Dice or cut the chicken breasts in into strips and boil until cooked about 80% through (you want to finish them off when added to the rest of the ingredients). Cover the bottom of a wok in olive oil and begin to saute the carrots on medium-high. After a few minutes, add the broccoli and onions. Saute all until crisply tender and then add the chicken. Cover the chicken with cinnamon, 2-3 healthy dashes of ginger, 2-3 dashes of cumin, a dash of cayenne pepper, 2 dashes of salt and black pepper (now is when you’d add the Sri Racha if you like it spicy). Mix until all the ingredients are evenly covered in the seasoning. Add chicken broth to the wok, cover and lower heat. Simmer for 5-7 minutes, adding the olives in the last minute of cook-time. Serve and enjoy!
2-3 tbsp of peperocini peppers (de-seeded and minced, or you can by the pre-sliced ones and just mince those)
2-3 tbsp of kalamata olices (de-pitted and minced)
1/2 tbsp of sea salt
2 tbsp of dried basil
1 tbsp of oregano
Black pepper to taste
Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees. Thoroughly mix all ingredients by hand in a large mixing bowl. Place meat mixture into a glass baking dish and form it into a loaf (or a heart for Valentine’s Day if you wanna get all romantical and shit). Layer the top of the loaf with strips of uncooked bacon. Depending on your oven, cooking time should be about an hour - but the meat inside should no longer be pink and the bacon on top should be crispy.
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