Even though the World Cup is now down to four teams, fans still plenty of munching ahead of them while watching games on their favorite viewing platform. In fact, the folks over at The Better Chip have even come up with a few new ways to enjoy their farm-fresh inspired product.
Their internationally inspired World Cup nachos recipes can even be used to entertain guests for future soccer events. The world’s best reconvene in Brazil for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
So, grab a few bags of your favorite chips at participating markets — current flavors include jalapeño, spinach and kale, corn, beet and chipotle — and have a go with the following tasty recipes:
Germany Kraut: top the beet-flavored chips with pickled sauerkraut, finely diced bratwurst, diced bacon and a drizzle of brown mustard.
Ghana Tatale: Top the chipotle-flavored chips with grilled marinated beef, fried sweet plantains and fresh baby spinach and sprinkle with unsweetened coconut shreds.
Greek Salad: Top the spinach and kale chips with hummus, chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, black olives and feta cheese. Add grilled lamb if you want to feel truly authentic.
Japanese Sushi: Begin with the jalapeño-flavored chips, then add chopped yellow tail sushi and diced avocado and drizzle with wasabi infused soy sauce.
Mexico Authentic: Pair the chipotle chips with marinated carne asada, pinto beans, crumbled queso fresco, cilantro and guacamole.
Brazilian Samba: Sprinkle traditional feijoada (black bean and meat stew), fresh made mango, onion, cilantro and tomato lime salsa on top of the corn-flavored chips.
American Hawaii-style: Top jalapeño-flavored chips with pulled pork, grilled pineapple and a drizzle of melted cheese.
The Better Chip product can be found in the deli section near the prepared dips and spreads of more than 10,000 grocery stores nationwide. The chips are gluten free, vegan and verified non-GMO. For more information, visit the website at www.thebetterchip.com.
As for the one remaining "ingredient"? You'll need a caxirola -- a Brazilian percussion instrument created as the official cheering intstrument for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.