Carve out your pumpkin cauldron and brew a fish chowder potion for a class with Severus Snape
Recipes inspired by Harry Potter
Having growing up reading the books from a young age to watching all the movies, the story of Harry Potter has been a big part of my life. Even now as we explore the Wizarding World through Fantastic Beasts, Pottermore and Cursed Child, there are more stories to tell, more information to learn and more ideas to look forward to. I'll be creating dishes based off the characters, locations and events that occur through the series.
These pak choi are screaming to be dipped in the earthly chicken and mushroom sauce, a dish heavily inspired by the classes taught by Pomona Sprout at Hogwarts.
Use multi-coloured vegetables to create a Nymphadora Tonks inspired chorizo and potato hash that you can quickly make tonight!
You won’t go wrong with this Beef Stroganoff recipe inspired by Hermione Granger
For a family of ginger hair, this butternut squash and chorizo carbonara brings the orange out of the Weasleys.
A Yellow tart in honour of the Hufflepuff student who lost his life after the Triwizard Tournament, Cedric Diggory.
Inspired by the headmaster of Hogwarts, Albus Dumbledore, this Lemon Chicken meal will leave reminded of his Sherbet Lemons.
Using Red Rice for the Dragons, Jasmine Rice for the Lake and Wild Rice for the Maze, you’ll experience all three of the Triwizard Tournament trials in one tasty dish!
To replicate Mad-Eye Moody’s strange eye, I created a Mushroom and Pork Casserole where the upside-down mushrooms look like little eyes!
Inspired by the house elf, Dobby would perfectly cook up the perfect breakfast for his good friend, Harry Potter.
Inspired by Farfalle whilst shopping for Macaroni, this quick and easy dish replicates the visual appearance of the Golden Snitch.
A giant feast of gammon, salad and cracked dragon eggs inspired by the half-giant Hagrid.
Remus Lupin spent his life battling with the werewolf inside him; these pulled pork burgers are great for flavour and intensity.
A quintessential British dish for the Scottish born Gryffindor House Head, Minerva McGonagall, with hints of her green wear seen with the peas and herbs.
Experience strange and mysterious flavours with these Fantastic Rolls inspired by Newt Scamander and his amazing magical creatures