Chicken with Preserved Lemon, Chillies and Coriander


4 chicken breast fillets cut in half lengthwise.
2 tabsp olive oil
then another 2 tabs olive oil,
2 garlics finely chopped garlic,
1-2 small, finely chopped red chillies
1 tabsp honey.
2 tbsp finely chopped preserved lemon
1 tbsp chopped chives
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
handful coriander leaves..
potatoes to serve it with and salad
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·Cut 4 chicken breast fillets in half lengthwise so they are easy to cook. Skinny is good. It’s a great way to trick yourself into believing there are less calories .
·Chop up the garlics
·Chop up the chillies
·Chop up the preserved lemon
·Chop up the Amex before it’s too late (and you hit Prada)
·Get out the honey honey
·Pull the leaves off the coriander.
·Think about how wonderful it is to be able to cook, eat divine food and shop all in one day
·Now pour a wine and get cooking
·Heat 2 tbsp olive oil in a large frying pan to moisterise and then cook the chicken over high heat for 3-4 minutes each side or until they are the same delicious brown as a new Miu Miu bag
·Add more olive oil about 1 1/2 tbsp olive oil, Good for the skin
·Then add the garlic, the red chillies and the honey on top of and around the chicken.
·Cook all that for 1 minute or 3 then add 2 tbsp finely chopped preserved lemon
·Add the chives, drizzle on some fresh lemon juice and accessorise with coriander
·Serve with chic potatoes and a green salad
·So pretty with all that green, red and lemon yellow
·So delicious

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