Five years ago today I got a phone call from my mother at 12:13am telling me that the police had come to our house. I had just got into a fight with some prick who owned a suit company in Adelaide. I was furious and ready to have him hurt badly. That call changed my … Continue reading ‘Humble’ Adelaide GP and Fiji philanthropist, Dr. Umanand Prasad, killed in Gepps Cross crash – Abel Prasad
Make extra sweetcorn and zucchini fritters for dinner and pack the rest for lunch. INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 cups self-raising flour 1 cup milk 2 eggs 2 large corn cobs, kernels removed 1 zucchini, trimmed, grated olive oil, for shallow-frying 1 cup tzatziki dip, to serve METHOD Step 1 Sift flour into a bowl. … Continue reading Sweetcorn and zucchini fritters cooked for Abel Prasad
There is something about a bond between brother and sister which is amazing. When I was watching the news a few days ago I started to cry after hearing of a brother who died shielding his sister from being shot by their father. This hero is Jack Edwards and when his murderous father John turned … Continue reading The sibling bond – Abel Prasad
Open sesame. What she found made her weak at the knees. A simple email from the Holiday Inn in Adelaide with a reservation for two. It requested an early check-in and early checkout.
INGREDIENTS 1 large eggplant 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoons mint leaves, chopped, plus extra leaves to garnish 200g fresh low-fat ricotta 4 eggs 6 baby roma tomatoes, halved 2 small Lebanese cucumbers, halved lengthways 1/2 cup (about 80g) mixed olives 1 tablespoon zaatar or sumac (see Notes) 100g low-fat feta, crumbled 2 tablespoons … Continue reading Arabic Breakfast cooked by Abel Prasad