This simple meal takes 5 minutes to make and tastes absolutely sensational. It’s currently in season, and one of my favourite recipes when I want something hot, nutritious and quick. I’ve served with home-grown salad and Baby Tom Tomatoes from my garden.
Serves 2 as a starter or 1 for a hearty supper!
Olive/Sun Flower Oil
Next, heat two tablespoons of olive oil in a frying pan at a high heat. Add the breasts to the pan and quickly sear on both sides before turning down the heat. Pan fry on each side for approximately two minutes depending on how rare you like your meat and serve. This tastes delicious with red currant jelly and salad.
whole grain mustard
In a jug or small bottle add a few good grinds of sea salt, two teaspoons of whole grain mustard, two teaspoons of runny honey, a tablespoon of balsamic vinegar and dilute with a good glug of olive oil. Taste and adjust the quantity ratios to suit your palate and stir before serving.
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