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Exquisite recipe. I served this over some doctored up brown rice with bits of fresh vegetables. My DH and DS want me to make this " Chicky Franky " ( my DH can't pronounce it, so this is what he calls it now )at least twice a week. I wish I could give it far more than 5 stars, it's that pleasing. Thank you for sharing.
This was a pretty tasty recipe. I did have to make a couple of changes though. I had to substitute red wine for white, and I was out of parsley. I think this recipe is a keeper!
I really liked this one! and I used the artichoke hearts like in your comments. They wwere so tender! I did add extra garlic- loved the extra flavor it added. Didn't have any linguini but used vermicelli- still great though. Will have again, thanks for the recipe! Next time I might add some capers and have it in the true chicken picatta style.
A very tasty recipe if a little involved. Surprisingly light tasting for the amount of butter used. Also the recipe didn't state the amount of parsley or whether it should be fresh or dried. Will definitely make again.
This is fabulous! It is very much like my recipe, but I liked the flavor of the added garlic and the extra sauce that this makes. Served it with escarole and a side of linguine with garlic and oil. Next time, I will try adding the artichoke hearts. Wonderful meal! Thank you so much, Shawn.
Kick Ass. Even my son whom claims to be allergic to chicken ate it up. Not a thing wrong with this recipe. Thanks!
This deserves 10 stars! It is show worthy and will be pulled out for my next dinner party. I paired it with angel hair pasta the lemon and wine blends so well together. My family says " make this every week!" Thank You so much for posting my new favorite.
This is a "Knock Your Socks Off" kind of recipe that is company worthy all the way! We really enjoyed this! I have added this recipe to my "Make For Company" folder, so I can impress the pants off my guests at my next dinner party!
sometimes I have added artichoke hearst (jarred) to the skillet a few minutes before it was done and MMM so good.
My fave meal at Italian restaurants and this is the perfect recipe, could never get a nice batter when I tried to make before but the addition of the cheese to the egg is the secret, added some capers as I'm a caper addict. My DH loved it said better than any restaurant version - will be my next dinner party meal so easy to make. I just ate it with steamed broccoli as trying to limit the carbs and was lovely simple meal