"Oh, they're so easy to make. I'll get you the recipe." - Kronk
The Emperor's New Groove takes place in a setting that's half-contemporary, half-Inca Empire. My take on Kronk's signature dish is fairly modern to match the depiction in the film.
I flavored my puffs with garlic because it's used in modern Peruvian cuisine, but you can substitute any herb that goes well with spinach (like 1 tablespoon of dill). Kronk also mentions salt as an ingredient in Kronk's New Groove, and feta cheese is a good substitute for what was available in pre-Columbian Peru (they didn't have cows - they had llamas!).
If you have leftover spinach filling, you can make an easy baked pasta dish. Mix the filling with fresh pasta (and optional sour cream), add a layer of tomato sauce, and top with shredded cheese. Bake at 350 degrees F for about 30 minutes.
♦︎ The Emperor's New Groove ♦︎ Kronk's New Groove ♦︎ The Emperor's New School - Puff Piece ♦︎