Back when I was cool and relevant and lived in Darlinghurst when I was just a girlfriend, maybe even a fiance, Rob and I would trot these out all the time. It was one of those lunches you would eat in the late afternoon, after we had had breakfast at a cafe, then home to have sex, read the papers and even a nap. Because that was so exhausting. You would wake hungry, want to eat something before heading off to the pub for an afternoon session with no real plans, nowhere particular to be, no one to answer to, but ourselves and our immediate desires. I don’t miss those days at all. Ahem.
Last Saturday we had them for lunch, but the only thing in common was um, nothing, except that we made them. They are delicious, easy and pretty healthy too.
2 Chicken breasts
Bunch of coriander
Salt & pepps
: Chop up the shallots and capsicum into small dices and finely chop the coriander
: Chop the chicken in the same small size and pan fry. Season with plenty of salt & pepper and when cooked set aside
: Fry up the capsicum, shallot and coriander & chilli until softened and season with a little tabasco for extra kick (and for the non kids version). After a few minutes toss the chicken back in and check flavouring for more salt or pepper (or chilli) needed.
: Into a fry pan put the tortilla in over a high heat and on one side spoon in some mixture. Top with tasty cheese and extra coriander. Then flip over the other side to cover the mix so you have a half moon. Turn the moon over the cook the other side of the tortilla.
: Cut and serve immediately
: If I was a food stylist and not a normal person who was starving hungry with a little person pulling at my top asking me for a drink, I would add a sprig of coriander and a lime wedge. But I’m not. You get the drift right? Enjoy!