Korean Food for Super Bowl Sunday

superbowl dishes

For your game day! I put together ten of my favorite party/snack dishes here to help you try something different for game day this year. Whether you have a few friends over or a large group, any of these recipes will be a nice change and a great addition to your standard Super Bowl fare.

My favorite from the Super Bowl menu is always the chicken wings. Who doesn’t like Korean fried chicken? Go with Korean-flavored baked chicken wings if you want a little healthier option.

Skewered gochujang shrimp, galbi tacos, chicken bulgogi, or Korean flavored meatballs (serve with tooth/bamboo picks) will be a big crowd pleaser.

Dubu kimchi is a popular drinking snack or appetizer in Korea, especially with Korean rice wine (soju).

Tteokbokki and haemul pajeon are among Koreans’ all-time favorite snacks or appetizers to share when gathered around the table with friends and family. Enjoy!

  1. Yangnyeom Chicken (Spicy Korean Fried Chicken)Korean fried chicken smothered in a red spicy sauce
2. Dakgangjeong (Sweet Crispy Chicken)
Bite sized Korean fried chicken! Sweet, sticky, crispy!
3. Korean-flavored Baked Chicken Wings
Korean flavored Chinken Wings - Korean Food for Super Bowl Sunday
4. Galbi Taco (Korean-Style Taco with Beef Short Ribs)

Korean-style taco with beef short ribs and kimchi salsa


5. Grilled Gochujang Shrimp Skewers



6. Chicken Bulgogi

Chicken bulgogi


7. Dubu Kimchi (Tofu with Stir-fried Kimchi and Pork)
Kimchi strir fried with pork and served with tofu
8. Tteokbokki (Spicy Stir-fried Rice Cakes)
9. Glazed Korean Meatballs (Gogi Wanja Jorim) Korean Meatballs


10. Haemul Pajeon (Seafood Pancake)
Korean pancake on a plate

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  1. Prince2 Exams says

    I love Korean foods. They have unique taste. Spicy Stir-fried Rice Cakes are superb.

  2. While I am not a football fan, I won’t mind being dragged to someone house to watch the game is this is the kind of food they would serve ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Direct flight to Sri Lanka says

    Had a chance to enjoy the Gogi Wanja Jorim at a local Korean cousing near my place and it was simply superb.

  4. Ellena | Cuisine Paradise says

    Wow~ Hyosun, Thanks for this post. Now i have more ideas to whip up during Chinese New Year for our guest ๐Ÿ™‚ I love the Baked Chicken Wing

  5. Fern @ To Food With Love says

    Hi Hyosun! How are you? I have lots of your posts to catch up on. Been busy lately but will slowly make time to see what interesting Korean recipes I’ve been missing. Am planning to have a Korean potluck at a friend’s place soon, so this is my first stop! ๐Ÿ™‚ These snacks will be perfect. I haven’t cooked Korean in a while, so it’s time to stock up on ingredients again ๐Ÿ™‚