Chicken with a mint and lime marinade in pitta pockets
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1 teaspoon of dried mint (or finely chopped fresh mint)
Dice the chicken breast into small cubes. Mix the lime juice, cumin, coriander, turmeric and mint in a bowl. Coat the chicken in the mixture and marinate in the fridge for 24 hours (you can do it without marinating for very long if you like).
Chop up the lettuce, tomatoes and cucumber into small pieces and put them into a bowl.
Mix the houmous and Greek yoghurt in a bowl.
Fry the chicken in a big frying pan. The lime juice will come out of the chicken, so keep frying until it's all reduced.
Warm the pitta pockets in a toaster and open them (take care not to let the steam burn your hand!). In the picture shown, I used large pittas, so I cut them in half instead.
Stuff in the ingredients however you like. I prefer to coat the inside of the pittas with the houmous/yoghurt and then layer the ingredients, but if you're preparing many for a large party, it's much quicker to mix all the ingredients together and spoon the mixture into the pockets.
Get stuck in and don't forget the paper towels - it can get very messy!