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Here is my Special Recipe for... 

From the One and Only... HORSE

On Tour with.. HORSE

From Home Town Of... GLASGOW

This is what you need...

2 Chicken Breasts
Various Salad Leaves eg: iceberg, Cos and herbs, coriander, parsley.
Cucumber, tomato, peppers, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, soy and tamari sauce, balsaic vinegar.

This is how you do it...

Slice the chicken into BIG mouth portions. Heat the oil in a firm-bottomed pan, make sure it's hot. Add a sizeable quantity of garlic. (Amount depending on personal taste and who you're meeting later! Also, fresh is best! However, when I'm in a hurry I generally use Lazy Garlic ready diced in a jar. It saves time and your hands smell better!)
Add the chicken, moving it around searing it quickly.
Once browned, turn the heat down a little to ensure that the chicken gets cooked through. Meanwhile, make up the salad, preferably in largish bowls. Dress with balsamic vinegar, again the amount to your own taste. (Just don't drown it! It'll spoil the flavour!)
Turn the heat up under the chicken again, evaporating any unwanted juices; adding soy and tamari (tamari is my favourite; it's not quite as heavy a flavour as the soy).
Put the chicken into the bowls on top of the salad. (You might like to sprinkle a small amount of cheese over the tope if you like.)

Serve this with...As this is an entire meal in itself, I wouldn't recommend adding much else. A good crusty warm bread might be an option.

Wash it down with...A chilled white wine. Preferably chardonnay or sauvignon blanc, ideally Australian or Chilean.

Turn on the cool sounds of...'Music to Watch Girls Go By' (comp.) 'The space between us ' Craig Armstrong.

I love this recipe because...It's quick, fairly healthy, simple to do and very tasty.

I learned to cook this when...I had something similar in a restaurant.

I have cooked this for...countless thousands.

The special person I'd love to invite for dinner would be...(after my partner of course!) Ani di Franco

I song I know about food is...If I knew you were coming, I'd have baked a cake!, - Toast.