Recipe: Chicken Casserole

Anti Poverty Week will be held from Sunday 17 to Saturday 23 October.

Uniting Aid is a caring agency of the Uniting Church, supporting those receiving Centrelink payments in the City of Stirling. It started its life 40 years ago out of Dianella Uniting Church, offering donated food from the church vestry. Uniting Aid now operates out of church premises in Nollamara and helps families, single people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, those with disabilities, the culturally and linguistically diverse, those experiencing homelessness, and the elderly. The agency supports people with food every three  months and with utility bills once every twelve months.

They also have an op-shop which sells good quality second-hand items and can refer people to other agencies for further support if needed. Uniting Aid have shared this cosy  Chicken Casserole recipe, great for those feeding a family on a limited budget. Uniting Aid relies on donations and volunteers to provide their important work. For more information on how you can get involved, visit unitingchurchwa.org.au/unitingaid

Uniting Aid will be celebrating 40 years of support to the community with a Thanksgiving Service on Sunday 26 September, 9.30am, at Nedlands Uniting Church.

Ingredients

500g of chicken drumsticks
1 can of condensed mushroom or chicken soup
1 small can of corn
Any vegetables on hand

Method

Brown the chicken drumsticks in a frying pan before placing them in a casserole dish with the can of soup.
Add the drained can of corn, plus any other vegetables you have available.
Bake in a moderate oven (180 degrees C) for about 45 minutes.
Serve with rice or potatoes.

We want to share your recipe! If you have a recipe you’d like to share, send it in to revive@wa.uca.org.au.

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