Pan-seared Chicken with sun-dried tomatoes and Olives

Pan-seared Chicken with sun-dried tomatoes and Olives

I love sun-dried tomatoes, feta and olives! I love including it in pasta dishes, pizza and chicken dishes. I made this a couple of weekends ago. I was at home with the little Miss and didn't have a whole lot of time to spend in the kitchen, so I thought of a few things I could use to cook the chicken ... especially that feta that really needed to be used... and this dish came together
Read through the recipe - its pretty easy ... and it looks gorgeous when you plate it. It's pretty delish too
Have a great week!

Beula Pandian Thomas


  1. 4 - 6 chicken legs
  2. 1 onion large slices
  3. 2 cloves garlic mashed to a paste
  4. 1 tsp thyme (fresh or dry)
  5. 1/4 cup tomatoes of sundried chopped
  6. 1/4 cup chicken stock of
  7. 1/4 cup black olives
  8. Feta cheese crumbled
  9. to taste Salt pepper and
  10. Parsley Chopped for garnish
  11. 2 tbsps oil


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    Remove the skin of the chicken and place in bowl, season with salt and pepper

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    Heat the oil in a pan.  Add the chicken and  let it cook on one side, flip and let it cook on the other side too. Give it 5-7mins on each side and repeat. You want it to brown on both sides and cook through. I had the heat on medium low

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    Add the onions, garlic, thyme and let it cook

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    When the chicken was almost cooked through, I added the sundried tomatoes. If the pan starts to get real dry, add the chicken stock to loosen things up :)

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    When the chicken is almost done, add the black olives

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    Remove from the heat, and garnish with crumbled feta and the chopped parsley

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    SERVE! This goes great with some mediterrean style couscous, a salad, a veggie stir fry, the options are endless

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