Supersnacks: Game Day Munchies Made Healthier
Cook crowd-pleasing favourites (but lose the grease) with a new airfryer.
Superbowl Sunday is a day to enjoy comfort food with family and friends. Here’s how to prepare all the time-honoured classic snacks in a way that makes indulging easy and leaves your guests feeling great.
Your Kitchen’s New MVP
From chicken wings (see recipe below) and meatballs to French fries and kale chips, this multi-tasking machine can fry, bake, grill and roast, all with no or very little oil and no pre-heating.
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Family-friendly stoneware in cheerful colours is the perfect backdrop to a fun snack assortment.
German-made glasses make the victory toast that much sweeter.
Recipe: Roasted Chicken Wings
Servings: 4 persons
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
2 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon ground cumin
500 g chicken wings at room temperature
2 teaspoons ginger powder
Freshly ground black pepper
100 ml sweet chili sauce
Preheat the Airfryer to 180°C.
Mix the garlic with the ginger powder, cumin, plenty of freshly ground black pepper and some salt. Rub the chicken wings with the herbs.
Put the chicken wings in the basket and slide it into the Airfryer. Set the timer to 10 minutes and roast the chicken wings until they are crispy brown.
Serve the chicken wings with the chili sauce as a main course or a snack.
Photography by David Pike. Recipe courtesy of Philips.