Mediterranean Potato and chicken bake
Preheat oven to 180 degrees Get a large baking pan Peel potatoes if you choose large ones cut them in half and cut a slit in the top. Lay them on the bottom of the pan. Spread half of the onion over them and 5 bay leaves scatters around. Place chicken pieces on top of the potatoes.
Put the remainder of the onions and bay leaves spread out evenly. Open your tin tomato and pour it on top ensuring that it is evenly distributed. In the tomato Tin put your tomato paste, cumin and salt with Luke warm water and mix until combined. Pour over chicken and potatoes.
Cover the meal with aluminium foil and cook for 1 hour then remove the foil and cook for a further 1 hour. To make the chicken really tender you can cook it with the foil for 2 hours and then a further 1 hour without it or until brown.
easy to make kofte (meat balls)
1 kg lean mince
1 teaspoon cumin
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/2 teaspoon oregano
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 handful of chopped parsley
1 large brown onion diced
Combine all ingredients and either place on stick or make patties and grill for 15 minutes turning when brown. Kids love eating in either pita bread it or in a salad with with tzatziki dip.
Ron Barassi Snr Park - Docklands
Located at the Bolte Bridge end of Docklands Drive this hidden playground is Surrounded by a sports field, community pavilion, barbeque ie facilities and a walking circuit.
The park is named in recognition of Ronald James Barassi Snr, who played as a rover for the Melbourne Football Club from 1936 to 1940.
The park features :
Ron Barassi Snr inspired the Australian Football League’s father-son rule, as Melbourne Football Club successfully lobbied the League to allow clubs to preferentially recruit the sons of past players in order to recruit his son Ronald Dale Barassi Jnr. Ron Barassi Jnr subsequently had a highly decorated career as both a player and a coach.
The park’s name was chosen following a public vote in September 2014.
509-529 Docklands drive,
discover melbourne with a flight on MELBOURNE'S STAR OBSERVATION WHEEL
Take the family on a flight of discovery through the Melbourne skies and see the city from a different perspective on the Melbourne Star.
Every night from dusk, the Star lights up the Melbourne skyline with a spectacular lighting display. Three and half kilometers of LED lighting engineered into the structure of the wheel generate more than 15 million different light combinations.
Each of the 21 spacious, air-conditioned cabins gives you an unparalleled, 360-degree view of the city. It's more than just a view - it's a complete experience, giving visitors and locals alike a new way to engage with Melbourne's vibrant cityscape.
We love going just before sunset so we can witness the Wheel's dazzling light show.
and beautiful colours of the sunset.
A Giant Lego replica of the Observation wheel is on display for all them lego fans
being just over 3m in diameter it is unquestionably the biggest and fully motorized wheel we have ever seen!
The model is a permanent display in the gift shop and can be viewed after the ride. 🎡
The District Docklands
May to Aug 11am – 7pm daily
Sept to April 11am – 10pm daily
Adult $36.00 Child $22.00
Family Packages available also
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101 Waterfront Way
Docklands VIC 3008
Ahoy there me hearties! Come aboard the tall ship