Oxford Landing Estates

  • Serves 4
  • 30 minutes. (20 minutes active).


  • 500 ml Warer
  • 1 tbsp Sea Salt
  • 2 Free range chicken breasts Skin on
  • 2 cups Wombok (also known as Chinese cabbage)
  • 1 cup Spring Onions Thinly Sliced
  • 1 Red capsicum
  • ½ bunch Mint Leaves plucked
  • 1 bunch Coriander leaves plucked
  • 1 Red chili sliced and de-seeded


  • ¼ cup Lemon Juice
  • ¼ cup Grapeseed Oil
  • 1½ tbsp Rice wine vinegar
  • 3 tbsp FIsh Sauce
  • 2 ½ tbsp Brown sugar
  • 1 tsp red chili chopped
  • 1 clove Garlic chopped


Place the water into a medium size fry pan and place over a high heat. Once the water has come to the boil add the salt and chicken breasts, then turn the heat down to a gentle simmer. Place a lid on the fry pan, cook the chicken breasts for 3 to 4 minutes, then turn the breasts over and continue to cook for a further 4 to 5 minutes. Remove the chicken breasts from the water and place on a plate to rest. Once cool enough to handle, shred the chicken into pieces using a knife and set aside.

Finely slice the wombok, approx 2mm thick and place into large mixing bowl. Add the spring onion.

Cut each side from the capsicum, discard the top and the seeds, lay each side down on the chopping board, flesh side up. Then, carefully using a sharp knife, remove most of the flesh and all of the white pith and discard. Thinly slice (2mm thick) the pepper skin (which will have some flesh attached) and add to the mixing bowl along with the mint, coriander and chilli.

Add the shredded cooked chicken, then gently toss the salad together, set aside.

World's easiest dressing

To make the dressing; place all of the ingredients into a food processor and blend for 1 minute.

Serve it up

To serve, add half the amount of dressing to the salad and toss together well, then serve immediately and serve the other half of the dressing in a bowl in the centre of the table if your guests would like more.

And to drink?

2019 Chardonnay

Pale straw green in colour. Yellow peach and ripe nectarine aromas with wild honey and hints of lemon myrtle. These are supported by freshly cut hay and cinnamon spice complexities from wild fermentation. Layers of flavour build across the medium bodied palate reflecting not only the fruit but the use of wild fermentation and ageing on yeast lees. The slightest hint of oak comes through on the palate as a hint of cinnamon and spice, highlighting the complexity derived from barrel matured reserve wine. Balanced acidity gives the wine thrust through to the refreshing finish.

PDF tasting notes

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