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.
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.
Since Al only wanted to send the Toy Story 2 toys to Japan, I brought Japan to him with this Japanese Teriyaki Chicken inspired by his costume!
Perfectly formed poached eggs over a hash of random vegetables resembles the scene of EVE flying over Earth in the movie, Wall-E
Battle against the pirate sickness, scurvy with these citrus, Pirates of the Caribbean inspired skewers!
A favourite in our family, Up is a great Pixar movie with a collection of random characters on a mission to drop a flying house on top of a waterfall!
A Fijian dish based on the Disney movie Moana, the story of a young girl who is on a quest to return the heart of Te Fiti to save her island.
Using a British Hunter’s Chicken recipe, I was inspired by the tale of unlikely friends from the Fox and the Hound to make a quick and easy dinner using your favourite BBQ sauce!
Inspired by the first Disney technicolour animated feature length film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, I’ve created a Spiced Pork and Apple dish to serve to the fairest of them all.
Inspired by my favourite Disney movie Lilo and Stitch, I created a Hawaiian noodle pot to recreate the lovable characters of the movie.
Inspired by Aladdin, I’ve created a middle eastern Kabsa made with prawns and pine nuts hidden within colourful bell peppers to match the Genie personality.
Returning back to the herd of lovable toys, Bo Peep and her sheep were my inspiration for this Toy Story 4 meal.
These Bacon Hotdogs are simple to put together and are a great meal inspired by the New York City street vendors from Oliver and Company!
Mixing sweet with savoury and creating something amazing is the best! This James and the Giant Peach meal is quick and easy to make!
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!