May 27, 2014

Parmesan crusted zucchini chips


Tonight I took the plunge and tackled the parmesan crusted zucchini chip and won.

The parmesan crusted zucchini chip is tasty, easy and relative cheap to make.

You will need:
2 large zucchini's
25g parmesan cheese
25g panko bread crumbs
Olive oil
Salt
Pepper
 
Method:
1. Preheat a fan forced oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
2. Line a baking tray with baking paper.
3. Cut zucchini in half and into thick chips.
4. In a shallow bowl or plate of olive oil dip the zucchini pieces and remove.
5. Dip the zucchini pieces into a bowl of combined bread crumbs, parmesan, salt and pepper.
6. Place zucchini onto tray and bake for 40 mins.
7. Remove from oven and serve.


Medieval Fayre


Over the weekend was Blacktown City council annual Medieval Fayre which hubby, baby and I decided to check out.

The fayre has been running for several years now and is held at Nurragingy Reserve in Doonside. There were many stalls selling medieval paraphernalia, food and drinks. There was combat displays and a jousting competition.


The reserve also hosted a Green expo where I managed to pick up two free plants, Thai basil and Vietnamese mint. All in all with the beautiful warm weather we are experiencing in Sydney it was a lovely Sunday out!


May 11, 2014

Meze Me, Rouse Hill


Yesterday was a day of eating as we celebrated mothers day with my mother in law for brunch and dinner with my mum. Having previously had Meze Me's impressive and filling four course breakfast it was only natural that I was going to suggest Meze Me for a late breakfast.

Here is a glimpse of one big breakfast!

Course one: Cous cous with, nuts, dried fruit, rhubarb compote and warm cardamon milk.


Course two: Breakfast platter filled with eggs three ways, sausage, bacon, hash browns, mushrooms, haloumi, tomato, turkish bread, Lebanese bread.


Course three: Lamb mince, feta,spinach and tomato tagine topped with egg.


Course four: Banana pancake with butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream.