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Super Bowl recipes: Snacks

Chickpea Hush Puppies will bring Indian flair to your Super Bowl snacks. (Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post)

Asiago and Pecorino Cheese Biscotti: Try a savory preparation of the typically sweet baked good.

Cheese Puffs (Gougeres): This fast recipe from chef Michel Richard makes enough to feed a crowd.

Chickpea Hush Puppies: Ginger, curry leaves and an array of spices go into these addictive Indian-inspired fried snacks.

Grits-Stuffed Collard Rolls: These green packages are an homage to the South.

Grown-Up Sausage Bites: You may never go back to hot dogs wrapped in crescent rolls again.

Maple-Bacon Spiced Nuts: Make a double or triple batch; they might not last until your guests arrive.

Obelisk Deviled Eggs: This recipe comes from the well-respected Italian restaurant in Washington.

Party Mix: Have some fun making this by tossing/coating the ingredients in a (clean) plastic trash bag.

Tostadas With Chorizo, Tangy Guacamole and Fresh Cheese: This dish from Rick Bayless looks a bit like Mexican pizza.

More Super Bowl recipes:

Super Bowl Recipe Smackdown: Salsa for a crowd

Recipes from Smackdowns past

Recipes: Dip into these party options

Becky Krystal covers food for the Going Out Guide and Weekend and Food sections. In her spare time she loves to, of course, eat and cook.

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