Let’s face it: there’s a TON of good food at Disney World! With all this delicious food and great restaurants in Disney World it makes you wonder: can we get the recipes?
Let’s look at 10 recipes from your FAVORITE Disney World restaurants.
What’s a list of favorite Disney treats without Dole Whip? This pineapple soft serve can now be made at home with a simple recipe, all you need is a blender!
If you’re looking to broaden your horizons and try out a dish from a fan-favorite restaurant, Tusker House’s delicious Cape Malay Lamb Curry is a great place to start!
If you’ve ever been to 50s Prime Time Café in Hollywood Studios, then you probably know about the über popular Fried Boursin Cheese! This delicious breaded garlic & herb cheese is a perfect appetizer (or entree!).
If you’re looking to impress the in-laws, the Maple Glazed Salmon from Le Cellier is a winner! This sweet-savory dish is a refined but simple recipe. However, this one does take a little bit of time, so keep that in mind.
Another fancy-pants dish you could make is the Pork Tenderloin from California Grill! This is the signature dish of the acclaimed Disney restaurant and features a juicy pork tenderloin, creamy polenta, and delicious balsamic mushrooms.
If you’re looking for a taste of the Polynesian Village Resort at home, look no further! You can make Tonga Toast in your kitchen, as long as you’re comfortable frying things.
For dessert, you can try your hand at a signature British dessert! The Sticky Toffee Pudding from Rose & Crown in EPCOT is a bit more difficult, but rewarding, recipe.
As we all know, you HAVE to try the Grey Stuff, it’s delicious! Since this dish made its debut at Be Our Guest in Magic Kingdom, it’s become massively popular across all the parks. Surprisingly, this delicious bite is not that hard to make, making it great for parties!
Art Smith’s Buttermilk Fried Chicken from his Disney Springs restaurant Homecomin’ is one of our favorite Disney dishes! If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at this popular dish, now’s your chance.
If you’re in a fine dining mood, how about the Peking Duck from Morimoto? It might sound intimidating, but this recipe isn’t as hard as it looks!
Those are 10 recipes from your FAVORITE Disney World restaurants! We’re always keeping up with the latest Disney news, so stay tuned here for more!
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What do you think about these recipes? What’s your favorite restaurant? Let us know in the comments!