Anyway, back to "How to Eat" I remember recalling a recipe in her Kitchen book called "Greek Chicken" which Nigella stated was a variation of the recipe in her How to Eat cookbook. I thought I would try this out, and must say I was pleased with the results of this low fat dinner.
I first started seasoning the Greek yoghurt with mixed herbs, chilli powder and salt (2 tbsp). I initially added one tbsp of salt but found the yoghurt had a sour aftertaste but the second tbsp of salt made the yoghurt taste better.
I then added the chopped cucumber and spring onions to the mixture and stirred.
I seasoned the chicken using mixed herbs, black pepper and garlic powder, and then slit the breasts to make the chicken quicker to cook (I was hungry!)
The finished product, I ate my Greek chicken with jacket potato and salad with the yoghurt mixture topping the jacket potato.Greek chicken.
I am entering this picture to a blog hop which is guest hosted this month by http://www.cookingcakesandchildren.com/2012/07/forever-nigella-17-sizzling-summer/ but is run by the fabulous Maison Cupcakes http://blog.maisoncupcake.com/forever-nigella There are usually lots of lovely variations of Nigella's recipes on these blog hops, so have a look at the lovely pictures.