Today people can enjoy online gambling from the convenience of their own homes. They can play at any time using an app on a mobile phone. Food is a good energizer when playing online casino games. Playing is always more enjoyable when you have some appetizing snacks. Here are some delicious recipes that go well with online gambling.
Smoky bacon wraps
Smoky bacon wraps are snacks that offer both saltiness and sweetness. This makes them the perfect snack while playing at an online casino. All you need is some sliced bacon, a pack of mini smoked sausage links and a third of a cup of brown sugar. Wrap a piece of bacon around each sausage and place in a foil-lined baking pan. Sprinkle the brown sugar and bake for 30-40 minutes at 400 degrees.
Cheese balls can be a great snack when playing online games. They have a wonderful brown crust on the outside with melting, oozing cheese on the inside. This is pure comfort food at its best. You should make the mixture for the cheese balls ahead of time and keep it in the fridge for about an hour. You can mix together various kinds of cheese and add herbs like dill. When it comes to the coating, less is more, so you just dredge the balls in flour and shake off the excess. Use clean oil and medium-high heat for cooking the cheese balls.
Crostini are amazing appetizers. Top up those toasted bread rounds with various toppings, and you can beat the appetizers served at some of the best American restaurants. The crusty bread is drizzled with olive oil and roasted to perfection in the oven. For toppings, you can’t go wrong with creamy hummus, avocado pesto or spicy red pepper and feta dip. Try out an exotic roasted strawberry, basil and goat cheese crostini.
Spicy roasted chickpeas
Spicy roasted chickpeas are crunchy, tasty and healthy. What more could you want? Apart from committing some common gambling mistakes like chasing your losses or not managing your budget properly, it can also be a mistake to eat too many unhealthy snacks while gambling.
For your healthy roasted chickpeas, you will need olive oil, cumin, chili powder, cayenne pepper, and salt. Preheat the oven and carefully dry the chickpeas. The drier they are, the crunchier they will be. Add all the ingredients to a bowl and toss well, so the chickpeas are evenly coated. Spread them out on a baking sheet lined with baking parchment. Roast them for about 40 minutes and allow them to cool.
Chips and dip
Chips and dips are easy to prepare, and everyone loves this type of snack. Use a large platter and prepare four dips – salsa, guacamole, sour cream and chives, and a Mexican corn dip. Use a variety of chips such as corn chips, pita chips, kettle-fried chips, crinkle-cut chips, and vegetable chips. You can make all the dips in advance, keep them in the fridge and assemble the platter about 30 minutes ahead of time.