As the Super Bowl nears, the party planners in all of us want to get our menus ready. Rhiannon met up with some pros to help
us prepare a must have dip for any party.
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Audra Lowe: As the Super Bowl nears, the party planners and all these really want to get the menus read, like now. Rhiannon met up some pros from the FU network to help us prepare a must have dip for any Super Bowl party and it's all in today’s better bites. Rhiannon Ally: That’s right Audra, I'm here with Angela Moore, the director of FoodNetwork.com and Sarah Copeland from Food Network Kitchens. And today we’re making a football party favorite Guacamole, maybe one of the best reasons to even have the Super Bowl, Guacamole. Angela Moore: Absolutely, well, the visitors to our site, certainly seemed to think. So we see that’s searches for guacamole spiked through the roof, right before the Super Bowl, so it's everyone’s favorite Super Bowl snack. Sarah Copeland: So, let's try this. We’re going to open that up. Angela Moore: Here is just the easy way to cut these open. I'm always trying to peel it, and it ends up horrible. Sarah Copeland: Now, this is favorite thing. You just twist like that, look how beautiful that one it's inside. So this is great. If you're made at anyone, take it out on your guacamole. Rhiannon Ally: There you go, maybe at your husband for watching all that football. Sarah Copeland: Oh, exactly. So once you have a cut-up and we have a beautiful one, if there's any brown spots, just cut around them. And this is a really simple trick to get the avocado out, very simply, just skew it like that and you have all the tools you need right here. Just the simple kitchen spoon. Rhiannon Ally: And it just comes right out. Sarah Copeland: Exactly. Rhiannon Ally: I have been doing it the impossible way. I can't believe that. Sarah Copeland: So we’re going to show you three different ways to make guacamole. This one is my personal favorite, really nice and simple, and very, very fast. So imagine we have a few more in there, we’re just going to add a little bit of garlic, already smashed up. Rhiannon Ally: Adds such a nice flavor. Sarah Copeland: Exactly, you can smell that already. A little bit of Kocher salt and pepper. Rhiannon Ally: And that’s it? Garlic, salt, and pepper Sarah Copeland: A little bit of lime juice, I've already squeezed a few here, you can do lemon or lime, whatever you prefer. Rhiannon Ally: And let us hope that they stay green and fresh. Sarah Copeland: Exactly. Rhiannon Ally: Okay, so that’s the really easy way. Now, this is the more of a traditional way that a lot of people, I think bake with the tomatoes and other ingredients. Sarah Copeland: This is the works, so we want something a little bit crunchy. We’ve got our red onion here, tomatoes, which gives a tons of color and flavor obviously. We have cilantro, you smell that, it's just absolutely wonderful and as much as little as you want. Some heat, which is really important, of course, that’s what makes it kind of authentic. There are millions of different styles, but this is sort of the works. And again, Kocher salt, pepper, look at all those colors, isn’t that so inviting? Rhiannon Ally: Your guest would be really impressed. Sarah Copeland: Exactly, and the smell of this just kind of brings people and of course, give you a excuse to eat all of those wonderful tortilla chips. So while I smash this up, we’re going to talk a little about this fan over here, an Asian one. Rhiannon Ally: An Asian one. This is scallion. Sarah Copeland: Right, so scallion, ginger, ginger is sort of acting like the garlic in this one. A little bit of that sesame oil. Rhiannon Ally: Not too much. Sarah Copeland: Not too much, a little soy for salt. I might even need salt a little more. Rhiannon Ally: Little more, okay. Sarah Copeland: Cucumber and just a touch of salt. Rhiannon Ally: Cucumber in a guacamole, isn’t that fun? Sarah Copeland: Makes it really a lot lighter too, little fresh. I'll bet all of the ladies will go for that, yeah. Angela Moore: Okay, and so all of these recipes are in the current issue of Food Network Magazine Cruise that’s what developed. Our test kitchen actually developed 15 different dip recipes for the Super Bowl, all of which can be found in the magazine or people can go to our website at foodnetwork.com/superbowl and fine all the recipes there online, as well. Rhiannon Ally: Alright, and we can see here. This is actually the final product over here. Sarah Copeland: That’s right. This is all smashed up. That’s our Asian, that’s our classic. Rhiannon Ally: I want to try the Asian, because I've never had that before. Sarah Copeland: And don’t be afraid to go to your Mexican Restaurant in town, as them for some of their fresh tortilla chips, where you can fry up your own. But that just kind of gives in a little extra flare, and for the Asian we have more cucumber to dip with yellow peppers, just something fresh. Rhiannon Ally: You don’t have to just use chips, alright. Thanks guys, these all look great. Let's begin. Audra Lowe: That all looks so good Rhiannon. If you missed any of those steps to those Super Bowl guacamole dips, you make sure to go to bettertv.com, just click on the recipe’s tab.