- 1 packet of small shaped pasta (whatever type)
- 1 sweet potato (or pre-chopped)
- 1 bag of spinach
- 1 packet of feta
- 1 red onion
- 1 packet of coriander
- 2 chicken breasts
You'll want to make a good big pot of this because it'll work for dinner, and then a couple of lunch boxes.
Put a pot of water and a large frying pan on the heat.
Peel an onion.
Slice it up as thinly as you possibly can.
Throw a bit of oil into a pan and put it on a medium heat.
I'm lucky because I found a bag of pre-chopped sweet potato. You might need to peel and chop yours. Nice small pieces is key here.
Throw the onions and the sweet potato into the pan.
Keep them stirred and over a low heat, moving them every couple of minutes.
Grab the whole bag of coriander.
Chop the heck out of it with a big sharp knife.
Have it nice and fine like this.
Crumble up the feta cheese just using your hands; make sure you wash them first though, you filthy animal.
Set the coriander and feta cheese onto a plate to one side for later.
When the water comes up to the boil, throw the pasta in.
With the sweet potato getting soft, add half a glass of water. This will help bind it all and soften it up.
Stir it all up and cook for another three to four minutes.
The mixture should be very soft, but not mushy.
Turn the heat off and add the entire bag of spinach.
It will be piled up over the edge of the pan, but don't worry, it'll shrink down soon.
Add the pasta once you have strained it.
Stir the whole thing and the dish should be starting to take shape.
Take it off the heat and make sure it cools right down. Don't mix it yet!
Lash on a chargrill pan (or a frying pan if you don't have one).
Grab two chicken breasts.
Slice them into nice thin pieces. The thinner, the better.
Put a bit of oil over them and season with salt and pepper.
Add them to the piping hot pan.
Don't mess around stirring them; just let them cook. Once they start colouring, start flipping them.
They should cook through in no time at all.
When the pasta has cooled down, add in the feta and coriander.
Plate it up.
Top it off with the chicken, and you have an insanely good dish. `Delish.