Chicken and Mushroom and Green Olive Casserole

This recipe if for a delicious chicken, mushroom and green olive casserole with chilli and mint feta potatoes and garlic flatbread.



1 large onion chopped

2 large carrots chopped

2 oz butter or 3 tbsp olive oil.

4 chicken breasts, each cut into 4

3 cloves of garlic chopped /2 for the casserole 1 for garlic butter

1 tsp flour

2 tsp. ground cumin

2 pts. pre mixed chicken stock

1 tsp. dry oregano

1 punnet whole button mushrooms

100g pitted green olives

300g Jersey potatoes

3 green chilies deseeded finely chopped

2 tables red vinegar

Ground pepper

1 bunch mint chopped

2 tbsp olive oil

150g Feta cheese

200grms natural Greek yogurt (optional)


4 Lebanese flat bread

3 oz. garlic butter



  • Add the oil or butter to a pan to heat, before adding the chopped onion and carrots and leave to fry for two minutes.
  • Stir in the chicken and chopped garlic, and add the 1 tsp of flour cook for 30 seconds
  • Add the cumin and pour over the stock
  • Add the oregano and whole Mushrooms
  • Cover with lid bring to boil and cook on steady boil for 25mins
  • Finish with green olives
  • While the casserole is cooking, wash the potatoes and cut them into halves, before boiling them in salted water till soft.
  • While Chicken and potatoes are boiling, chop the chilies and add them to a bowl with the vinegar and ground pepper.
  • Chop the fresh mint and add it to the bowl with 2 tbsp olive oil and break the feta into the mix
  • Once cooked, strain the potatoes and pour the mint, chili and feta mix over them.
  • Warm the flat bread in a frying pan brush with garlic butter.


Serve the casserole with the chili potato and garlic flat bread. For extra creaminess,  add a big spoon of Greek yogurt, if you fancy.


Did you know that:

• An 80g serving of raw mushrooms has just 0.4g fat and counts as one of the UK Government’s recommended ‘5-a-day’ quota

• Mushrooms are a source of B- vitamins and minerals and a good way of adding taste to a simple dish

• Mushrooms naturally contain folate or ‘folic acid’ and are a rich source of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)

• The Mushroom Bureau is responsible for the generic publicity of all fresh cultivated mushrooms sold in Britain. The Bureau is funded voluntarily by its members who are predominantly mushroom growers and trade alliances to the industry in the UK, Ireland and continental Europe.

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