Tonight’s dinner - crumbed chicken, avocado, tomato and coleslaw in a toasted brioche bun swerved chips, cooked in the oven with a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkled with salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika and rosemary. It was delicious, even if I do say so myself. My husband was pretty impressed too 😉
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Ooh that really sounds delicious. Glad you enjoyed it🙂🐰
What are you having them chips look good we've no potatoes only then thin oven fries I havnt been to park took pixie in tenfort and so many people it's worst than last weekend and theres more going to the edge paths close to tenfort I've been on here too long I'm not coming on any more today after tea my eyes are so tired think have lay down now have good night did you get your clear out done xx
Hey this looks so appetising Kaz I'm impressed so I bet hubby was too. And I can imagine is was delicious. 😊
Lovely I love all of it no wonder husband impressed I do my chips in microwave to soften the fry in bit of cold pressed rapseed oil xx
I've been low carb for a couple of years, so that's not a meal for me.
But that said, looks great. I have 2 or 3 carby meals a year. That plate could be one of them.
Happy Australia Day. 🇦🇺 🦘🐨 🥧
Sounds delicious, what temperature and how long for chips I cant get them just right either anaemic looking or too brown still no more deep fat frying.🥰💕
With the chips I cut the potatoes up up and microwave them for a few minutes. Then pat them dry with paper towel and put them in a baking tray, drizzle olive oil on them and sprinkle salt and herbs/spices, then cook at around 200 C got 30-40 minutes, turning them a couple of times.
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