Worried about your waistline? Antony's low-fat chicken dish is bursting with flavour but not with fat! Spinach and chickpeas are rich in iron, too.
Combine the three spices and dust the chicken breast with the mixture. Lightly oil a frying pan and cook the chicken for 7-8 minutes on each side, turning once, until ready.
Meanwhile, heat a large wok until very hot then add the oil, garlic and chilli and cook until the garlic is deep golden and the chilli has turned dark brown then discard the garlic and chilli from the oil.
Add the spinach over a high heat until wilted then add the soy sauce and pepper to taste. Stir in the cooked lentils.
Then make the mango yoghurt: combine the mango, chilli and mint then mix in the chutney and curry paste and fold in the yoghurt. This can be done in advance and left to infuse in the fridge if desired.
Pile the spinach mixture onto four warm plates. Slice the chicken and arrange it over the spinach, pour over the mango yoghurt and serve with a sprinkling of chopped peanuts.
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