We eat out quite often, so I find it difficult to prepare dishes at home that compare. My husband and teenage son loved this recipe. I will be making it again!
This recipe is wonderful. Not only is the taste superb, but it is easy to prepare. I chose to served the pasta on a large platter, placing the chicken on top. I then placed lemon wedges around the edges adding the parsley here and there. Next time I will double the sauce. Hmmm Good!!!
Really delicious! My whole family loved it - not a speck was left! I made approximately double the sauce amount, using extra lemon juice and some chicken broth. We thought the lemon-y-ness was just perfect, and although I don't care for wine, it really completes the dish. I also thickened the sauce a bit with some cornstarch/water. I will definitely make this again - it's a keeper! Made for ZWT7.
Delicious and less fat/calories than my usual recipe. I might double the sauce next time to have more to put over the noodles. I used egg noodles and really loved that combo. A keeper of a recipe!
This is a great tasting recipe...we loved the taste and especially enjoyed the generous portion of capers. We thought the lemon taste was perfect and will definitely make it again.
I really enjoyed this. Simple, lemony goodness. Thanks PanNan for sharing. Made for ZWT7 for Emerald City Shakers.
I adore chicken piccata and and all things lemon. I would never make this again. The sauce was way too lemony and the chicken was bland and flavorless. I really wanted to love this recipe because I love this dish and am trying to eat healthier. Guess my search continues.
This was a good meal. Since my husband isn't a huge wine lover, I cut the wine by 1/3 and made up the difference with chicken stock. I didn't find it overly lemony at all. Maybe the chicken stock toned down the lemon flavor.
Although I enjoy the taste of lemon, this was a bit too acidic for me. I ended up adding a good deal more butter to the sauce so mine was no longer light.
This is a favorite of ours. I've tweaked it to just feed the two of us and sometimes I cut up the chicken, like you would for stir-fry, toss it with flour, then proceed. Turns out great.