I raided the cupboards and found the ingredients below and racked my brain thinking what to make, I finally came up with paella.
Have a look and feel free to share your opinions
- 3 chicken breasts fillets, cut into chunks
- 2 small onions
- 1 fat garlic clove, crushed
- 300g basmati rice
- 850ml hot chicken stock
- 1 tin garden peas
- 1 leek
- 1 pepper (choice of colour is yours)
Get your chicken and place on an oven proof dish, put in the oven at about 200 C for around 25 mins.
Pour your rice into a saucepan cover with water and bring to the boil.
Heat the oil in a deep frying pan, add the onions and cook slowly until softened, about 10 mins.
Add the garlic, stir for 1 min, then toss in the peppers, mushrooms, peas and leek. Stir in the spices, then tip in the rice (after you have drained the water from it of course) Stir to coat the rice in the oils and spices for about 2 mins, then pour in the hot stock. Bring to the boil,
Remove your chicken from the oven and add to the rice mixture
Stir well to coat chicken, let the whole lot stand for 5 mins then serve.
This story really motivates me, read it and tell me what you think!!
Once upon a time, there was a large mountainside, where an eagle’s nest rested. The eagle’s nest contained four large eagle eggs. One day an earthquake rocked the mountain causing one of the eggs to roll down the mountain, to a chicken farm, located in the valley below. The chickens knew that they must protect and care for the eagle’s egg, so an old hen volunteered to nurture and raise the large egg. One day, the egg hatched and a beautiful eagle was born. Sadly, however, the eagle was raised to be a chicken. Soon, the eagle believed he was nothing more than a chicken. The eagle loved his home and family, but his spirit cried out for more. While playing a game on the farm one day, the eagle looked to the skies above and noticed a group of mighty eagles soaring in the skies. “Oh,” the eagle cried, “I wish I could soar like those birds.” The chickens roared with laughter, “You cannot soar with those birds. You are a chicken and chickens do not soar.” The eagle continued staring, at his real family up above, dreaming that he could be with them. Each time the eagle would let his dreams be known, he was told it couldn’t be done. That is what the eagle learned to believe. The eagle, after time, stopped dreaming and continued to live his life like a chicken. Finally, after a long life as a chicken, the eagle passed away. The moral of the story: You become what you believe you are; so if you ever dream to become an eagle follow your dreams, not the words of a chicken.