Welcome to the most versatile dinner you’ll ever meet. Brought to you by my impromptu dinner tonight you can use this in salads, tacos, um, salads…
Okay, maybe it’s not that versatile but it’s deliciously simple. Get some Donna Hay philosophy up ya.
Lime + Oregano Chicken Salad
(an original recipe)
250 g sliced chicken thigh
1 tbs dried oregano
1 tsp olive oil
1 tsp crushed ginger
1 baby cos lettuce
1 tbs labna*
*natural greek yoghurt is fine as a substitute
1. In a bowl marinate your chicken with the oregano, salt and juice of one lime. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
2. Place oil in a small pan and allow to heat up until smoking. Place ginger and chicken pieces carefully without allowing any juice to enter the pan – this is so the chicken brown and chars. After the chicken shows some colour pour in marinade and stir until cook entirely – this should take less than 10 minutes.
3. Remove chicken from heat. Line a small bowl with baby cos lettuce leaves. Place the chicken and adorn with a generous spoon of labna.
Inspired by my last post you can even make miniature san choi bao. Awww!