Matching the physical appearance of the Exeggutor and Exeggcute, this dish is fun and easy to make!
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.
For the Kanto Meowth variant, an original Japanese Tonkatsu Pork Curry.
A classic Punjabi dish designed in Delhi, this Makhani often known as ‘Butter Chicken’ is inspired by the Young Fowl Pokemon, Combusken
To depict Combee’s character and appearance, I picked an orange and honey coating for a yummy salmon dish.
A simple Indonesian/Malaysian dish for Clauncher, the Water Gun Pokemon that resembles a bright blue shrimp.
A look at two side dishes inspired by Lotad, the Water Weed Pokémon and Whimsicott, the Windveiled Pokémon.
An attempt to recreate the student famous Avocado Toast with added egg and chorizo to add the colours of Natu to the dish.
Slices of Chorizo match the ball of gaseous creature known as Gastly in this Mediterranean dish.
Echoing the colour, stripes and animal that Ampharos resembles brought the ingredients together to form this electrifying dish.
Great little colourful omelette muffins, perfect for sides to a great lunch or a couple for breakfast, match the appearance of the Oricorio dancing bird pokemon.
Here are some V shaped chilli tacos inspired by Victini’s facial appearance and typing, Psychic-Fire. Add some chillies for extra more victorious fire!
A take on a Goan Fish curry substituting the fish for tomatoes and chicken to match the fiery bird, Talonflame.
Marowak is the Ground type Bone Keeper, or the Ghost-Fire Pokémon in Alola. This is the very apt ground spice chicken drumsticks inspired by the Pokémon.
Much like the evolution of the Fish Pokémon Magikarp, transform and ordinary river fish and ingredients into a terrifyingly wonderful pâté.
To match the layers of Scraggy’s baggy trouser skin, I’ve cooked up some duck with skin on and layered Dauphinoise potatoes.