The Ultimate Superbowl Menu

We at KosherMoms are so excited to be gearing up for our first ever KosherMoms Super Bowl Party! We have been busy creating new recipes for our site and decided to do a roundup of all the perfect Super Bowl specialties in one spot to make your party prep that much easier! These easy Sausage in Blanks  have a really cute football detail and are a perfect finger-food. Sweet and spicy salami will satisfy everyone

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Facon Wrapped Avocados

Jack’s Gourmet makes a fabulous kosher option for bacon (adorably referred to as “Facon”)that, while its robust, smoky, taste is delicious on its own, is even better when deep fried around a cube of creamy avocado. This makes an excellent hor d’oeuvres for any party, but with Superbowl Sunday coming up, this should definitely be on your menu! Facon Wrapped Avocados Print Recipe Servings Prep Time 8 People 5 minutes Cook Time 10 minutes Servings

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Sweet & Spicy Salami

Using Jack’s Spicy Italian Style Salami, is change from the classic salami. This is a great side dish for those who enjoy a good salami with a little extra kick. It is spicy with a sweet undertone that makes you want more. I personally enjoy this well done, as the duck sauce on top caramelizes and creates crunchy texture. Feel free to update and modify this recipe to suit your own palate. Let us know

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Facon Wrapped Kielbasa with Brown Sugar Glaze

This appetizer is juicy, savory and sweet! The glaze made with mustard and brown sugar gives it a delicious twist that complements the taste of the Facon and brings out the spice of the kielbasa. Facon Wrapped Kielbasa with Brown Sugar Glaze Print Recipe Servings Prep Time 4 people 30 minutes Cook Time 40 minutes Servings Prep Time 4 people 30 minutes Cook Time 40 minutes Facon Wrapped Kielbasa with Brown Sugar Glaze Print Recipe

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Dorm Room Meat Sauce

The history of my cooking skills are a bit shady. Smoke filled back room yeshiva kitchens and mystery meat, etc. But some of what I was able to create was by far decent. One such recipe was my Dorm Room Meat Sauce. Like many yeshiva students, there was a necessity for me to get creative with the limited resources available. The hot dogs the yeshiva served at least twice a month were at best 20%

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