This was good! But my lemon-pepper was a bit old. We didn't really know what heat to be cooking on, so we winged it and our chicken was a wee bit dry. We paired it to a Martha Stewart low-fat eggplant parmesan recipe, and it worked well together. Will make again, but will buy new seasoning! And possibly use less of the lemon-pepper. Thanks for sharing!
This recipe was soooo tasty....I would definately make it again! The only things I changed was I used one chicken breast per person and added a little extra broth.which I cooked down. Definately a keeper recipe for us. Thanks for sharing Knitaholic.
For something with so few ingredients, this sure packs a punch! I don't think anyone would ever guess how healthy and low in calories this is. I didn't use Mrs. Dash lemon pepper, I didn't have that in my spice collection so I just used regular lemon pepper seasoning. I made this exactly as stated and my fiancee and I both loved it. I will make this often, thanks for posting!
This is a delicious recipe and one I will make often. The only change I made was to remove the chicken (which I had pounded to an even thickness) after the 15 minutes of cooking and covered it loosely with foil. Then I cooked the liquid down a bit until it was more saucy. This took about 5 to 7 minutes. Then I returned the chicken to the sauce and reheated it. It was so tender we could cut it with a fork! Yummy, yummy, yummy! Thank you for a great recipe!
Oh my...this is SO good!!!!! I did double the serving value by doubling the chicken and sauce. Used fresh lemons and eyeballed the lemon pepper. SO good!!! Doubling the sauce is a great idea if serving over rice. I served this with Weight Watchers Roasted Vegetables - 0 Points! and we were in HEAVEN!!! Thank you for this winner!
Yum!!! This even made my husband, who has grown very tired of chicken, take notice! The chicken was tender and juicy and full of flavor. Everyone loved it and asked to have it again soon. One note: as is, the serving size is a mere 3 ounces of chicken. I doubled the recipe for 4 more satisfying 6-ounce servings. (6 points per serving, for those of us who keep track). Thanks for posting this winner!!!
This is packed full of flavor! Tasty enough to serve to company. It has only 3 WW points. This is a must make for anyone who comes across this recipe. Thanks knitaholic for posting.