We are going with a Lion King Movie Night. We are finally sitting down to compare the live action to the animated in our #Movienightfriday. We tend to put the film on just to have an excuse to make our Lion Pizza, aka Veggie Pizza, which is one of Matthew’s favorites. I know a kid who loves veggies is rare indeed.
Anyway, Lion King is timeless in many ways. My Disney Film History and theorist in me wants to turn this into a when Lion King was set but y’all will need to join The Disney Pixar Connection Facebook Group for that. Lion King was set in Kenya though.
Have fun making your own menu and enjoy the food.
- Cookie sheet or baking stone
- Rolling pin
- cutting board
- Pizza cutter
- 1 Pizza Dough store bought is fine
- 1 1/2 Cup Marinara sauce
- 2 cups Shredded Mozzerella
- 1/2 sliced pepper, Orange and Yellow are less bitter
- 1/4 Cup Spinach
- flour for rolling out dough
- Preheat the Oven to 400 Degrees
- Sprinkle the flour down on your counter and knead the dough into a circle. Using your rolling pin roll out the dough while keeping the circle shape (unless you are doing a Sicilian Pizza) quarter turn your dough to keep the shape. Make sure to spread it as thin as possible withour tearing it.
- Place the dough on to the cookie sheet or pizza stone.
- Pinch the edges to form a crust. For a thicker crust you will pinch more while a thin crust will be less of a pinch.
- Using your spoon, spread the marinara sauce evenly up to the crust
- Spread the Mozzerella cheese in an even layer over the marinara sauce
- Cut your 1/2 pepper into strips and lay it down in any pattern you want. We make it look like a Lions whiskers
- Cover the pizza with the spinach
- Bake for 15 minutes
- Allow to cool for 5 minutes before slicing into it
Lion King Inspired Painted Rocks – Craft Habit
“Love Disney movies as much as we do? If so, you’ll enjoy this fun and colorful rock painting idea that was inspired by the movie Lion King.” – Sonja & Jane
The Lion King Printable Colouring Pages and Activity Sheets – in the Playroom
” The Live Action remakes that Disney have been making in recent years have been a huge hit in our house, and The Lion King was no different. Now this fantastic family film is out to watch at home, in digital or blu-ray / dvd so I’m sure we will be watching it again and again! If you did not see it in the cinema, then it’s definitely worth picking up a copy so that you don’t miss out.” – Anna and Luciana
West African Peanut Chicken Stew – What a Girl Wants
“West African peanut chicken stew is a hearty, comforting dinner that’s loaded with flavor, smoky spices, and a touch of spiciness. – Cynthia
lion’s head (asian pork meatballs with bok choy) – Season & Thyme
“A classic Chinese dish, Lion’s Head, combines ground pork with aromatics and breadcrumbs to create a delicate and delicious asian pork meatball in savory broth with tender greens.” – Sarah
instant pot african beef stew – Season & Thyme
“I don’t know about you, but I have certain types of cuisines I gravitate towards when cooking. I’m comfortable with soups and sauces. Michael and I love anything Greek flavored. Thai food is pretty accessible. You get the picture.” – Sarah
ROASTED CASHEWS – Recipes from a Pantry
“Try these addictive roasted honey sesame coconut cashews. Raw cashews are mixed with honey, shredded coconut and sesame seed and oven roasted to sweet nutty perfection. These sweet roasted cashew nuts will certainly become a firm favorite! Post includes a simple step by step guide on how to roast cashews. Suitable for people following a gluten-free, vegan or Paleo diet. – Bintu
PUFF PUFF – Recipes from a Pantry
“Guys, this Puff Puff is a traditional African snack. It is sweet, fluffy golden brown and suitable for vegans too. This is my tried and true method for making Nigerian Puff Puff. And I even have a step-by-step tutorial. Suitable for people following a vegan diet. – Bintu
NIGERIAN MEAT PIE – Worldly Treat
“The famous Nigerian meat pie is buttery and flaky, filled with savory meat sauce. This meat pie will leave you longing for more.” – Maur
SMOKY NIGERIAN JOLLOF RICE – Worldly Treat
“I am feeling controversial, so let me start by saying that Nigerian Jollof rice is and always will be the best as far as rice goes.I sense rotten tomatoes coming my way from my fellow West Africans after that bold statement! However, there is no denying that Jollof rice is a classic in the African region, no matter how the dish is prepared.” – Maur