I’m picky when it comes to chicken. Chicken is an overall boring meat to me and must be paired with a carbohydrate in order to be eaten. I rarely like fried chicken and rotisserie chicken is still not welcome on my plate. However, it is healthy for the most part and I can find ways to enjoy it.
I have always been a fan of Greek food, minus the shaved lamb (reminds me too much of skin). Even the chicken dishes were rather tasty to me. Which is how I decided to give it a try at home. Chicken:
~thawed chicken tenders (1 per half pita pocket)
~ marinate in olive oil, sea salt, pepper, lemon, dill, and garlic
~ I used my George Foreman to cook, but I would recommend grilling if you can.
Spread: I had leftover spinach yogurt dip that I used. However, a simple mixture of Greek yogurt, dill, lemon, salt, and pepper makes a great Greek-syle spread or even just use hummus.
~ roasted cherry tomatoes: half cherry tomatoes and spread on a cookie sheet. drizzle with olive oil. Put in oven at 325 for approximately ten minutes or until skin begins to wrinkle. Check periodically as to not burn.
~Feta cheese crumbles, romaine lettuce, thinly sliced red onions, pita pockets halved and opened.
~Stuff it all in and enjoy!