Taste the movies through dishes from famous movie scenes
Enjoy iconic movie moments with recipes for Ratatouille, Gyoza, Butterbeer, and more in your kitchen
Movies take us on wild adventures, making us laugh, cry, and crave yummy food! Join the fun as we explore iconic dishes from movies, with easy recipes to make these cinematic treats at home. Let's dive into the movie magic and flavour together!
Ratatouille from Ratatouille (2007)
In Pixar's heartwarming film Ratatouille, Remy the rat showcases his culinary skills by preparing a stunning ratatouille dish. You can recreate this classic French comfort food with our easy recipe.
- Sliced zucchini, eggplant, and tomatoes
- Minced garlic and onions
- Olive oil, thyme, and basil
- Bake the layers of vegetables with the seasonings until tender, then serve with a drizzle of olive oil.
Gyoza from Kung Fu Panda (2008)
Po, the lovable panda from Kung Fu Panda, dreams of becoming a skilled chef. One of the dishes he masters is the delectable gyoza, a type of Japanese dumpling. Make Po proud with your own gyoza preparation!
- Ground pork or chicken
- Minced garlic, ginger, and cabbage
- Soy sauce, sesame oil, and dumpling wrappers
- Mix the filling, wrap in the dumpling wrappers, and pan-fry until golden brown.
Turkish Delight from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005)
In the magical world of Narnia, the White Witch tempts Edmund with enchanted Turkish Delight. Recreate this sweet treat at home with a traditional recipe. Let us know if this was delicious enough to sell your family to the witch!
Sugar, water, and lemon juice
Cornstarch and rosewater
Mix sugar, water, and lemon juice; boil to make a syrup. Combine cornstarch and rosewater, add to the syrup, and set. Cut into cubes and dust with powdered sugar.
Boeuf Bourguignon from Julie & Julia (2009)
Inspired by Julia Child's famous recipe, as featured in the movie "Julie & Julia," try your hand at making Boeuf Bourguignon for a classic French culinary experience.
-Meat chunks, and pearl onions
-Carrots, garlic, and red wine
-Sauté the meat, add vegetables, deglaze with red wine, and slow-cook until tender. Serve over mashed potatoes or egg noodles.
Butterbeer from Harry Potter Series (2001-2011)
Step into the wizarding world and enjoy a frothy, sweet Butterbeer, as seen in the "Harry Potter" series. While the on-screen version might leave you with a magical buzz, fear not – we've crafted a non-alcoholic alternative for you and kids to relish.
- Cream soda, butterscotch syrup, and whipped cream
- Combine cream soda and butterscotch syrup, top with whipped cream, and enjoy your magical concoction!
Vesper Martini from James Bond Series
“Shaken, not stirred”. Channel your inner 007 with the Vesper cocktail, famously ordered by James Bond. It’s time to add a touch of sophistication to your movie night.
PS: Stirring the drink will give you a better blend than shaking it, Bond’s reason for ordering it shaken were completely tactical
- 2 oz of Gin, 1/2 oz of vodka, and1/4 oz of Lillet Blanc
- Stir the ingredients with ice, strain into a martini glass, and garnish with a lemon twist.
So turn your kitchen into a blockbuster with these mouthwatering recipes inspired by iconic movie scenes. Lights, camera, cook – let the cinematic feast begin. Are you up for the challenge?