A final banquet: the home chef shows off her ‘poker platter’ on Saturday night during a corona virus outbreak
The ultimate lockdown party: home chef shows off her ‘poker platter’ on Saturday night – but not everyone is on board with the idea
- A home cook shared a ‘poker dish’ filled with food on Saturday evening
- Many quickly described the meal as the ultimate ‘lockdown party’
- While many were fans, some said it wasn’t a good idea to share during COVID-19
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A talented home chef showed her ‘poker dish’ on Saturday night – after she was forced to isolate herself amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The woman from Australia shared the results of her ‘party’ on Facebook, saying she used ‘all Kmart plates’ and an assortment of delicious food.
The cook included Cole’s fresh chicken wings, a cheese and bacon cob bread, fries, bread, and an assortment of dips on her platter.
A talented home chef showed her ‘poker dish’ on Saturday night – after she was forced to isolate herself amid the coronavirus outbreak (photo)
The dish was a huge success online, with thousands of people saying it looks ‘delicious’ and is ‘the best food idea I’ve seen for locking’.
“Do you deliver at home?” a Facebook user joked.
“This is sensational,” added another.
While the majority of people were impressed with the ‘poker dish’, not everyone was on board as a food idea today.
“It looks great, but dishes are not really a good thing at the moment,” said one woman.
“Anyone picking food from the same plate is a good way to spread the virus.”
This is not the first time the woman has created a successful dish, previously sharing her delicious ideas about the Christmas season (photo)
Strict new rules require people to be particularly careful about their hygiene standards and wash their hands.
Sharing food and sitting or being too close to people can transmit the virus.
However, the majority said they thought it was a “fantastic idea” and that it was not necessary at this time.
How to make cheese and bacon cob cob
500g cob bread
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 small onion, finely chopped
200g bacon strips, cut into cubes
2 tablespoons chopped chives, plus extra to serve
250 g block of cream cheese, softened
2/3 cup (160 ml) cream
2/3 cup of sour cream
1 1/2 cups grated cheddar cheese
1 skewer or baguette, cut into slices
1. Preheat the oven to a temperature of 180 ° C / 160 ° C. Line a large baking tray with parchment paper.
2. Cut 4 cm from the top of the bread to form the lid. Spoon the bread from the center of the bread, leaving an edge of 1.5 cm. Coarsely tear or chop pieces of bread.
3. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add onion and bacon. Cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until the bacon is browned and the onion has softened. Remove from the fire.
4. Add chives to the bacon mixture. Stir in the cream cheese. Mix until combined. Add cream, sour cream, and grated cheese. Season with salt and pepper.
Spoon the mixture into the bread. Place lid, bread pieces and baguette in a single layer around the bread. Bake for 20 minutes or until lightly toasted.
6. Sprinkle the dip with extra chives. Serve hot.
While many were on board with the idea of dishes during self-isolation, others did not think it was a good idea to share food during the outbreak of the coronavirus (poctire
Dishes as a food trend hit the headlines late last year, when savvy home chefs started putting together elaborate plates piled high with desserts like pavlova, cheese boards, and more.
The woman said she’s made all kinds of dishes in the past – including appetizers and puddings – and she always uses the same Kmart dish.
“In fact, I use the same setup for all of my dishes that I make, and I’ve also added photos of my Christmas cheese platter and pavlova platter,” she said.