5 Recipes Inspired From Game Of Thrones


The whole internet is buzzing about the Game of Thrones and we are going to add a tasty twist to all the hype. George RR Martin’s epic fantasy saga might be known for keeping the fans rooted to television or the books, but at the same time, it also boasts some delicious dishes that you could try out in your house.

Let’s enjoy some wine shall we?

This one is not strictly for the Game of Thrones fans out there as any foodie with a stomach for some good food could give it a dig. With that said, here is a look at some of the recipes that is heavily inspired from Game of Thrones.

Beef and Barley Stew

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The Westeros offers plenty of dishes worthy of being Lunch and the Beef and Barely stew is arguably the best one from the lot. Beef is cooked with some healthy vegetables like onion, turnips and garlic in the dish and it can be served with a fresh bread loaf. Get the Recipe here.

Abbacchio al Forno

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Who in Westeros doesn’t love roasted lamb with potatoes? It is a good candidate from the Game of Thrones series to serve as Lunch or dinner and though the dish is worthy of standing on its own, some wine would be great companion. Get the recipe here.

Dothraki Blood Pie

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The name might sound violent but in reality it is a fun dish. The Dothraki blood pie is actually a pastry made from black pudding. There are two versions of the Dothraki Blood pie and both of them are equally tasty. Get the Recipes here.

Aunt Mariah’s Lemon Sponge Cups

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Let’s move on to some sweetness shall we? The Lemon Sponge cup is the favorite dish of Sansa Stark and she has all the reasons to love it. Get the Recipe here.

Spiced Wine

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A Game of Thrones feast would never be complete without some wine. And instead of going with the traditional flavors, add in some cinnamon, honey and nutmeg while making the wine to get a spicy taste. Get the recipe here.

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