Within Fantasia we see a ballerina Ostrich dancing to the tune of Dance of the Hours, so what better to use the meat on a bed of beautiful vegetables.
Recipes inspired by Disney
Disney has been inspiring me for years. Ever since I was a child, Disney has been there. I love animation and Disney has given me a chance to see it evolve over 50+ years. The recipes I make here take inspiration from the movies I grew up with. I haven't seen every Disney movie, but I've seen a lot and I will always continue watching them in hope for more inspiration and magic.
These dastardly tartlets inspired by the wicked Green Goblin are great as small snacks at lunch or with a salad and as a main.
After spending time in Hawaii, like Stitch, this burger has some slight modifications to make it even better!
A collection of vegetables, cheese and herbs pierced together by Hawkeye arrows
Inspired by the mutant, Storm, this Coconut Kale and Turmeric Rice is a traditional Kenyan dish usually made with Sakuma Wiki.
Whilst this dish takes a while to make, you have to love the authenticity of a wonderful, old-fashioned Norwegian fish dish!
Chill with this tasty iced salad. Don’t feel blue with the dressing, it’s messy but delicious!
Smash your way through this Thai Green Chicken Curry made especially for the Hulk when he’s angry!
Swinging into action is this Spaghetti Bolognese packed full of flavour and juiciness to keep the bad guys at bay!
A fish pie that combines three fish to create a tasty dish, much like the hive mind of the three Stepford Cuckoos.
To replicate Gamora’s appearance, avocado and green pepper with chicken are wrapped using beetroot tortilla wraps!
Sliced with claws, this cheesy potato and corn-on-the-cob dish brings out Wolverine’s nature and appearance without getting too violent!
Looking at the importance of iron in the diet, this Iron Man inspired dish, uses a small amount of Tahini and roasted Aubergine to create a dish with tang!
Using some homegrown edible flowers, I cooked up a Venison salad inspired by the story of Bambi
Inspired by my favourite X-Men, Kitty Pryde, this dish contains prawn balls that float in the clear soup to make it look like Shadowcat’s phasing ability.