by Lisa Lozano
Our new season is launching TOMORROW and we’re throwing a virtual party to celebrate! Read on for 10 dishes that you can make to celebrate Season 10 with us!
First up, we’re sharing three delish appetizers:
Toasted Baguette with Prosciutto Di Parma, Homemade Sundried Tomato, Basil and Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
The title may be long, but this elegant appetizer is extraordinarily simple, and packed with flavor. Just toast some sliced baguette with olive oil, then layer prosciutto and sun-dried tomatoes above.
Tip: Slow-roast your own tomatoes instead of buying sun-dried tomatoes. Click to the recipe for details.
This isn’t your typical guac! Rach grills all the ingredients to add a smoky flavor.
Chipotle Chicken Nacho Casserole
Who doesn’t love nachos? Rachael “tiles” her chips, smoky chipotle chicken, and cheese so that the ingredients are well distributed, heats, and then tops with salsa, jalapenos and sour cream. Nothing wrong with any of that!
Tip: Make your life easier and give yourself more time to watch the games by using a pre-cooked supermarket rotisserie chicken!
Clinton Kelly’s Spicy Turkey Meatballs with Sweet Mango Glaze
These sweet and spicy little nuggets are the perfect party food! Set them out in a casserole dish, or put them on a platter with party toothpicks, they’ll be gone before you know it!
Next, we’ve got three delish desserts:
The Cake Boss Buddy Valastro’s Brownies
The Cake Boss’ brownie recipe is full of ooey-gooey, chocolate-y, fudgey, sticky-fingered amazingness.
Yigit Pura’s Berries and Cream Parfait
This luscious berry and cream dessert makes for a dramatic and beautiful presentation, and feeds a crowd!
Curtis Stone’s Wedding Carrot Cupcakes with Brown Sugar Cream Cheese Frosting
This is actually the carrot cake recipe that Curtis Stone used to make his wedding cake! It's his wife Lindsay's favorite dessert and couldn't be simpler to make.
And what would a party be without drinks? We have two alcoholic drinks as well as one family-friendly beverage:
Curtis Stone’s Spicy and Smoky Bloody Marys
Curtis Stone takes this Bloody Mary to the next level but using chipotle chili to spice it up. Your guests will love this!
Sunny Anderson’s Fresh Watermelon Kicker
For this delish cocktail, Sunny makes her own watermelon juice, then adds vodka and Ouzo and serves either over ice or straight. Yum!
Andrew Zimmern’s Cucumber-Mint Lemonade
This delicious lemonade combines the tartness of lemon, the brightness of mint and the mellow taste of cucumber for a virgin beverage the whole family can enjoy.
What’s your go-to party food? Share below!