We followed Kittencalskitchen's suggestions and it turned out great. The chicken was a little overdone by the time it got out of the oven though. =( I couldn't give the recipe a full 5 stars because we had to add things to it to make it better, but it's still pretty good in my book. I liked the kalamata olives and I'm not usually a big fan. This is a good, simple recipe. You may want to find something else if you're looking to prepare a meal to impress guests.
Since this was the first time making this recipe I kept the ingredients almost as stated, this is similar to a Greek chicken recipe I have made in the past, the sun-dried tomatoes with the kalamata olives produces a full flavor dish, I also sauteed onion and fresh garlic before adding to the baking pan with the chicken, so I omitted the garlic powder, I flavored my chicken breasts with seasoned salt and black pepper before browning them, the end result was a hearty flavorful chicken dish myself and DH enjoyed, Thanks Toni!
My DH didn't care for this one at all and I thought it was marginal. Didn't enjoy the taste of the olives with this dish (though usually I very much enjoy kalamata olives, esp. in my greek salad) and the rest of the flavors weren't enough to give it any zing.
I was SO disappointed in this. Such good ingredients, but for me the sauce was just a failure. It was very thin, dark and rather bitter (though of course I avoided any pith) and the oil on the chicken was unnecessary and resulted in an oily feel to the chicken pieces, ironic in a dish that is relatively lowfat.
I really loved this chicken recipe! I have been eating low cal, low carb, low fat for a few weeks now and this was the best meal yet!! The chicken was so flavorful and I loved the lemon! It was subtle but lovely. I ate it on a bed of spinach. Thanks Toni!!!