World Cup Party Recipes

Recipes and Drink Mixes

Here are some of our favorite easy drinks and snacks recipes for your World Cup Party. Try ’em out and have a blast!

-Team UrbanZing


Indian Glory
Mix one part of vodka with one part of blue Curacao and mix thoroughly. Pour in 2 parts ice cold soda and some ice. Serve with a slice of lemon. You can make this non-alcoholic by substituting one part sugar syrup.

Pakistan Punch
Mix together 1 part white rum with one part mango panna mixture and two parts ice cold water. Serve in a salt rimmed glass. Make this non-alcoholic by substituting one part Lemon for the white rum.

New Zealand Zest
Mix together one part of blackcurrant juice with one part of vodka. Add one part soda and top with ice. Serve with a sprig of mint on top. Make this non-alcoholic by substituting one part Lychee juice for the vodka.

Sri Lankan Spice
Dip a slice of chilli in one part of gin, and let it steep for 1 minute. Mix in one part orange juice and one teaspoon Tabasco sauce, and a pinch of salt. Rim a glass with sugar and lime and put ice inside it. Pour in the mixture and serve icy cold. This can be made non-alcoholic by substituting crushed ice for the gin.


Toasted Triangles
Cut plain white sliced bread in triangles. Toast them and spread cheese spread on them, and top with slices of hard boiled egg/cucumber and one slice of olive. Secure everything together with a toothpick, and dribble a drop of Tabasco sauce for that extra kick.

Fast Tempura
Make a batter with 3 tbs rice flour, 3 tbs cornstarch, ice cold water 1 teaspoon baking soda and a pinch of salt. Make sure the batter is not too thick or too thin. Heat a good quantity of oil to deep fry and keep the heat to medium. Now work fast, and chop up vegetable strips thinly, as well as pieces of chicken, or prawns. Put the item in the batter, and immediately lift up and fry it till its golden brown and delicious.
Serve with a mixture of soy sauce, shredded ginger and lime juice, and slices of chillies.

Plain Old Jhal Muri
Take a huge amount of muri, and mix it with any four of the following – finely sliced tomatoes, potaoes, onions, chillies, chanachur, bhujiya, cucumbers, cheetos, kurkure. Now mix in chaat masala to taste and squeeze in some lime juice and a few drops of mustard oil. A crowd pleaser any day.


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