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queendisney
07-05-2012, 04:31 AM
Thought I would ask you all which recipes you cook from the wonderful restaurants at WDW. Some of the recipes I found are not all that good, which is probably due to the downsizing of the ingrediants to just serving 4-6 etc.

One of the recipes I have found tobe really good is the Stir Fried Noodles from Ohana at the Poly, it has a great peanut sauce with it:)..we tend to add tofu to bulk it out for a main meal but I am sure it would be great with chicken as well.

I am thinking of having a go at the Flourless Chocolate Cake from Boma's..I remember it as being really squidgy and light..Mine may well turn out looking like a biscuit:rotfl:

Which ones have you tried and tested...? popcorn::

Latte Lover
07-05-2012, 01:22 PM
We like the coconut chicken curry from Boma and the sticky peanut rice that goes with it. I've made it dozens of times and it's one of our absolute favourite meals.:)

dolphingirl47
07-05-2012, 02:01 PM
We like the coconut chicken curry from Boma and the sticky peanut rice that goes with it. I've made it dozens of times and it's one of our absolute favourite meals.:)

That's sounds right up my street. I think I may have to try this. So far I have not been brave enough to cook anything from WDW.

Corinna

Dimplenose
07-06-2012, 10:11 AM
Where do you get your recipes from?

queendisney
07-06-2012, 11:07 AM
I get mine from

http://allears.net/din/rec.htm

I have also made the banana bread pudding! That is fab-u-lous..but its enough to feed an army. It freezes well though.

I am intrigued by the cocoa cola bbq sauce recipe! I sort of want to try it but on the other hand it sounds rather revolting:)

There are just so many to chose from on that site..I thought I would make the effort a week before we go and just do recipes from WDW..

queendisney
07-06-2012, 11:09 AM
We like the coconut chicken curry from Boma and the sticky peanut rice that goes with it. I've made it dozens of times and it's one of our absolute favourite meals.:)



That does sound yummy...I would have to substitute the chicken as we are both vegies but that peanut rice is calling me.:thumbsup2

Tinks1984
07-06-2012, 05:14 PM
Our only experiment has been Mickey waffles :lmao: Always a winner in our house though! :) Minus the bacon!

consumermonkey
07-06-2012, 07:50 PM
I am intrigued by the cocoa cola bbq sauce recipe! I sort of want to try it but on the other hand it sounds rather revolting:)

I have cooked with Coke a few times. Nigella has a few recipes for cooking with Coke. The Coke Chocolate cake was nice, although my favorite was boiling ham in Coke. That was really lovely. Something to do with the acid breaking down the ham and the sugar just making it all sticky.

I think the secret it to use the real thing and the full sugar (No diet or zero) versions. I would imagine coke BBQ marinade for ribs would be lovely.

queendisney
07-07-2012, 09:20 AM
Our only experiment has been Mickey waffles :lmao: Always a winner in our house though! :) Minus the bacon!

:thumbsup2

Yes I forgot them...we go through stages of using our Mickey Waffle maker..like you its minus the bacon.
I think I am gonna dig it out of the cupboard and do some this week. Must add maple syrup to my shopping list (that is something I always bring home with me from USA as its loads cheaper).:)

Dimplenose
07-07-2012, 01:02 PM
I get mine from

http://allears.net/din/rec.htm



Thanks, I'll have a read before I go shopping tomorrow. With no WDW holiday planned I could do with a Disney fix.

Our only experiment has been Mickey waffles :lmao: Always a winner in our house though! :) Minus the bacon!

I bought a Mickey Waffle maker but find it takes about 4 minutes to cook just one (quite big) waffle. By the time the last one is ready (my one) every one else has eaten and I'm left eating all by myself.

ChipnDaleRule
07-07-2012, 05:51 PM
I have cooked with Coke a few times. Nigella has a few recipes for cooking with Coke. The Coke Chocolate cake was nice, although my favorite was boiling ham in Coke. That was really lovely. Something to do with the acid breaking down the ham and the sugar just making it all sticky.

I think the secret it to use the real thing and the full sugar (No diet or zero) versions. I would imagine coke BBQ marinade for ribs would be lovely.

I've cooked Coke chicken wings, they were sticky and yummy.I also tried to make Hoop de Doo cornbread yesterday but it was a disaster.You could feel the crunch of the polenta, does anyone know maybe where I was going wrong, it looked right but tasted wrong, it was the recipe from Allears.

queendisney
07-08-2012, 02:34 AM
I've cooked Coke chicken wings, they were sticky and yummy.I also tried to make Hoop de Doo cornbread yesterday but it was a disaster.You could feel the crunch of the polenta, does anyone know maybe where I was going wrong, it looked right but tasted wrong, it was the recipe from Allears.


