Lemon thyme & garlic chicken


2 chicken breasts

1 garlic clove finely sliced

1 large tsp. butter

1 tsp. olive oil

1 tbsp. white wine

1 tsp. Dufrais white wine vinegar

Couple of sprigs lemon thyme

4 chopped cappers

50ml single cream

1/2 tsp. honey

twist of black pepper

In a pot, melt the butter and olive oil on a medium heat, then add the garlic and cappers and lemon thyme. After a couple of minutes add the vinegar, white wine and depending on what flavour you’d like add 1/2 tsp. of honey and add the cream, allow to simmer on a low heat whilst the chicken is cooking.

Griddle the chicken  breasts for 5ms each side and serve with vegetables of your choice!


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2 Comments on “Lemon thyme & garlic chicken”

  1. The Cooking and Life Goddess Says:

    You mean the olives?! lol 🙂 Hadn’t thought about my strangers on a plate! It’s done more for aesthetics, just my way of presenting 🙂 But I agree with what you say, I’d rather enjoy my food than be a purist and miss something I love if my body can handle it. It’s all about balance, and it seems to be a little too trendy for people to claim ‘allergies’ or ‘intolerances’ these days. I guess it’s a case of know thy bod and enjoy thy fud!:D




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