Get your takeaway fix from Gary Rhodes

The UK chef and TV presenter has designed a dish for a Thai takeaway in Dublin

 

Gary Rhodes – remember him, the spikey-haired UK TV chef who once had his name over the door of a restaurant on Capel Street – is the latest guest recipe collaborator with takeaway business Camile Thai Kitchen. Rhodes, who now sports a more sedate hairstyle, has designed a healthier than usual version of priw wan, better known as sweet and sour chicken, sweetened with honey and served with wild and brown rice on the side (€12.95).

If you’re planning on dialling in dinner tonight, you can tick off a few of your five-a-days with this dish which includes peppers, onion, beansprouts, pak choi and pineapple. It amounts to 506 calories (841 with rice) and will be on the menu at the Dublin-based takeaway that has branches in Dún Laoghaire, Phibsborough, Rathmines, South Circular, Sutton, Swords and Rathfarnham, until the end of May.

“This is a no-nonsense dish and fantastic all-rounder. Priw wan is packed with flavour, high in protein yet low in calories, low in salt, and with absolutely no additives,” says Rhodes. Previous guest chef collaborations with Camile with chef Kevin Thornton, and food writer Susan Jane White. See camile.ie

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