I bought some filo pastry for something and then never used it, so looked up a couple of recipes. This is similar to one I found and, having tried it last night, I really liked it. It'll be going on my repertoire of easy, tasty evening meals. The chicken was cooked beautifully - really juicy and the sauce was really flavoursome - even though some seeped out. I learnt after breaking through the filo pastry on the second one that it would be easier to fold up if you put a tea towel or length of clingfilm on the work top before you lay out the pastry, and then use this to lift and roll the chicken breast. Filo pastry dries out really quickly, so once you've removed it from the packet, remove each sheet only when you need it and keep the rest covered with a tea towel at all times. If you're making more than two parcels, you should also cover the parcels as you make them.