Well, there seems to be an idea of a swordfish meatloaf but no actual recipe. No one, psycho or otherwise, so far has been brave enough to create it. However there is a variation from Just a Pinch that uses salmon instead. Substitute swordfish in this recipe et voila!
But is the squid free range? That is what Wall Street execs who work in murders and executions really want to know. Sadly no, this is not actually a thing. Though the scene in the movie is awesome! This recipe from Great British Chefs is a squid ravioli recipe. However in place of the anchovy sauce try a lemongrass broth recipe from Bon Appetite.
When you’re on your way to return some video tapes, stop by this classic New York City restaurant! Or better yet, make it yourself at home. Click here to see their link on how to make a Cajun Marinated Rib Eye Steak!
While according to Patrick Batemen “New York Matinee called it “a playful but mysterious little dish”” it is pretty straightforward. This West African soup recipe is usually served with chicken, but substituting a sliced duck breast is easy enough. From the Daily Meal comes a great way to cook the duck separately from Chef Emeril Lagasse.
Instead of freshly chopped parsley, substitute cilantro in this recipe and you have a great version of the movie dish. If your dinner guests ask what to bring that will pair well with it, tell them duct tape. You need it for….taping something.
2. Mud Soup
This little known black bean soup simulates the appearance of mud but tastes delicious! Low in calories and full of health benefits, invite all your friends and your partner’s friends over. Or if you’re Patrick Batemen, “I know that your friends are my friends and, uh… I’ve thought about that. You can have ’em.” Click here for the recipe from Christy Wilson Nutrition.
So while they use romaine instead of arugula, it is easy enough to substitute one ingredient for the other. Grill your lettuce and give it a bit of charcoal flavor! This is a quick dish to make, especially if you have a lunch meeting with Cliff Huxtable at the Four Seasons in 20 minutes! Click here for the recipe from Best Recipe Box.