RECIPE: Jump Into Hyperspace With Our DIY Ronto Wrap Copycat Recipe from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Iain

Ronto Wrap

RECIPE: Jump Into Hyperspace With Our DIY Ronto Wrap Copycat Recipe from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Iain

Ronto Wrap

RECIPE: Jump Into Hyperspace With Our DIY Ronto Wrap Copycat Recipe from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

What Does Star Wars Taste Like?

Can you imagine being in that meeting? What a massive and rather esoteric undertaking. As fans, we seem to fixate on the multitude of facets Imagineers face when it comes to building wondrous worlds and audacious attractions. Yet rarely do we examine what it takes to capture the flavor of an entire universe… in a single bite! But, I believe in giving Galactic Credit where Galactic Credit is due.

Ronto Wrap

Having traveled to Batuu and back, I am pleased to report that the culinary creative team absolutely knocked it out of the galaxy. So, move aside, Banthas! We’re on a one-way trip to Bakkar’s Ronto Roasters, where 8D-J8 is gearing up to present a new Ronto Wrap Copycat Recipe from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Ronto Wrap

RONTO WRAP COPYCAT RECIPE FROM GALAXY’S EDGE – INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 Tbsp Red Wine Vinegar
  • 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
  • Salt & Pepper
  • 2 Cups Cole Slaw Mix
  • 2 Tbsp of Chopped Parsley
  • Pork Tenderloin
  • All Beef Hot dogs
  • 2 Shallots
  • 1 Tbsp Minced Garlic
  • ½ Cup Chicken Broth
  • 3 Tbsp Cream
  • 1 Tbsp Crushed Black Peppercorn
  • 1 Tsp Worcestershire
  • 4 Pitas, for serving

SUGGESTED MUSIC WHILE PREPARING RONTO WRAP COPYCAT RECIPE FROM GALAXY’S EDGE:

 RONTO WRAP COPYCAT RECIPE FROM GALAXY’S EDGE – PREPARATION:

  1. Whisk Red Wine Vinegar, Olive Oil, Parsley, Salt and Pepper in a bowl.
  2. Pour contents over Cole Slaw Mix and toss to coat.
  3. Brown Pork Tenderloin in pan
  4. Transfer Pork Tenderloin into a 400* oven until cooked through, leaving pink inside. About 15 minutes.
  5. Brown Hot Dogs in same pan used for browning the Pork Tenderloin.
  6. After Hot Dogs are done cooking, saute chopped Garlic and Shallots in same pan. Add Chicken Broth. Cook on medium-to-high heat.
  7. Add Cream, Crushed Black Pepper, and Worcestershire. Mix together and let it come to a boil.
  8. Cut Pork Tenderloin into thin strips. Place on pita.
  9. Lie Hot Dog over Pork Tenderloin.
  10. Pour Cole Slaw Mix over Hot Dog.
  11. Add sauce over entire wrap.
  12. Eat while watching the Suggested Viewing While Dining. This is the way.

Ronto Wrap

SUGGESTED VIEWING WHILE DINING:

SUGGESTED DINING APPAREL:

We hope you enjoyed our Ronto Wrap Copycat Recipe from Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! If you try recreating this recipe, be sure to share it on Twitter or Instagram and let us know by tagging us using @WDWNT. Did you know that this recipe was requested by a WDWNT fan? Have you own recipe request? Let us know in the comments section below.

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15 thoughts on “RECIPE: Jump Into Hyperspace With Our DIY Ronto Wrap Copycat Recipe from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios”

  1. I would say it’s more sausage than hot dog and the bread is more naan than pita but interested to try the slaw and sauce

    • It is most definitely more sausage!!! Good call. I am just trying to keep to as many ingredients as folks may currently have at home during quarantine. Also, I can’t wait to try this with naan! Yummm…

      Enjoy!

  2. lol seriously? SUGGESTED MUSIC WHILE PREPARING RONTO WRAP COPYCAT RECIPE FROM GALAXY’S EDGE:
    I’m 48 and I try and forget about that era.
    now Star Wars Headspace is pretty good to listen to while making this, and then listen to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Oga’s Cantina: R3x’s playlist #1 while you eat it…..perfection

    • Haha! Andrew, I was hoping someone would comment about thisThe Oga’s music is seriously good on an unexpected level. Good call, friend.

  3. Omg. I requested this and it HAPPENED! THANK YOU GUYS! I can’t wait to give this a shot! ^O^

    • Menlinda!

      I am so glad you saw! Thank you for the suggestion! Let me know how it turned out.

      • Hey Ted! My boyfriend saw this thread and decided to surprise me ^O^ He used what we had available (Hebrew National hot dogs and pork loin – center cut roast) and it came out great! We used our Anova to sous vide the pork loin (149°F for 2hrs), and boiled the hot dogs first then crisped them up in the toaster oven (400°F for 5min). It was delish! I was grateful and we were happy with being able to enjoy one of our favorite parts of our Disney trip at home ^-^ thank you again!!

        • Melinda,

          I am happy to hear this! What a fun surprise… Sounds like you’ve got a real keeper there! The way you cooked the pork loin has literally got my mouth watering. Great idea!!! Hope you keep following along and don’t be afraid to make a request.

  4. A whole tablespoon of peppercorns? Are you sure it wasn’t a teaspoon? Maybe the Worcestershire sauce was supposed to be 1 tablespoon?
    This was fun!

    • Mandy!

      Looking back over my notes I believe I did use a Tbs of peppercorns. However, if you want to dial it down… I am sure that wouldn’t hurt. Thank you for the comment, friend :) Glad you had a fun time!

  5. Delicious! We followed the recipe exactly as you recommended and they turned out great! Thank you so much for a delicious and fun activity!

    • Grace!

      Yayaya…. That is awesome! I am so glad you did. We are already craving them again :D

    • Grace!

      That is awesome! I am so glad you enjoyed them! We are already craving them again :D Can’t wait to do a compare and contrast when the parks open again!

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