A Kransky battered sav for your thoughts
Last week (Tuesday) I was in Melbourne participating in a meeting. I got back into Canberra just after 6 pm and even though I had prepared in my mind to make a salad, I was tired and just wanted to eat something without cooking. I stopped at the Jamison Takeaway and bought a battered sav, a couple of potato scallops and a serve of hot chips.
The following day I went to see my ‘potato scallop-loving’ colleagues and mentioned the battered sav. The question arose, “How to make a battered sav better?”. We discussed a few options and finally arrived at the Kransky sausage. The Kransky sausage has its origins in Europe while etymologically, the word Kransky appears to be Australian. The next question was, “What sauce should a Kransky battered sav be served with?”. My friend with the greatest desire for battered savs, said in her mind, tomato sauce is the only sauce. I know that tomato sauce is a favourite of hers, she keeps a supply in a refrigerator at work. I also thought the battered sav should be served with coleslaw which turned my mind to cabbage.
On Friday, at the Canberra Hospital and Health Services, I shared my food challenge thoughts with a colleague including the cabbage conundrum. As I was about to suggest sauerkraut, she came up with the brilliant food fusion notion of Kim chi. Given my proclivity to combining cuisines, I thought this was a great suggestion. I needed to seek out some Kim chi. The other sauce I thought might go well with the Kransky battered sav was some wasabi aioli.
If you want the recipe you can find it at my food blog Yummy Lummy.
I went for a walk around Lake Ginninderra after the grocery shopping and enjoyed the blossoms that have bloomed even more since the last visit I made last week.
Tuesday night takeaway
A battered sav, a few potato scallops and a serve of hot chips
Friday night quesadilla
On Friday night I made a simple bacon instant noodles quesadilla for tea and served it with some avocado and sour cream
Blossoms and a bee on Lake Ginninderra
Burrito bowl with pulled pork
From Guzman Y Gomez
Kransky in the deli
Kim chi from the Asian grocer
Kransky battered sav with Japanese and Korean tones
Questions and answers
Why do you like battered savs?
The battered sav according to Roy and HG
If you want more from Roy and HJ check out their new podcast. I listen to them every Saturday evening.
What is the next food challenge?
I believe I need to begin a diet. Seriously, I need to lose weight.
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