The Super Bowl phenomenon has become so huge in the last few decades that we wanted to talk about it as well.
Many of us wait for those first days of February yearly to enjoy the Big Game and some tasty snacks. It is always a pleasure to share the fun with your close ones — your family, your friends or loved ones. That’s why we’ve decided to suggest throwing a real party for the Super Bowl day.
Sounds great, now you only need to do some preparations: find the chairs for everyone in front of the TV, get your team’s jerseys, buy the drinks and, definitely, the food. How to make your dinner party a bit less traditional? Here we have some cool recipes with truffle taste from our favorite Chefs for you to try out.
Truffle Sliders by Chef Michael King
1 jar Urbani Truffle Sauce
2 slider buns
¼ cup mayonnaise
1 mozzarella ball
1 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
Season and cook the burger until very well seared on one side. Flip and sear for one minute. Toast the buns. Combine Urbani Truffle Sauce with the mayonnaise and add lemon juice. Add cheese to the burger and continue cooking until desired internal temperature and cheese is melted. Put the truffle & mayonnaise sauce on the buns and put the sliders together.
Truffle, Artichoke and Spinach Dip by Chef Sean Quinn
2 oz mayonnaise
2 oz Pecorino Romano cheese (grated)
1 lb frozen spinach (squeezed)
Salt & pepper to taste
This Spinach Dip Recipe is an easy appetizer or party dip that absolutely everyone loves! A rich and creamy Truffle Cream Cheese base is mixed with tender spinach leaves, mayonnaise and Urbani Truffle & Artichoke sauce. Top with 2-3 tablespoons of grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and bake at 400 degrees for approximately 15-20 minutes till golden and bubbly. Serve with chips.
P.S. If you have no time or desire to cook on Sunday, the truffle sauces will also be perfect with chips or anything you like while watching the Game.