The Royal Family Shares Their Favorite Dinner Dish

The Royal Family Shares Their Favorite Dinner Dish

Sarah Rae Smith
Dec 12, 2017
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It's hard to cook for a crowd and present a meal that everyone loves — especially when it comes to family. They're the first to let you know their thoughts and opinions, and they rarely hold back. But when it comes to being part of the Royal Family, this one dish (according to their former chef) pleases everyone. And honestly, it makes a ton of sense.

Do you have one dish that brings your entire family together? Growing up, the one dish that wasn't to be missed was grandma's taco casserole. I'm not sure if it was spectacular because it was the only dish my grandma made well (outside of a bowl of cereal) or if it was actually good. Regardless, it brought our entire family together and, for a few minutes, made the dinner table joyous and silent.

I can only imagine that the Royal Family's favorite dish did the same. I'm also pretty sure that none of them have had the pleasure of taco casserole before!

Country Living U.K. tells us that the dish that all the family members could agree on was called Queen Victoria Risotto. See, even the name sounds fancy! That said, like many quality meals, it has very few, top-notch ingredients. It's made with creamy risotto rice, Sicilian red shrimp, Parmesan, herbs, and Italian sparkling wine. All of this is a far cry from my grandma's fare.

If you're looking to make a batch at home, sadly we aren't privy to the recipe, but we're pretty sure that you can come close with a few tips, tricks, and recipes that are listed below.

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