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Fullmetal Alchemist Inspired Recipes

Fullmetal Alchemist Recipes

Sections: Snacks/Meals/Desserts/Drinks

Recipe Section

Recipe Idea

Character(s)

Location(s)

Event(s)

Notes

Dessert

Puppy Chow

Nina

Puppy chow is a really fun to make, kid-friendly snack that is particularly popular in my family around the holidays. It’s made from cereal, peanut butter (or other nut butter), chocolate, and powdered sugar.

Meal

Spicy Chicken Curry

Roy Mustang

Inspired by flame and fire alchemy. I’m thinking of pan-seared chicken and a spicy pepper curry sauce, with some charred vegetables along with it. This recipe will be somewhere between a curry and butter chicken, to be served over rice.

Snack

Gracia’s Spinach Quiche

Gracia

I love spinach quiche. I’m happy to let someone else have a go at this one if they really want it, but I have some good ideas I think.

Drink

Red Water Drink

Homunculi / Nash Tringham

Not sure if this is going to be more of a juice or more of a smoothie – I’ll play around.


Recipe Title

Puppy Chow

Recipe Category

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Snacks [ ]

Meals [ ]

Desserts [X]

Drinks [ ]

Chef Name

Sam

Recipe Inspiration

Nina and the chimera transformation

Allergens

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe ingredients contain any of the below allergens. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Dairy [X]

Eggs [ ]

Nuts [X]

Soy [ ]

Wheat/Gluten [X]

Fish [ ]

Shellfish [ ]

Dietary Requirements

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe is suitable for any of the below dietary requirements. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Vegetarian (no products containing meat or fish) [X]

Vegan (no animal or fish products or byproducts) [/]

Dairy-free (no dairy or dairy-containing products) [/]

Gluten-free (no gluten-containing products) [/]

Cooking Time

Chilling Time: About 20 minutes

Preparation Time

About 10 minutes

Number of Servings

6 large servings

Ingredients (one per line)

128g (1 cup) semisweet or dark chocolate chips

128g (1 cup) creamy peanut butter

768g (6 cups) cereal (chex or wheaties work best)

192g (1.5 cups) powdered sugar

Method

  1. Melt the chocolate chips and peanut butter on a stovetop of microwave (microwave in 30 second bursts, stirring in between).

  2. Pour half the cereal in a large bowl, pour half the melted mixture over the cereal and mix until coated.

  3. Add the rest of the cereal and the rest of the peanut butter-chocolate mixture.

  4. Let cool in the fridge until chocolate is hardened.

  5. Toss in powdered sugar and store in an airtight container.

Recommended Substitutions (OPTIONAL)

  • Dairy free chocolate can be used to remove dairy.

  • Gluten free cereal can be used to remove gluten.

  • Sunbutter can replace peanut butters to remove nuts.


Recipe Title

Spicy Chicken Curry

Recipe Category

Please indicate with an “X” which category the recipe is for.

Snacks [ ]

Meals [X]

Desserts [ ]

Drinks [ ]

Chef Name

Sam

Recipe Inspiration

Roy Mustang’s flame alchemy

Allergens

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe ingredients contain any of the below allergens. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Dairy [ ]

Eggs [X]

Nuts [X]

Soy [ ]

Wheat/Gluten [ ]

Fish [ ]

Shellfish [ ]

Dietary Requirements

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe is suitable for any of the below dietary requirements. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Vegetarian (no products containing meat or fish) [/]

Vegan (no animal or fish products or byproducts) [/]

Dairy-free (no dairy or dairy-containing products) [X]

Gluten-free (no gluten-containing products) [X]

Cooking Time

20-30 minutes

Preparation Time

15-20 minutes

Number of Servings

4

Ingredients (one per line)

4 large chicken breasts, cut into chunks

28.6g (2 tablespoons) coconut oil

42.9g (3 tablespoons) thai red curry paste

12oz coconut milk

85.8g (6 tablespoons) creamy peanut butter

28.6g (2 tablespoons) brown sugar

28.6g (2 tablespoons) red chili paste (can add more to taste)

64g (.5 cup) water

5g (1 teaspoon) salt

4 chopped green onions

1 white onion chopped

2 cloves of minced garlic

4 eggs

Method

  • Cook the chicken in the coconut oil on medium-high heat until seared and cooked all the way through

  • Add white onion, cook until translucent

  • Add eggs, scramble

  • Add thai curry paste, peanut butter, brown sugar, red chili paste, salt

  • Once combined, add garlic, coconut milk and water

  • Simmer for 10 minutes; if too watery add a bit of cornstarch until the sauce thickens

  • Plate over rice and top with green onion and chopped peanuts

Recommended Substitutions (OPTIONAL)

It should be similar to replace the chicken with tofu for vegans/vegetarians; vegans can omit eggs or use an egg substitute


Recipe Title

Gracia’s Spinach Quiche

Recipe Category

Please indicate with an “X” which category the recipe is for.

