It’s like stuffing a sack full of wonderful gifts, but instead stuffing a chicken with colourful tastes!
Recipes inspired by Pokémon
I've grown up playing Pokemon since Primary School and have stuck with it. My favourites include Luxray, Zweilous, Lairon, Decidueye, Cutiefly and Seismitoad. As they continue to make more Pokemon (currently at over 800), I like to learn about the abilities and evolutions of each. Forming inspiration from each of these Pokemon has helped me to create the following recipes.
Set off for a new adventure into the Galar region in Pokemon Sword and Shield with a dish containing 3 different sausages to choose from!
Whilst they take a while to make, these Octillery and Remoraid starters would be great to showcase to friends!
My absolutely favourite Pokemon, Luxray gets my absolutely favourite meal. I’ve never been able to cook the perfect lasagne but this recipe comes close!
Wrestling between Mexican and Italian, this Guacamole Pasta brings out the colours found in Hawlucha’s appearance!
Inspired by the Mushroom Pokémon that looks like a Pokéball, Foongus. This Mushroom Risotto recipe is vegan and gluten-free!
Using ingredients that use crystals in their names, here’s the recipe for a great packed lunch idea inspired by the Pokémon Sableye.
A great little half and half flatbread recipe for the Pokémon Girafarig, using ingredients received from a Degusta Box.
A great little curry served with a toasted Naan that helps visually represent the Fox Pokémon, Ninetales.
Gardevoir was the first god-like Pokémon to come to mind when deciding to make these Green Goddess Skewers.
Style inspired by the Steel Pokemon Lairon, this whole wheat gnocchi mixed with a walnut pesto creates a good solid meal!
The cauliflower in this dish aims to resemble the light, fluffy cloud wings that Swablu use to fly.
This cheesy, pesto chicken looks just like a Venusaur grazing in the bushes, using tomatoes and basil to recreate the plant on its back.
Matching the physical appearance of the Exeggutor and Exeggcute, this dish is fun and easy to make!
For the Kanto Meowth variant, an original Japanese Tonkatsu Pork Curry.