The Royal Recipes is a new series I’ve started on my blog. I’m a Royalist and I love history, so trying to make these recipes is something I enjoy a lot.
It all started when I saw a TV Show in which they made the recipes after the original recipes. I got my inspiration from that TV Show, as I was getting so excited to try what they were making. Most of the time, in the show, they didn’t say the quantities, so I had to do a bit of research.
For some of the recipes, I haven’t discovered the original recipe. This meant I had to improvise when it comes to quantities. I’ve started the series with Tschumi’s Chocolate Cake, the Royal birthday cake for my birthday. The cake is amazing, well… the ganache is made with 450g chocolate. As you can imagine, it’s incredible delicious, if you love chocolate.
I’m very eager to try the other recipes I’ve seen in the show and search for new ones as well. Some of the recipes I want to share are new, made for Prince William and the Queen. Some are old, versions made decades ago, as the cake I talked about earlier.
I will share the story behind the recipe if I know it. I think this only adds more enjoyment when making the recipe. I wanted to start something special this year on my blog and the Royal Recipes is exactly what I was looking for.
If you want to try any of them, let me know. I would love to know how it turned out. Also, if you happen to have a royal recipe on your blog (and you have a blog, obviously), send me your link(s).
Don’t miss my other series: Taste the World. In that series I’m sharing vegetarian recipes from around the world. In some parts there are only 1 recipe, while for other cuisines I’ve shared many. It’s a fun thing to do.