Hana showed me her beautiful house that’s complete with 4 gorgeous chooks and amazing veggie patch (looked after by her partner Toby). For the blog she made this delicious broccoli strudel – something different and very very tasty!
Hana and her favourite chook Florence.
- Who: Hana Watson
- Home is: Sydney
- Family origin: Australian
- I can’t live without my: Coffee
- Occupation: Design student at COFA majoring in ceramics and jewellery and waitress at Felix
- Dream job: Anything where I can make jewellery, ceramics and cook good food without having to worry about money
- Childhood taste: My Dad’s meat lasagne, Grandma’s rosemary scone, Mom’s broccoli strudel and shepherd’s pie
- I will always have in my pantry: Tin tomatoes, butter, dried pasta, minced meat
- The one place I must visit: The whole of Japan!
- Go to meal: Spaghetti bolognese and curry
- 3 Unforgettable meals: Dinner at Tetsuya’s when I worked there, beef cheek stew I made while camping, peking duck pancake at The China Club Hong Kong
- Perfect night in/out: In – A bottle of wine while watching River Cottage in front of fire, Out – Eating too much food and drinking too much wine at any restaurant
- My piece of Sydney: The strip of the Cahill Expressway as you come off the Macquarie Street towards Harbour Bridge – purely for the awesome view of MCA and the Opera House and anywhere near COFA/Darlinghurst
- I do my groceries at: Basics at Woolies, vegetables and butcher at Midway in Denistone East
- Guilty pleasure: McDonald’s cheeseburger dipped in BBQ sauce
- Who does the dishes: my boyfriend Toby
Tasty veggie patch produce by Toby.
Japanese ceramics hand made by the multi-talented Hana.
Writing down her family’s broccoli strudel recipe.
Prep time: | Cook time: | Serves 4
- 6 cups broccoli heads
- 1 cup diced onions
- 3 tbs butter
- 2 cups cheddar – grated
- 2 cups good quality bread crumbs – rye or sourdough bread
- 2 eggs
- juice of 1 lemon
- filo pastry
- salt and pepper
- Preheat oven to 190˚c.
- Sautee onions in butter until soft. Add broccoli and cook on a low/medium heat for approx. 8 minutes. Allow to cool slightly and add lemon juice, grated cheddar, eggs and breadcrumbs. Season and combine.
- Layer 6 sheets of filo pastry, brushing with melted butter between each sheet.
- Place 1/2 of the mixture at the bottom half of the pastry and wrap into a log shape. Brush sides and edge with melted butter as you fold to seal. Score top of strudel with knife.
- Cook on oven for 30 mins or until golden.
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