Delicious finger-licking, lip-smacking, spicey, sticky chicken served with roast pumpkin and a salad of butter lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, corn, cherry tomatoes and rockmelon. Expertly assembled by my darling wife, recipe from Jamie’s 15 minute meals.
… and herby vegetable cous cous and tzatziki. A delicious cous cous salad with peas, capsicum and dill finished with feta cheese and a herb crusted chicken. Lovingly prepared by my loving wife, recipe from Jamie’s 15 minute meals.
Hand thrown noodles in soup with mushroom, minced pork and fried anchovies. Although not a dish I’ve ever had before, suffice to say that it was different but still tasty. Available Tuesdays at Albee’s Kitchen, Cabramatta
Malaysian style. Looks very similar to the Vietnamese version but the taste is a lot less salty and overall more subtle (the way I like it) From Albee’s kitchen, Cabramatta
Except there isn’t that much pepper (or chilli, as is common) a bit of salt though, and what seemed like a fairly eggy batter. Not bad by any means, just a typical appetiser. At Thanh Binh, Newtown
Are you beginning to see some sort of pattern forming? There is just something about duck salad and I actually first discovered it here with my brother years and years ago. At Thanh Binh, Newtown
That is not bánh xèo, THIS is bánh xèo! Where are the herbs, where is the crispiness, where is the flavour? Sadly this is one dish they can’t seem to do too well… At Thanh Binh, Newtown
I rarely order deep fried food at Vietnamese restaurants let alone spring rolls. And yet these are absolutely an exception – incredibly crispy exteriors they have. At Thanh Binh, Newtown