9 Reviews

This is really good and easy to make. I am a garlic fan so I had to change the garlic powder to one clove of chopped garlic...smelled great and tasted great, too. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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crzysxycookie March 13, 2004

This made good, moist chicken. I used three smashed garlic cloves instead of garlic powder and added the end slices of the lemon into the pan with the garlic. I also used half olive oil and half butter. We served ours over brown rice. It was quick, easy, and delicious, especially with the fresh lemon squeezed over the top.

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SandwichQueen May 16, 2013

It was ok, needs more flavor, we ended up putting honey mustard on it and then it was pretty good. Super easy though : )

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Cameron'sMommy March 07, 2008

Very good recipe! I was looking on here to find an easy quick recipe with the stuff I had on hand and this one fit the bill! Very tasty! We sqeezed the lemon on the chicken when it was almost done, it mad a little extra sauce to put on top.

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kylsgurl3235 July 12, 2007

This was an absolutely superb meal and will definitely be made again! I did take suggestions from Goldens4 as to the olive oil and crzysxycookie’s idea with fresh garlic cloves. I also just happened to have a half of chilli pepper so I finely chopped it and tossed it in with the garlic and soy sauce. I do find it a bit hard to look after dishes that have to simmer for more than 15 minutes, so after sautéing/browning on each side I put the chicken in foil, poured the drippings from the fry pan over top with a bit of fresh squeezed lemon juice and put it in the oven at 350F for 40 minutes. This created a very nice thin juice that I drizzled over the top before serving. DH suggested that I thicken the juice, but I liked it how it was and it kept the calories low. This is definitely a keeper! This would be great for a romantic meal as it is fairly light, yet filling. I’m looking forward to trying this with salmon.

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Summerwine March 13, 2005

Very easy to make and you don't need rare ingredients. It also taste great

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Reistersgurl January 18, 2005

Easy with basic ingredients. Grandkids loved it too. I used some olive oil with part butter to make it slightly more heart friendly.

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Goldens4 October 29, 2004

Super easy - no changes. This turned out yummy.

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evewitch April 26, 2004

Very easy and nice flavor. I used chicken tenders, which were easy, low-cal and low-carb to munch on!

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LorenLou November 11, 2003
Sauteed Chicken Breasts