victory or drown the sorrow of defeat. If homemade lemonade is too fancy for you, replace it with lemon-lime soft drinks for carbonated buzz.

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Pulbbang are so cute, you can’t resist taking a bite out of them. (Jeff Quakcenbush photo)

Pulbbang. These Korean “doughnut holes” are easy — too easy — to pop in your mouth while watching the half time show.

2 Comments

  1. love the ziplock pastry bag idea. genius!

  2. I think I learned that from Alton Brown.

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