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  • #21
    Disney Recipes

    Originally posted by disneyfreeek
    I have 2 cookbooks from Disneyworld I believe. If you guys want stuff let me know and I would be happy to post the recipe. There are drinks, appetizers, main course and desserts. Bring em on I am really bored right now lol.
    I have one of those recipe books. I don't know if it is available still. I purchased it in one of those stores near the Disney Tower a long time ago. Its called, Cooking with Mickey aound our world. I have yet to make anything from it, but I love to look at the recipes! Maybe now with this thread I will try to make something and report back.
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    • #22
      Originally posted by disneyfreeek
      Omg this is a long one. Recipe comes from Town Square Cafe at WDW.

      Monte cristo sandwhich is served with a fruit compote, and currant jelly sauce. Fist prepare these two, then make the batter. While it is chilling, out together the sandwhiches. When the sandwhices are fried, the complete service is ready.

      CURRANT SAUCE
      2/3 C currant jelly
      1 TBSP water
      1 TSBP half and half

      Combine jelly, water and half and half in blender and mix until smooth. Makes about 3/4 CUP.
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      FRUIT COMPOTE
      Combine your favorite fresh and canned fruits and chill well. Plan 1/2 cup per person.
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      BATTER
      2/3 C water
      1 small egg
      1/2 tsp salt
      1/8 tsp white pepper
      1/8 tsp yellow food coloring
      2/3 C all-purpose flour
      1-3/4 tsp baking powder

      Place water, egg, salt, pepper and food color in a bowl and using an electric mixer, mix well on low speed. Add flour and baking powder and mix until batter is smooth. Chill. Makes enough for 4 sandwhiches.
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      SANDWHICHES

      8 slices white bread
      4 slices (1 oz each) turkey roll
      4 slices (1 oz each) swiss cheese
      4 slices (1 oz each) Pullman ham, though I bet anyhammeldo!

      Make 4 sanwhiches, putting cheese between ham and turkey. Cut into 4ths and put a toothpick into each quarter.
      --------------------------------------------------
      FINAL PREP

      Soybean or veggie oil for frying
      Confectioners sugar
      Fruit compote
      currant jelly sauce

      Heat about 6 inches of oil to 340 degrees. Deep fry sandwhiches until golden brown, turning as needed. Remove from oil, take out toothpicks, sprinkle sanwhiches with confectioners sugar. Serve with fruit compote and jelly sauce.

      Wow, now the carpul tunnel has really kicked in, Enjoy ya'll.
      Ah, The Monte Cristo!
      I live to die for one of these at the Blue Bayou!
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      • #23
        Wait... the Disney Magazine is ending??!!??

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        • #24
          The Disney Magazine is finished? That's really sad.

          But I do have to say thanks to disneyfreeek for posting the Monte Cristo recipie...I'm going to have to try that one one of these days.
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          • #25
            Safari Skewer - Bengal BBQ

            1 pound fresh asparagus (thick stalks)
            1 pound bacon (regular cut)
            1 lemon
            Skewers
            Grill

            Cut asparagus and bacon into thirds. Wrap bacon around asparagus pieces, and skewer (place the pieces on horizontally and not lengthwise - be sure to pierce the end of the bacon to prevent it from unravelling).

            Place on outdoor grill, turning frequently. Squeeze some lemon juice over the skewers while grilling.

            Skewers are done when bacon is thoroughly cooked, and slightly charred around the edges.

            Squeeze some extra lemon upon removing from the grill.

