Mixing sweet with savoury and creating something amazing is the best! This James and the Giant Peach meal is quick and easy to make!
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.
Roasting ham with Earl Grey Tea and topping jacket potatoes with creamy mushrooms created this fantastic meal for Alice in Wonderland
A visual representation of Tangled. The long golden spaghetti hair, the speckles of Pascal green, and the piggish bacon thief!
Mixing American and Japanese cuisine together to create these scientifically charged Mini Burgers inspired by superhero movie, Big Hero 6!
Everyone loves Kronk so I had to recreate his Spinach Puffs from Emperors New Groove and see what he was so passionate about!
We like our Lion King Steak RAWR with Monkey Gland Sauce and Sweet Potato Fries to the side.
Anger can get real mad inside Riley’s head so I’ve created this flaming hot pizza to cool him off on a fury filled day!
Whilst Disgust obviously turned her nose down at the thought of Broccoli on Pizza, I’ve created a delight of flavours that makes it work!
An appetising meal made up of eggs and avocado, inspired by Monsters Inc that recreates the movie’s little, one-eyed, green monster!
Whilst most would think to make Remy’s Ratatouille, I decided to make his marvellous potato and leek soup from the beginning of the movie.
Inspired by the new Christopher Robin movie, a certain hunny loving bear will be full of joy after eating honey scrumptious meal.
A traditional and colourful dish for Mulan, a movie based on rebelling against Chinese tradition. Arrange your own vegetables for a custom designed dish!
A deconstruction of an English Beef Wellington, inspired by the wonderful Mary Poppins, that is Supercalifragilicious on the tongue.
The magic of this Sword in the Stone dish is to pack in all these ingredients into a dish to create a great British flavour.
Inspired by The Jungle Book, this warm, rustic curry is built from the ground up, mixing all your spices together with guinea fowl and a side of chapattis.