You will require:
- (x is the number of people)
- (2x) wide slices of bacon
- x large chicken breasts
- Oil (Vegetable/Sunflower will do, or use butter if you prefer)
- Tin Foil
- An Oven
- A Baking Tray
- An hour.
Preheat the oven to somewhere medium-low, ensure your chicken is defrosted.
If your chicken is not defrosted, defrost your chicken.
Tear off a piece of tin foil large enough to cover all chicken-breasts when lined up on the tray twice. That is, where len is the breadth of the breast, 2(len*x)+mzrk. Where mzrk is a random length that accounts for being able to do with said tin foil everything we are going to do with it. I really suggest you read this recipe fully before you try it.
If you haven’t read the whole of this recipe in the last few months, and are using it to create this dish, manufacturer 1 (One) cup of tea, cover the chicken with cling-film and sit down and read the recipe.
Place the baking tray somewhere safe
Put the tin foil on the baking tray
Pour some oil on the foil.
Put the chicken breasts close together (as in, lined up) on the oil on the foil on the tray on the surface.
Put the basil on the breasts on the oil on the foil on the tray on the surface.
Put the pellet with the poison in the flagon with the dragon, and the vessel with the pestle has the brew that is true.
Um. Hang on a sec.
Right, lay the bacon on the chicken one rasher per breast
Sprinkle Thyme over the bacon that’s on the basil on the chicken on the oil on the foil on the tray on the surface.
Wrap up the whole kit and caboodle in the tin foil, crimping the edges shut if you feel like it.
Put the baking tray in the oven for an hour.
Take it out, cut it up, serve it with peas, potatoes and Stuff. OR:
Sod it all and go out for pizza.