(WBRE/WYOU-TV) September is in full swing.. and that means football season is, too.
If you’re looking to “switch up” your game-time snacks this year. Eyewitness News reporter Kristina Shalhoup has some ideas for you.
From the flag on the play, to fork on the plate when it comes to game time snacking, there’s nothing wrong with ordinary.
But, if you’re looking for extraordinary, Chef Hiram Quintana’s got just the dish for you.
“It’s a refreshing change from your potato skins with the cheddar and all that other stuff like that.” Said Hiram Quintana, award-winning chef,
It’s a twist on a classic bruschetta with Italian bread, steak, black garlic, kale, zucchini, and bell peppers, it’s a touchdown for your taste buds.
And when it comes to nutritional value, it won’t have you in the red zone.
“So they’ll eat it, and eat healthy, and not even know. So, we can sneak it in under there!”
Simple, healthy, and convenient if you’re not trying to run out the clock!
“It’s basically just a flash in the pan. It’s a matter of getting the steak cooked, and rested, and putting all the ingredients together. So I’m going to say about 15-20 minutes from beginning to end.”
Best of all, while it might seem like a Hail Mary to cook like a gourmet chef.
“It’s my form of artistic expression. It’s basically how I express myself.”
Hiram says that it’s anyone’s game.
“Anybody can just go in your refrigerator and grab anything and just make something out of it.”