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Posted: July 27, 2003 9:11 am/pm Quote

I thought I'd start a new thread for Disney recipes.  If anyone has any, please post 'em here and if your looking for one, maybe if we all look together, we may just find it :)

Hope this is OK Rich?


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Posted: July 27, 2003 9:19 am/pm Quote

All I can say about this one is YUM!

L' Originali Fettuccine Alfredo

1 lb. fresh fettuccine noodles
4 quarts boiling, salted water
1 cup unsalted Plugra butter, softened (ed. note: Plugra butter is higher in fat than ordinary butter. Look for it in gourmet-type grocery stores.)
1/3 to 1/2 cup Emillia brand Parmesano Reggiano cheese, freshly grated (ed. note: If you can't find Emillia brand, any Reggiano parmesan will do.)

Melt Plugra butter over very low heat. Whisk in grated parmesan cheese; continue whisking over a low heat until the cheese melts and the butter/cheese sauce becomes a creamy consistency. Drop fettuccine in boiling salted water. Cook until noodles float to the top of the pot (2 to 3 minutes). Drain immediately and place in large pasta bowl; toss with sauce. Garnish with freshly cracked black pepper.


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Posted: July 27, 2003 10:30 am/pm Quote

Yoo Hoo, Disney EchoEars!

I'm glad to see these recipes posted here on the Disney Echo!

I've moved the thread out of the "Off Topic" area into this general Disney area instead, because Disney recipes are very much on topic!

By the way, there are great Disney recipe books available in Downtown Disney Marketplace in the scrapbook store.


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Posted: July 29, 2003 4:20 am/pm Quote

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OK - My favorite non-disney activity (this is a family oriented enterprise after all) is cooking/eating and now we have a thread...  I may never work again!  Anyway, this is one of my all-time favorites - a bowl of this soup in the outdoor seating area of the Brown Derby around dusk and life is good... I do however eat it with my cardiologist on stand-by... Enjoy

Oyster Brie Soup
The Hollywood Brown Derby @ Disney-MGM Studios

Serves: 7

6 oz brie
48 oz half and half
2 oz fish base (2 fish bullion cubes works fine here - dissolved in Oyster juice)
1 C. Champagne
8 oz Oysters
8 oz Oyster juice
salt and white pepper to taste
6 oz roux, cold (see directions below)*


Put half and half in a thick bottom pot.  Heat nearly to boil.
Add roux to thicken, simmer 10 to 15 minutes.  Add brie, stirring constantly to melt.  Add fish base, strain and return to pot.

In a separate pot, cook oysters in their own juice (if you use canned - no need to cook).  Strain mixture into first pot, then add cooked oysters, juice and champagne to mixture.  Add salt and white pepper to taste.

*Roux
1+2/3 lb butter
1+3/4 lb all-purpose flour

In saucepan, melt butter.  Slowly add flour, stirring constantly to avoid lumps.  Cook 10-20 minutes (med low heat).
Roux should be smooth with almond aroma.  Quickly remove from heat.


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Posted: July 31, 2003 3:14 am/pm Quote

Here's one that I make all the time that is simply scrumptious!

                            Chicken Cordon Blue
           (Outer Rim - Disney's Contemporary Resort)

Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients:

2 whole boneless chicken breasts                                   
  Salt and white pepper to taste    
4 slices Swiss cheese                                 
4 slices cooked ham, 1/8-inch thick           
6 tablespoons flour                                          
2 eggs, beaten
1 tablespoon water
6 tablespoons fine dry bread crumbs
4 tablespoons butter

Remove skin from chicken breasts and discard. Between two pieces of wax paper, flatten breasts with a wooden mallet until quite thin. Cut each into 2 pieces crosswise. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Lay a slice of cheese and slice of ham on each piece of breast and roll. Mix eggs with water and dip chicken in egg, then in flour, then in egg again and finally in crumbs. Melt butter in a flat baking dish and bake chicken at 350 degrees F. for 20 min. or until lightly browned.

Enjoy! :wink2:


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Posted: Aug. 02, 2003 7:59 am/pm Quote

I added in a picture of Tonga Toast with sausages above, courtesy of Alan Moore and ourlaughingplace.com.
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Posted: Nov. 29, 2003 5:42 am/pm Quote

:hula: would love to have the recipe for well it is a corn type cassarolle from hollywood and vine.   I just love to eat it when I am there.  Please help.

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Posted: Nov. 29, 2003 6:02 am/pm Quote

Yoo Hoo, Nancy!

Welcome to the Disney Echo! I'm searching to see if I can find a recipe for that casserole -- and while I do, I hope you enjoy these Disney EchoEars I picked out for you:


Thanks for joining the fun here, Nancy!


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Posted: Nov. 29, 2003 6:10 am/pm Quote

Nancy, I don't think these are the exact recipe you're looking for, but they do come from Disney's Family Fun magazine:

Corn Casserole

Hamburger-Corn Casserole
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Posted: Dec. 02, 2003 4:30 am/pm Quote

Yoo Hoo, Nancy!

The webmaster of DisneyRecipes.com just passed this along to me:

Creamed Corn Spoon Bread
Hollywood & Vine

1 1/2 cups Cornmeal
8 Tbsp. Sugar
2 Tbsp. Baking Powder
1 tsp. Salt
1 cup Buttermilk
1 1/2 cups of corn kernels
1 cup Milk
3/4 cup Melted butter
3 cups Creamed Corn-Heated

Combine dry ingredients, combine all wet ingredients except creamed corn.

Add the dry to wet, mix until well blended.

Pour mixture into a well greased 9"x13" pan, place in a steamer and cook for 15-20 minutes, top with heated creamed corn.

NOTE=Most homes do not have a steamer , you will have to use a double boiler and still cook 15-20 minutes.


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