Saturday Night Take Out.

Vietnamese Chicken  Dinner

Saturday Night Take Out  1

27th March 2021 5.00-5.45 Collection (LE9)

There is a bit of a change this time. It will be on a Saturday instead of Friday. The collection time is moved to a little bit to later.

I have been cracking my head on what to cook. I have done so many, so I decide to dig into my old recipes and there are some that I have tried again and again, but somehow I have not been cooking them as often as I should.

This time it is Vietnamese Chicken. I first had this in a Vietnamese restaurant many years ago, and I recreated it successfully. The dish is full of fragrant herbs and a balanced flavour. It will be unlike what you are used to in a chicken dish. The bursts of the herbs will awaken your palette.

We need a soup. as the Chinese normally do not have starters. So it will be glass noodle soup with minced meat.

For vegetables, it will be what I find is best on the day. It will be a stir-fry or somewhat like it. Of course we have rice.

For cake, It will be carrot cake.

The menu is uncomplicated. Here goes the menu.

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 Glass Noodle Soup

                                                                                    Mung bean noodles, minced pork                                                                                     (soy, sesame, gluten)

 Vietnamese Chicken 

                                                              Chicken cubes stir-fried in aromatic herbs with vegetables                                                              (soy, fish, sesame, gluten, shell fish)

Seasonal Stir-fried Vegetables

(soy,  gluten, sesame, celery, mushroom)

   Jasmine Rice

Carrot Cake

  (Flour (gluten), walnuts (nuts), vanilla,  sugar, vegan butter)

                                                     *(Gluten-free, diary-free, egg-free options available. Or if you need any                                                                                                                       clarification at all, please let me know before ordering

How to Enjoy

Soup is usually eaten with the rice, but you can serve it as a starter.
It can also be eaten the usual way with rice. Use a fork and spoon with the meal.
Spoon some chicken with the rice and pop it in your mouth.
You will get the full flavour when you eat the rice and the vegetables together.
Sometimes we spoon the soup over the rice as well.
Enjoy the cake with tea or coffee.


Allergy Info

*This meal contains soy, gluten, sesame, crustaceans, fish,   garlic, onions, ginger.

  This kitchen handles nuts and sesame.

If you have any allergies, please contact me for more info.

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I hope you will try this new dish.


Penang Lassie

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