Yesterday I went for breakfast with a friend in town at Freiblick which is a really nice place on the roof of a big department store here.
I had a really lovely breakfast with egg, ham, muesli, and vegetables so I was quite full and decided not to have anything for lunch, I wouldn't have been able to anyway.
but knowing myself I knew I would be hungry again in the evening. plus there was football on (Austria-Germany) and I always need food for football.
so I knew I had to find something but as I was full for most of the day I only really started thinking about it late in the afternoon (I can't really be creative when I'm full).
I decided to go to the shop and let the stuff there inspire me, which is a bad thing for some people because then they just buy everything they would like. but somehow it really works for me and I ended up getting a chicken breast, two corn on the cobs and some yogurt for the tzatziki I'm probably going to make tomorrow (greek day!).
back at home I still couldn't decide what exactly to do with the chicken and whether I would make rice or pasta as a side dish. all I knew is that I was going to do the corn on the cob in the oven (which turned out lovely by the way!).
I knew I wanted to make something with sage because I just love the taste especially with chicken or pasta in the summer. and standing in the kitchen I knew I wanted rice and I had some coconut milk left from when I made the chicken korma so I wanted to use that too.
and this dish here is basically what I created. it sounds a lot more fancy than it is, but I just didn't know what to call it basically. enjoy the recipe. it's really easy to make too and you don't even need that much for it.