Sicilian Olive Chicken

September/October 2011

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (82 votes)

This saucy one-skillet chicken dish is full of tomatoes, spinach, olives and capers. Try Kalamata olives in place of the green Sicilians or a combination of both. Serve over whole-wheat egg noodles with a mixed green salad on the side.

Sicilian Olive Chicken

5 Reviews for Sicilian Olive Chicken

Easy and Yummy

I'm single, and I love to cook delicious things BUT I hate slaving over meals since I'm the only person who's going to eat it anyway. This was so simple to make, yummy, and easy to store. I only had frozen mustard greens on hand, but it turned out fine. Also, I added a splash of white wine to bring out more flavor.

Quick Easy Weeknight Dinner

Very easy to make and good flavor. I served over bow tie pasta.
I used fresh spinach as well. I don't like frozen spinach.
My almost one year old son liked it too.
I will make this again.


Made this tonight. Easy and yummy! Got 5 thumbs up from ages 4-42. Definitely a keeper. Used fresh spinach hand torn after pinching off stems.


Definately a keeper. It was quick, healthy and affordable. The only change I made to the recipe was to use fresh spinach. Flavor was great. Only downside is that the sauce is a little thin. Also tried the "Sicilian Chicken" recipe from this site and would recommend this recipe over that one.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 32 weeks ago

I can't find the Sicilian

I can't find the Sicilian Chicken recipe you mentioned on this site. I only found this one. Does it go by another name?

Our new favorite recipe

This is a quick, easy, delicious, and healthy recipe good enough for company and simple enough for a week night dinner. Serve it over rice to get more flavor from the liquid, but is excellent over pasta. Next time I'm adding fresh basil. And instead of soggy frozen spinach, I used 2 cups of chopped fresh spinach.

Easy, healthy

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