FIFA 2022: Host House Parties Like A Pro With These 6 Snacks
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With FIFA World Cup 2022 going on, it is time to bond with your soccer fan buddies. No stress if you couldn't make it to Qatar to watch the game live. There is always a solution, and nothing is a better excuse to host some house parties than watching sports on the big screen and relishing finger foods. If you are puzzled about what to cook, there is an endless football special snacks menu. You needn't go exotic or toil too hard to put together a tasty spread of soccer party starters and grubs. 

Veggie Trays

Your soccer party must have veggie trays. They are often readily available in the market. However, you can cook them with fresh vegetables. Broccoli, celery, carrots, green bell peppers, red bell peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, mushrooms, edamame, and other vegetables are good options to include in the tray. You can even customise them to your guests' preferences.

Chicken Wings

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Every year, millions of football fans worldwide devour chicken wings, which are a typical football meal. What would a football party be without finger snacks, after all? Baking wings and then broiling them to create a lovely crispy outside is one of the simplest ways to cook them. It's healthy and tastes just as nice.


Sliders are a staple snack and one of the simplest to prepare. Sliders can be made with any type of meat. Pulled pork is a popular pick. Clean out your slow cooker and simmer the pork for several hours. To add flavour, mix up some celery, carrots, and onions. Salt, pepper, and garlic powder all enhance the taste.

Cheese Sticks

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Make some mozzarella sticks for snacking. The recipe calls for dipping the cheese in an egg, milk, and breadcrumbs mixture. It's best to use two eggs and one tablespoon of milk, then roll the cheese in breadcrumbs and repeat once or twice more. Place it in the freezer for an hour after this step before frying. Depending on the number of sticks, heat 2 cups of vegetable oil in a frypan. Cook until the sticks turn golden brown. Flip it with a spatula to ensure that the mozzarella cooks evenly. Using paper towels, drain the oil.

Potato Skins

One of the best game-day party dishes is potato skins. Bake the potatoes for 1 hour at 400o in the oven. Once it's done, cut the potatoes in half, scoop out the insides, and bake the skins for 10 minutes on each side. After that, add the cheese and meat of your choice and broil for 2-3 minutes. Vegetarians can replace meat with cottage cheese, chickpeas, or mushrooms.  Potato skins taste great with sour cream and chives. However, you can go creative with it.


Crispy fried meatballs, Image Source: Unsplash

Indulging in a football party and nibbling meatballs with toothpicks go hand in hand. You may make these at home by rolling ground meat (of your choice) into a ball. Other ingredients for binding include breadcrumbs and eggs, minced onion, coriander leaves, and green chillies for flavour. They can be fried, baked, steamed, or braised in sauce.