10 – Minute pan fried Greek chicken breasts

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When it comes to easy suppers, I have a handful of fast and reliable recipes. This is one of them. It doesn’t get any easier than these 10 – minute pan fried Greek chicken breasts. Succulent chicken fillets sautéed in a lemony rosemary olive oil.

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I’ve spoken before about the versatility of recipes and these Greek chicken breasts fit the bill. Here are several serving suggestions:

  • Greek chicken burgers (I use this spelt hamburger bun recipe)
  • Scrumptious for wraps, ’cause who doesn’t love a wrap? Think flatbreads, hummus, rocket, fried halloumi, cherry tomatoes and slices of this awesome Greek chicken. (I’m having this one tonight)
  • Tabbouleh inspired bulgar wheat salad topped with Greek chicken breasts and chunks of Danish feta.
  • A loaded Greek chicken salad – piles of olives, feta, red onions and crispy cos lettuce (Banting friendly and gluten free)
  • Creamy lemon tagliatelle pasta, strips of chicken topped with grated pecorino cheese.

And there you have it. Five easy midweek suppers or lazy weekend lunches, done. I could carry on with loads more mouthwatering options, but I’m assuming you’re just plain hungry now, right?

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10 – Minute pan fried Greek chicken breasts
Serves: 4
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 4 free range chicken fillets
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon all-spice (mixed spice)
  • 1/2 teaspoon flaky sea salt
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • zest of 1 lemon, plus juice of half
  • 2 stems rosemary, roughly torn
  • 1 garlic clove, bruised
  • lemon wedges, to serve

 

  1. Lay a length of cling film on a chopping board.
  2. In a small bowl, combine all the dried herbs and spices, salt, pepper and lemon zest.
  3. Scatter half the spice mix on the cling film. Place the chicken fillets on top. Sprinkle with the remaining spice mix and cover with another layer of cling.
  4. Pound lightly with a rolling pin to flatten and tenderise the chicken.
  5. Heat the olive oil in a pan. Cook the chicken in the hot oil for about 4 minutes until golden.
  6. Turn the chicken, add the rosemary and whole garlic clove and continue to cook for several more minutes until cooked through.
  7. Squeeze over the lemon juice and deglaze the pan with a splash of water. (2-3 tablespoons should do it)
  8. Toss to coat the chicken in the pan juices.
  9. Serve immediately with your choice of sides. (see above suggestions)
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9 Comments. Leave new

  • What a delicious quick and easy dish. I am always looking for new ways with chicken.

  • Hi there Angela. Sometimes a few simple ingredients can make for a perfectly delicious meal. This chicken recipe is just that. Hope it helps out when time’s short!

  • Moyahabo Pitikoe
    22 November 2016 7:57 pm

    Hi Dianne, i love this and you know they will eat this for the whole month.
    Such a quick and tasty recipe.

    Thank you

  • Pleasure Habi. When you’ve only got 10 minutes to spare, this is fast food on another level.

  • Lisa Cusack
    29 April 2017 9:25 pm

    This is a great, quick recipe! I’m Greek, and I loved! = )

  • Dianne Bibby
    2 May 2017 3:45 pm

    So glad to hear Lisa! This is one of those recipes that just keeps popping up for last minute suppers in my house. They make great burgers too.

  • Hi, I believe that there is a difference between all spice and mixed spice? Which one do we use for this recipe.
    Thanks

  • Dianne Bibby
    22 August 2018 6:04 pm

    Hi Carol. All spice is a singular spice made from unripened berries from a pimento tree. Mixed spice combines all spice, cumin, nutmeg, coriander and caraway. I usually go with mixed spice as it’s a well-rounded taste. I’ve given the option of both in the recipe, depending on what’s available.

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