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GeekFood #10: “Aussie Speedies!”

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Tonight’s recipe comes from Josh in Australia. This stuff is amazing! Totally worth your kitchen time. The whole family was down with this one and we can’t recommend it enough. Here are the P’s and Q’s.

Chicken breast
Pita/Mountain bread (ie, the circles of bread used in a wrap?)
Onion
Capsicums (I’m not sure if that’s what you call them… peppers maybe? They come in red yellow and green)
Potato
Chili powder
Chili sauce

Ok, here’s the important bit, prep… I’ll write it out in the order I do it, because it’s the one that gets it going easily.

Bring a flat frying pan to heat, then add oil. Have cut up your potatoes – this can vary from 1 – 5 or more depending on the quantity – then add the potatoes to the pan. While they’re frying – make sure to toss them while they’re in the oil – cut up the onion, capsicums – preferably two kinds – and then add them to the pan. In this order, because the potatoes take longer to cook than they do. Bring them close to fully cooked, before turning them out in to a bowl for a little bit.

While you’ve cooked the onion, etc, have cut up your breast piece of chicken in to very small cubes. Add some more oil to the pan, let it heat, then throw in a whole heap of chili powder. Swirl it round, then throw in the chicken. Make sure the heat is up, and sear the chicken, making sure it turns white on all sides, before adding back in to the pan the veggies from before.

That won’t take long to finish cooking, so have your circles of pita bread laid out on plates. Spread a generous (or appropriate amount) of chili sauce over it like you would tomato sauce on a pizza base. The sauce can vary depending on how hot you want it, what I want to make mine perfect is something thick and extremely hot. Then simply turn the contents of the pan out on to the bread, making a sizeable row of it in the middle of the bread, so that you will be able to wrap it up afterwards.

There it is! Let us know what you think! And send your recipe ideas to us! GeekFood at Gmail dot com. :)

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September 17, 2007 - Posted by | Shows

8 Comments »

  1. worth a try..

    Comment by Mujako | September 17, 2007 | Reply

  2. In order, huh?

    “Have cut up your potatoes” “have cut up your breast piece of chicken” :p

    Comment by Brad | September 17, 2007 | Reply

  3. fyi what aussies call capsicums, americans call bell peppers

    Comment by clarice | September 17, 2007 | Reply

  4. [...] HEY! Scott and Kim over from MyExtralife and Geek Food did my recipe on the latest episode of Geek Food. Check it out here! [...]

    Pingback by joshshill.com » Blog Archive » My Own Recipe… | September 18, 2007 | Reply

  5. Lol, capsicums… :D Yeah, they’re called “bell peppers” dude. :P

    Comment by Micah | September 20, 2007 | Reply

  6. The photo of the Aussie speedies looks delicious. Will have to give it a try.

    Comment by Teresa Jewell | September 21, 2007 | Reply

  7. Just tried this, awesome!

    Comment by Haro | October 3, 2007 | Reply

  8. lol i bet that’d taste alright! I’d recommend sriracha.chilli sauce.. its the best and i bet will go well with this :D

    My Blog =D

    Comment by JenBear | December 9, 2009 | Reply


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