Nadia G.'s Bitchin' Halloween Bash
Throw a Halloween party that rocks with Nadia G's creepy recipes and a playlist that'll make you scream.
Halloween, Nadia G.-Style
If you're looking to throw a rockin' Halloween party, who better to turn to than the queen of bad, Nadia G? We asked the Nadia G's Bitchin' Kitchen star to share her tips and recipes for the baddest Halloween bash around. Never one to turn down a party, Nadia donned her freakiest costume, rolled up her sleeves and, with the help of Kitchen musical director Mary Martinelli, offered up a scary good menu, plus tunes to keep you creepin' all night long.
The Devil's in the Dip
Nadia G’s fried devils or red finger chiles will give your evening a fiery kick-start.
Get the Recipe: Diavoli Fritte with Onion and Dill Dip
Nadia's Playlist:Waking the Undead
Eat Your Eyes Out
Creep out guests and ignite their appetites with Bocconcini cheese, Prosciutto di Parma, tomato and olive appetizer eyeballs.
Get the Recipe: Bocconcini Eyeballs with "Blood" Salsa
Worms and Maggots Salad
Don't worry, those bits that look like maggots are just grated cauliflower. The worms are julienned peaches. It's very likely that actual invertebrates wouldn't taste this delicious.
Get the Recipe: Worms and Maggots Salad
Nadia's Playlist:Monster Mosh Pit
These sandwiches make a sweet and spooky main for any Halloween gathering. Within the pumpernickel bread coffin, find aged cheddar, apple slices, alfalfa sprouts and almond slivers. A drizzle of pureed raspberries adds even more sweetness and makes these sandwiches "bloody delicious," according to Nadia.
Get the Recipe: Double-Decker Coffin Sandwiches
A Wrist Worth Taking
Nadia's Severed Braciole Arm is made of flank steak and meatloaf. It's wrapped in prosciutto that gets baked until it looks like real skin! How can that not be the most creepily delicious thing ever?
Get the Recipe: Severed Braciole Arm
Nadia's Playlist:Knock Some Bones
Keeping the bloody theme alive, sweet, savory, spicy ricotta crepes with a raspberry-chile coulis take just minutes to prepare, but guests will be wowed by your dynamic dessert display.
Nadia's Playlist:So Sweet, It's Sick
Hands Off to You
As the night rocks on, fill guests' glasses with a tangy citrus sangria. This party drink is so tasty, punch-goers might be a little heavy-handed with their self-service so have seconds ready to go in the fridge.
Get the Recipe: Severed Hand Sangria
Nadia's Playlist:Night Crawlers
Tricked Out Treat
Apples get bitchin' to the core when they're dipped in homemade toffee and rolled in slivered almonds.
Get the Recipe: Designer Toffee Apples