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Do you have a House Elf (I wish!!)? If you do, you will want to check out these 5 recipes for your house elf. Don’t worry, if you do not have a House Elf, you can still make these recipes.
What’s even better, you don’t even need to be a witch or wizard to create these delectable recipes so they are perfect to share with your Muggle friends and family!
5 Recipes For Your House Elf – Ultimate Dragon Burgers
First on the list is the Ultimate Dragon Burger! Now if you happen to be a mere Muggle and can’t get dragon meat (or are a vegetarian) you can follow this recipe for Epicure’s Tuscan Chicken Burgers. (yes, there is a non-meat option)
You will love this recipe. It’s versatile – you can use ground dragon, chicken, turkey or substitute a portabella mushroom. You can also swap out the bun if you are eating Keto, low-carb, or gluten-free (I have yet to find a gluten-free bun that I really enjoy with burgers). You can either cook this on the stove or the grill.
Bonus – anytime I can add Epicure’s Big Burger Sauce to something I am eating it instantly makes that meal magical, no lie. It’s truly that awesome!
5 Recipes For Your House Elf – Hagrid’s “Stoat” Sandwiches
I recently found out what stoat is, it’s weasel incase you are wondering. Of course Hagrid would be down for trying anything although I have pondered why he never went vegan as he is such an avid animal lover. Anyway, I digress, lol.
For this recipe, I opted to substitute the stoat (hence the quotation marks) because wizard or not, I’m not about to try weasel, lol. For this recipe, follow Epicure’s Teriyaki Banh Mi Sandwich. I love Epicure’s Teriyaki Dry Glaze and that these sandwiches have a bit of heat to them.
If spicy isn’t your thing, you can totally adjust the level of spice to your liking. Definitely be nice to your House Elf if you have them make it or they may spike your sandwich with too much spice. They will punish themselves for it, but they will still do it.
5 Recipes For Your House Elf – Enchanted Greens
You may know (or you may not) that Hogwarts has a Dangerous Vegetable Patch. Don’t worry, this Enchanted Greens dish is completely safe for your House Elf or you to make! I’m not a fan of eating things that may want to eat me as well!
Muggles refer to this dish as Sheet Pan Cobb Caesar Salad There are so many things that I love about this dish. One, clean up is a snap because you can prepare the salad on a sheet pan with the bake and roll pan (which can go in the dishwasher!). Two, I love enchanted greens. We probably have them (and other variations) once a week for dinner. Three, I love a good Caesar dressing and Epicure’s is rather tasty. Four, BACON!!! In this case, it is Epicure’s better than bacon topper. It’s so good!
5 Recipes For Your House Elf – Mythical Chicken on a Stick
This is definitely one recipe you will want your House Elf to make! I find it to be a bitt fussy (I hate dicing up the small bits and putting them on the stick, lol – I’m lazy, what can I say). Don’t get me wrong, it’s easy, just fussy – there is a difference, lol.
When I make this, I don’t put them on a stick, I just grill it separately so all the same flavors, but no fuss, lol. The Muggles call this recipe Teriyaki Chicken Kebabs. If you remember from above, I love Epicure’s Teriyaki Dry Glaze, it’s truly fantastic!!!
5 Recipes For Your House Elf – Spellbinding Flat Bread
Last, but not least, Spellbinding Flat Bread!! I know, I know, most people don’t describe food as spellbinding but hear me out. When a recipe is so versatile, I consider that spellbinding!
The recipe is also referred to as Chicken Fajita Flatbread. If you don’t have to eat gluten-free, you can buy naan bread at the store and use that. Since we have to eat gluten-free, I use Epicure’s Pizza Crust Mix and make smaller pizza crusts ahead of time seasoning the crust based on what I want to top it with.
This recipe is chicken fajita themed, but you could also do a Greek, Asian, or Italian variation if you so desired. You could make it vegan or vegetarian as well. See, spellbinding!!!
5 Recipes For Your House Elf – Wrap Up
So what did you think? Which recipe do you want your House Elf to make first? I would love to hear about it!
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