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Credit to: Sweeney Vesty

Super Bowl 50 is coming up in only 10 short days, and many of us NYC’ers are looking to chow down on some delicious snacks, appetizers and anything else where the calorie count will have us on high regret level the next day.  But who cares!  It is the biggest sports day in the world and we should celebrate with some tasty treats.  Luckily, here at Manhattan Digest we have some great recipes for you to create, try out and enjoy with your friends and loved ones.  Made by Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner, who resides at two of the best restaurants in NYC- Wallsé and The Upholstery Storesnacks are sure to impress your guests. Outside of Kurt, there is a candy I am including at the end that is really fun for the party you are having.  Take a look.

Credit to: Sweeney Vesty
Credit to: Sweeney Vesty

Lobster & Avocado Deviled Eggs

Ingredients:

Eggs

Mayo

Mustard

Instructions:

Cook eggs for 10 minutes – shock in cold water

Cut in half- save the yolks

Mix egg yolks with mayo and mustard

Pipe egg yolk mixture into hard-boiled egg white

Avocado Mash

1 Avocado

2 Shallots minced

1 Jalapeno (seeded +minced)

1 lemon (juiced)

Pinch of salt

Instructions:

Mix all ingredients together

Lobster Salad:

Ingredients:

Lobster Claws +Tail

Mayo

Chiffonade Parsley

Chervil

Chives

Pinch of salt

Lemon Juice

Instructions:

Cook Lobster claw and tail for about minutes in boiling water. Mix 1/8 cup of Mayo. Add a pinch of Chiffonade parsley, chervil and chives.  Add pinch of salt  and lemon juice.

Fried Chicken w/Potato Arugula Salad

Fried Chicken

Ingredients:

Chicken tights

Buttermilk

3 Jalapenos

Panko

Oil

Salt

Instructions:

Smother chicken tights in buttermilk and chopped Jalapenos. Roll in Panko and fry until golden brown at 350 degrees oil. Look in the oven until inner temperature is 160 degrees. Add salt.

Potato Arugula Salad

Ingredients:

6 Fingerling Potatoes

Pink Champagne vinegar

Tsp.  Mayo

1 Tsp. Mayo

Lemon Juice

1 Tsp. Olive Oil

Salt + Pepper

Instructions:

Cook potatoes slice thinly. Add pink Champagne vinegar reduced by half. Add remaining ingredients. Mix 1 part Potato salad and 1 part Arugula. Add olive oil.

Credit to: 5WPR
Credit to: 5WPR

Who doesn’t freaking love Sour Jacks?  Available in original flavor, Watermelon, Lemonade, Wild Berry and Green Apple, these are a great addition to your Super Bowl lineup if you are having a party where children are present.  Fun, whimsical and tart as can be, Sour Jacks are a fun way to liven up your Super Bowl party! Official site here.