Snacks [X]

Meals []

Desserts [ ]

Drinks [ ]

Chef Name

Sam

Recipe Inspiration

Gracia and the Hughes family

Allergens

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe ingredients contain any of the below allergens. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Dairy [X]

Eggs [X]

Nuts [ ]

Soy [ ]

Wheat/Gluten [X]

Fish [ ]

Shellfish [ ]

Dietary Requirements

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe is suitable for any of the below dietary requirements. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Vegetarian (no products containing meat or fish) [/]

Vegan (no animal or fish products or byproducts) [ ]

Dairy-free (no dairy or dairy-containing products) [/]

Gluten-free (no gluten-containing products) [/]

Cooking Time

35-45 minutes

Preparation Time

About 45 minutes (30 minutes wait time)

Number of Servings

About 8

Ingredients (one per line)

Crust:

  • 1 large egg

  • 42.9g (3 tablespoon) cold water

  • 192g (1.5 cups) flour

  • 3g (.5 teaspoon) salt

  • 143g (10 tablespoon) cold, cubed butter

Filling:

  • 6 eggs

  • 128g (1 cup) heavy cream

  • 64g (½ cup) milk

  • 1 package of bacon (about 1 lbs)

  • 256g (2 cups) chopped spinach

  • 128g (1 cup) of sliced mushrooms

  • 9.5g (2 teaspoons) salt

  • 5g (1 teaspoon) pepper

  • 64g (½ cup) swiss cheese

  • 64g (½ cup) cheddar cheese

  • 64g (½ cup) mozzarella cheese

Method

  • Preheat the oven to 375F

Crust:

  • Whisk the egg and cold water together in a small bowl

  • In a separate large bowl add flour and salt; mix until thoroughly combined or (preferably) pulse in a food processor

  • Add the butter to the flour mixture, pulse in a food processor or mix with a fork until the dough has a course grainy texture like lumps of sand

  • Add egg mixture to dough, combine until a smooth dough forms and roll into a ball on a lightly floured surface

  • Roll of the dough on a lightly floured surface so that it can fit your pie/quiche pan

  • Lightly grease your pan with butter and then press your dough into the pan, use a knife to cut off overhanging dough

  • But the pan w/ dough in the freezer for minimum of 30 minutes, and remove when you are ready to fill with filling

Filling:

  • Cook bacon as normal; chop the bacon into small pieces

  • Whisk the eggs in a bowl until thoroughly beaten, add salt, pepper, cream and milk and whisk until combined

  • Layer spinach, bacon, mushrooms and cheese in the pan

  • Pour egg mixture into the pan

  • Bake for for 35-45 minutes, until the gg mixture is set and the crust is golden

Recommended Substitutions (OPTIONAL)

  • If a gluten-free pr-made pie crust is used, the recipe becomes gluten-free.

  • Using unsweetened almond milk or other unflavored milk substitute and vegan cheese can make the recipe dairy-free.

  • Omit bacon to make the recipe vegetarian.


Recipe Title

Red Water Drink

Recipe Category

Please indicate with an “X” which category the recipe is for.

Snacks [ ]

Meals [ ]

Desserts [ ]

Drinks [X]

Chef Name

Sam

Recipe Inspiration

Homunculi and Nash Tringham

Allergens

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe ingredients contain any of the below allergens. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Dairy [ ]

Eggs [ ]

Nuts [ ]

Soy [ ]

Wheat/Gluten [ ]

Fish [ ]

Shellfish [ ]

Dietary Requirements

Please indicate with an “X” if the recipe is suitable for any of the below dietary requirements. Please instead use a “/” if you have recommended a substitute for the ingredient.

Vegetarian (no products containing meat or fish) [X]

Vegan (no animal or fish products or byproducts) [X]

Dairy-free (no dairy or dairy-containing products) [X]

Gluten-free (no gluten-containing products) [X]

Cooking Time

About 30 minutes

Preparation Time

About 24 hours (most of it waiting)

Number of Servings

About 24

Ingredients (one per line)

24 oz of raspberries

32g (.25 cup) lemon juice

24 oz pitted cherries

1536g (12 cups) water

384g (3 cups) sugar

*If of legal drinking age: add liquor of choice

Method

  1. Clean and rinse the raspberries and cherries (cherries should have the pits and stems removed); place berries in a large bowl.

  2. Pour the lemon juice over the berries, stir.

  3. Set the water to boil on the stove; stir in the sugar until dissolved.

  4. Pour the boiling water over the berries; let cool until room temperature (about 2 hours).

  5. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let it steep in the fridge for 24 hours.

  6. Strain the mixture through a wire mesh strainer into a large pitcher.

  7. Save the strained out berries – they are useful for smoothies and ice cream toppings!

  8. Store the drink in the fridge; serve with one part water and one part juice (it’s strong so dilute to taste to serve).

Recommended Substitutions (OPTIONAL)

 

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