One of our all time favorite horror movies is Evil Dead. A few years ago when we found out that Starz was going to be doing a show featuring Bruce Campbell returning as Ash, we were beyond excited. Now Ash vs. Evil Dead is heading into it’s third season with the Season 2 Blu-ray debuting today! To celebrate the release of Season 2, we’ve come up with a deliciously groovy recipe for Necronominoms!
Locked and loaded with the same twisted humor and gory kill scenes groovy fans of the franchise are used to, Ash vs Evil Dead: Season 2 continues the chainsaw-slicing, shotgun-blasting fun from the first season. The season “roars back into action with Ash leaving his beloved Jacksonville and returning to his home town of Elk Grove. There, he confronts Ruby, only to find that she too is now a victim of evil and in need of Ash’s help. The former enemies have to form an uneasy alliance to give them a chance of success as Elk Grove soon becomes the nucleus of evil.”
When coming up with our Necronominoms, we went through several ideas. However, we wanted to create something that while gruesome looking, was actually very tasty. We’ve all seen the Necronomicon pizzas and cakes, so how could we be different? The answer was toast! With the toast trend happening, why not give it a little horror flair? Next we needed the skin that covers the Necronomicon. Instead of using cheese like the pizza recipes, we went with prosciutto. The prosciutto creates a skin like texture that is perfect!
We hope you’ve enjoyed our recipe for Necronominoms! We are starting to gear up for Halloween! That means you need to tell us what movies you want to see recipes for! Leave a comment below or tag us on social media using the #GeekEats hash tag! We can’t wait to hear your ideas!
- 2 slices Whole Wheat Bread
- 6 slices Prosciutto
- 4 tbsp Spreadable Goat Cheese (We used Vermont Creamery)
- 4 tbsp Fig Preserves
- Toast bread.
- Spread a layer of goat cheese on each slice of toast.
- Top goat cheese layer with fig preserves.
- Arrange 3 slices of prosciutto to fit bread.
- Trim the pieces to fit reserving trimmings.
- On a cutting board, cut out the eyes and mouth.
- Lay the prosciutto on the toast.
- Arrange trimmings to look like pieces of skin.
- Broil in oven for 1-2 minutes to crisp the edges of the prosciutto.
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