How to Cook Scrapple Veggie TossA Great Super Bowl Party Menu

This takes more than tossing some pretzels and chips in a bowl with some jarred onion dip.

Great Super Bowl party foods require some planning but with a little bit of help with your menu ideas, you can wow your guests with snacks and appetizers combining the zest of Philadelphia Scrapple with the punch of fresh Wasabi, also known as Japanese Horseradish.

If you haven’t mastered the art of perfectly crisping Scrapple, read our article How to Cook Scrapple for some of the basics.

How are you going to jazz up your Super Bowl Party?

Find all these recipes and more here How to Cook Scrapple and Twenty Ways to Enjoy It.

Scrapple Stuffed Mushrooms – Easy to mix up, these toasty treats, topped with shredded cheese will be a big hit!How to Cook Scrapple Stuffed Mushrooms

Scrapple Pizza Topping – Turn an ordinary pizza into a zesty, meat lovers delight!

Scrapple Bacon Wraps – You’ll have a hard time keeping the serving tray filled after your guests try these tasty morsels, dipped in fresh Wasabi sauce.

Scrapple Sushi – Your Super Bowl guests will become instant Sushi fans with the first bite!  Make plenty!

If half time means meal time, why not try some of these menus ideas:

Scrapple With Sauteed Spinach and Cheese – Add a little veggie to your meal!

How to Cook Scrapple Stuffed CabbageScrapple Stuffed Cabbage – Make ahead of time for a warm and welcoming dinner that’s easy to make and easy to serve!

Scrapple With Biscuits and Gravy – Pull up the chairs, bring the napkins and enjoy this down-home recipe for Scrapple and Biscuits!



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