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How to cook Luffy’s Meat on Bones in One Piece

One mouthful fans have witnessed the protagonist of the Luffy story being taken down by powerful enemies many times throughout the years. While he relies on his talented friends to bring him back into the fray over and over again, nothing can bring the future Pirate King back to his fighting form more often than a giant lump of flesh.

Now thanks One Piece: Pirate Recipes, a new one One mouthful– mouthwatering cookbooks published from manga provider Viz Media, you can also create hearty dishes delicious enough for a pirate king. The 96-page book curated recipes from moments throughout the series and was even “written” by Sanji, the chef of the Straw Hat Pirates. Each recipe in the cookbook is a real-world translation of a meal eaten at One mouthful or a food item inspired by characters, languages, or moments from the series. You can find instructions for meals like the saving bowl of fried rice that Sanji made for Gin at the beginning of the series, a dish inspired by the legendary floating island Skypiea.

One of our favorite recipes is an iconic meat block and Luffy’s favorite meal. In case you need to revive a friend who fell in battle or you just need a meat-heavy meal to make on Thanksgiving, here’s the recipe for Luffy’s Favorite: Meat on Bone.

Luffy’s Favorite Food: Meat on Bones (season 4)

Luffy's favorite meat dish on the bone recipe card

Graphics: Viz Media

Ingredient

4 chicken thighs
4 hard-boiled eggs
1/4 cup bread crumbs
3 tbsp. Milk

Mix (a.)
18 oz. (500 g) ground chicken
1 teaspoon. Salt
a little black pepper
1 egg
vegetable oil

Steps

  1. Make “tulips” chicken thighs. Use kitchen scissors to cut the meat off the tip of the drumstick handle (A). Roll meat down to bone until completely inside out.
  2. Soak bread crumbs in milk. Knead the mixture (a.) In the bowl, then add the breadcrumbs and knead again.
  3. Fold the meaty end of the drumstick around a hard-boiled egg (B). If the meat doesn’t cover enough, add cuts to loosen. Lightly oil your hands and then coat the breadcrumbs (C) over the drumsticks and eggs.
  4. Bake at 400°F (200°C) for 15-20 minutes, watching carefully.

https://www.polygon.com/22797421/one-piece-luffys-meat-on-the-bone-recipe How to cook Luffy’s Meat on Bones in One Piece

Aila Slisco

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