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This was amazing. The breading was perfect.

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Shawn T. April 30, 2014

have to have Capers thats what makes it
chick pic

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k.tebbs_12825081 April 26, 2011

Thanks for the yummy dinner! I made this as listed except I had canned mushrooms (I could have sworn I bought fresh!). Actually I also replaced half of the butter with olive oil. We had this with pasta and broccoli and my DS told me that it's the best chicken he's had in ages! You could skip the sauce if you don't have the ingredients because the chicken is soooo good. Made for Went to the Market. :)

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Nif August 24, 2009

Excellent! I chopped the green onion, and added more green onions and mushrooms. Wasn't sure about the corn flakes but the coating is just perfect and stands up well to the topping without getting soft. Served with pasta and roasted asparagus on the side. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for PAC Spring 2009.

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LonghornMama March 29, 2009

This is fantastic! Wouldn't change a thing. The corn flakes give the chicken coating that little umph to make it much better. I used 2 cups of white button mushrooms instead of 1 cup, we just love our mushrooms. Other than that followed the recipe exactly. I cooked the chicken for about 8-9 minutes per side. Loved this recipe!!

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Kim127 November 14, 2008

This was one of my PAC Fall '08 recipes. It's a very tasty dish, which I served with fresh baked sesame rolls. I thought the mushroom and green onion mixture really brought out the flavor of the sauteed chicken. I'll serve this often.

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NorthwestGal October 09, 2008

What a great dish to have along with our Browned Buttered Egg Noodles on the side. I added capers and lemon slices on top when serving, and substituted shallots for the green onions. Looked so pretty. My DH thought he hit the jackpot last night! Little did he know how easy it was to get to the table :) Thanks!

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BrendaThurston67 September 07, 2008
Chicken Piccata With Green Onions and Mushrooms (Country Style)