            (These also make great appetizers - just remove the pieces from the skewers and add toothpicks.)
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            • #26
              Originally posted by disneyfreeek
              Walt Disney's own chili and beans
              2 lbs dry pink pinto beans
              2 onions, sliced
              1/2 cup vegetable oil
              2 cloves garlic, diced
              1 cup chopped celery
              2 lbs coarsly ground lean beef
              1 tsp chili powder
              1 tsp paprika
              1 tsp dried thyme leaves
              1 can (28 oz) solid-pack tomatoes
              Salt to taste
              Wash and sort beans and soak overnight in cold water. Next morning, drain, add water to cover 2inches over beans. Add sliced onions and simmer, covered, until tender, about 2 hours.
              Meanwhile, heat oil in a large saucepot and lightly brown garlic, celery and beef, stirring. Add chili powder, paprika, and thyme. Break up tomatoes with a spoon and mix with meat mixture. Cover and simmer for 1 hour. When beans are tender combine with meat, stirring gently. Taste and add salt as needed. Simmer 30 mins longer.

              I dunno if thats the one you like but hey, it says it was Walts own personal recipe, so I think all that work would be worth trying! Happy chili. Gimme some more lol!
              I wonder if it was really true that Walt literally carried around a jar of this chili everywhere he went. I mean, was Walt a flatulent man? Was his chili part of the reason he was so beloved by foreign heads of state?

              The world may never know.
              My fondest memory of Walt Disney was the day Disneyland opened....I was standing next to him - I was 12 years old - he was looking at the gate where people were coming through, he had his hands behind his back, he had a grin from ear to ear, but you could see the lump in his throat and the tear coming down his cheek because his dream had been realized. -- Mouseketeer Sharon Baird, "Mouseke-Memories", Walt Disney Treasures: The Mickey Mouse Club

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              • #27
                isnt there a web site that you can get the disneyland recipes???

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                • #28
                  "Mongo want more beans?"

                  Can you still get the recipe book?
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                  • #29
                    "Mongo want more beans?"

                    Originally posted by SilentBob66
                    I wonder if it was really true that Walt literally carried around a jar of this chili everywhere he went. I mean, was Walt a flatulent man? Was his chili part of the reason he was so beloved by foreign heads of state?

                    The world may never know.
                    Wasn't Walt, (and I mean no disrespect), an extra in the camping scene of Blazing Saddles? I could just picture him sitting there on a log with his chile jar and Mongo strirring the big pot.
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                    • #30
                      I don't know why, but the best fish & chips I have ever had was at the DTD Rainforest Cafe. Something about the batter. And I am not a sea food fan.

                      Justin

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                      • #31
                        Originally posted by SanSooJustin
                        I like that chicken fusilli (sp?) at RRPP. I make something sorta like it. I mix pesto and alfredo sauce with pasta and shredded chicken. Taste pretty close.
                        Try adding a little sundried tomato

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                        • #32
                          Originally posted by tiggergrl
                          isnt there a web site that you can get the disneyland recipes???
                          I already posted a whole bunch of reciepes on a similar thread:

                          Disneyland Recipes

                          http://ophelia.darkambient.net/Disney/disneycook.txt

                          From the Blue Bayou:
                          Caramelized Pecans
                          Roasted Red Pepper Dressing
                          Monte Cristo Sandwich
                          Stuffed Andouille Mushroom
                          Root Beer Spiced Apples
                          Gumbo
                          Blue Bayou Potatoes
                          Jambalaya
                          Crab Cakes
                          Cajun Seafood Salad
                          Caesar Salad
                          Portobello Mushrooms
                          Black Eye Peas Relish
                          Roasted Garlic Mashed Potato
                          Chicken Florentine
                          Seafood Salad

                          From New Orleans Square:
                          Clam Chowder
                          Marinara Sauce
                          Mint Julep
                          Choux Fritter

                          From the Bengal BBQ:
                          Beef Skewers
                          Tahitian Sauce
                          Korean Sauce

                          I hope you enjoy them Happy cooking!

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                          • #33
                            Actually that's true, Disney DID put out a book of recipes. A lot of them are from FL though.

                            Also, I don't think the Brennan family are going to give out their recipes (reference to Jazz Kitchen), but there IS a Brennans cookbook (however, there are internal feuds amongst the different Brennans, so I'm not sure which Brennan recipes you'd be able to find or even IF Jazz Kitchen sells the Brennans book, since that's put out by the other branch of the family.)

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