French Market inspired Creamy Corn Chowder. The Disneyland version is garnished with a Maque Choux of roasted corn and black eyed peas, We chose to leave that off as it makes the recipe a bit more involved and our goal was simple. We also served our soup with sourdough bread as opposed to in a sourdough bread bowl, which is also a great way to serve dinner.
The Bengal Beef Skewer recipe inspired by the Disneyland Bengal Barbecue so far is our favorite recipe for the Adventureland Dinner Party menu. The meat has wonderful zesty and peppery flavor that tends a little the the hot side but is super delicious.
The Disneyland Chieftain Chicken Skewer recipe is another great option to make the night before and provides a milder option from the Bengal Beef Skewer for the Adventureland dinner menu. This chicken recipe has a wonderful pineapple sweet and sour flavor and is absolutely delicious. This is a recipe inspired by Disneyland’s Bengal Barbecue.
Haunted Mansion Ribs 'n Sausages recipe inspired by Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion ride. The Haunted Mansion has many skeletons throughout the ride. The one that I most remember is right at the start as you pass a casket with a skeleton trying to get out. This ride is so much fun and I wanted to incorporate as many elements from the ride in the meal as possible. This dish is a bit disturbing, but isn’t that the point on Halloween!
Beef slowly simmered with dark Guinness ale, carrots, potatoes, onions, and celery served in a sour dough bread bowl with a garden salad on the side. This recipe is inspired by the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios which has an amazing menu of traditional British foods.
Countdown to 2020
I am joining the Countdown to 2020 hosted by Fantastical Sharing. A group of bloggers will be sharing the best of the best to end 2019 with a bang and get 2020 off to a great start. Be sure to check back to see all the best recipes this group is sharing.
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