Your Favorite Destination Dish Recipes Revealed!
We’re all missing our favorite restaurant meals and treats during this lockdown, and many establishments feel our pain. To ease it, they’re revealing sacred recipes for dishes that people can create at home in hopes of helping us ride out this difficult time in delicious style.
To celebrate the return of some of our favorites, why not plan a night in that feels more like a night out by making one or more of these iconic recipes? #ANightOutIn
Ikea Swedish Meatballs at Home
Our favorite Scandinavian company released a recipe for its coveted meatballs in that delicious cream sauce so you can whip it up at home. Schedule an ingredients delivery from your favorite market. It’s time to fire up your Haier range and get cooking. You’ll also find a recipe for everyone’s favorite breakfast sandwich at this link: McDonald’s Sausage Egg McMuffin.
Zuma Restaurant’s Sake Glazed Chicken Wings
Bring a bit of Asian flare to your wing repertoire with this upscale version of chicken wings that calls for only 5 ingredients, but you may have to stop by the local liquor store for two: Sake and mirin. But preparation is easy, and you can cook them on the grill outside which really brings home the idea of #ANightOutIn.
Double Tree by Hilton Chocolate Chip Cookies and Disney’s Dole Whip
When you crave comfort, you can’t get much better than a warm, gooey chocolate chip cookie, and Double Tree is famous for their delicious version. Make it at home for the perfect end to your dinner. For those craving something sweet and cool and reminiscent of your childhood trips to Disney World, recreate your favorite treat with this recipe for the iconic Dole Whip.
Celebrate Your Inner Child: More Disney Recipes
Disney feels our lockdown pain and wants to bring smiles to our faces once again by sharing several more of their delicious dishes once only available at their parks and resorts. Included in this list: Toy Story Land Grilled Cheese, Churro Tots, and Pooh Chips and Dip. You may not get to ride Magic Mountain, but you can still feel the magic at home.