There are different grades of cornmeal/polenta, so I wounder if maybe you chose one that needed a slightly longer cooking time..:confused3 Or it could just be a rubbish recipe.

I made the banana bread pudding last night. BUT..I substituted the double cream with coconut milk because I forgot to buy the cream and added some coconut to the mix and sprinkled some on top as well..if I say so myself it was an improvement on the original...Just call me Nigella from now on:rotfl:

ChipnDaleRule
07-08-2012, 03:09 AM
you may have a point,it could be a rubbish recipe.So if anyone has a good cornbread recipe could they please share it with me. TIA

laura_<3
07-08-2012, 05:01 AM
Just going through the recipes now and it's making me hungry!

queendisney
07-08-2012, 05:45 AM
you may have a point,it could be a rubbish recipe.So if anyone has a good cornbread recipe could they please share it with me. TIA

sad though this is...I usually bring back a few boxes of ready to make cornbread from publix..I think I had to add a can of creamed sweetcorn and an egg and that was it, bung it in the oven and hey presto it was surprisingly good! So obviously thats been of no use to you what so ever:)

queendisney
07-08-2012, 05:47 AM
Just going through the recipes now and it's making me hungry!

So Laura..what have you decided to make?

ChipnDaleRule
07-08-2012, 11:34 AM
sad though this is...I usually bring back a few boxes of ready to make cornbread from publix..I think I had to add a can of creamed sweetcorn and an egg and that was it, bung it in the oven and hey presto it was surprisingly good! So obviously thats been of no use to you what so ever:)
Ok, thanks i think;) I'll keep searching.There is an American food shop not far from me, i might go and take a look for some cornbread mix:thumbsup2

Also, i know this isn't Disney but last trip we went to Bubba Gumps and had Hush Puppies,they were amazing.Anyone have the recipe or something similar?

Danauk
07-08-2012, 11:41 AM
I cook the cheese soup from Le Cellier and the tiramisu from Victoria and Alberts. I also make the BBQ sauce from Flame Tree BBQ. I have the Mickey and Friends cook book which has recipes in from the Disney parks and hotel restaurants. I have made a few other things from it too, but those are the things I make the most.

dolphingirl47
07-08-2012, 12:23 PM
I cook the cheese soup from Le Cellier and the tiramisu from Victoria and Alberts. I also make the BBQ sauce from Flame Tree BBQ. I have the Mickey and Friends cook book which has recipes in from the Disney parks and hotel restaurants. I have made a few other things from it too, but those are the things I make the most.

The Cheese soup is the one thing that I am always tempted by. Is it difficult to make?

Corinna

Danauk
07-08-2012, 12:25 PM
The Cheese soup is the one thing that I am always tempted by. Is it difficult to make?

Corinna

No, it is quite easy. The recipe makes a huge portion and you can't scale it down due to the beer in it (although I guess you could drink some of the beer if you like it! lol)

queendisney
07-08-2012, 12:34 PM
No, it is quite easy. The recipe makes a huge portion and you can't scale it down due to the beer in it (although I guess you could drink some of the beer if you like it! lol)


That sounds like the cheese and beer fondu I made...so very very good! I love the sound of the Tirmisu as well..:)

dolphingirl47
07-08-2012, 12:36 PM
No, it is quite easy. The recipe makes a huge portion and you can't scale it down due to the beer in it (although I guess you could drink some of the beer if you like it! lol)

I don't mind this. I actually rather like the idea of having some of this in my freezer. What beer do you use? I assume you can't get the Moosehead that is used in the original recipe?

Corinna

Dimplenose
07-08-2012, 01:05 PM
I've just had a WDW inspired tea. Pulled pork followed by cookie dough ice-cream.

Both were cheats i.e. Heinz BBQ sauce for the pork and Ben&Jerry's for the ice-cream but both are flavours that remind me of WDW. :)

Danauk
07-08-2012, 01:45 PM
I don't mind this. I actually rather like the idea of having some of this in my freezer. What beer do you use? I assume you can't get the Moosehead that is used in the original recipe?

Corinna

We just use a similar real ale that you can get in ASDA. Not sure which one, DH chooses it as he knows more about beers that I do!!

Just looked in the cook book and remembered the coconut curried chicken stew from Boma was also nice. Might have to make that again soon!