We love using fresh produce from our garden when we cook. As ive mentioned before, its something i learned to love when I was training to fight. These days it serves to keep me interested in eating healthy and as fake chef/ foodie it’s indispensable lol. You can’t beat it.
For this dish we used cilantro and basil and topped off with fresh spinach. A little garlic powder and Sage tossed on the chicken while it grills, gives you just the season to go with the fresh herbs. Good fresh herbs will have pop of their own. In this case I used my panini grill but I often use my charcoal grill outside for this dish. Then we eat on one of our patios
We served it on Bolillo Rolls we get at Sam’s Club. We love them and use the for all sorts of things. You get lots and they are fresh and inexpensive. While we were at Sam’s we also grabbed a bottle of Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend. We had that while we cooked and relaxed. It was excellent for an inexpensive wine. I was impressed with its character.
Basically once you’ve added your spice and herbs, there isn’t much to do. Let it grill, panini grill will get it there pretty quick so pay attention!!! Cut the breasts up. Mix with herbs and spinach evenly. Boom, you’ve got a great and healthy meal in a bun. Quick, easy and attractive ( guests are impressed if you serve things that are eye pleasing).
You can have food that looks and tastes great but still meet your training requirements. You just have to work at it a bit. Try some ideas like this and see what I mean.
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