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This was my first time making this and it was at my husband's request. The whole family loved it! I served it with plain spaghetti noodles with the chicken on top and the sauce poured over it all. Very yummy! I will definitely make this again.
DELICIOUS. This is a favorite in my kitchen. Lemony, garlicky. Perfect.
I've *heard* of chicken piccata but I had no idea what it even was when during the afternoon, the words "chicken piccata" popped into my head. So I logged on to my favorite recipe site and (thankfully) chose this recipe. It was absolutely FABULOUS! And soooo easy. I used boneless, skinless thighs (since that's what I had) and skipped the parsley and capers (because I didn't have any). I added some Italian seasoning to the flour, too. This was amazingly delicious and has instantly become a new favorite at our house! Thanks for posting, Teresa!
I've been fixing chicen piccata for years without recipes, sort of wingin' it. While it's always been good, I thought I would actually try a recipe. Am I glad I chose this one. The flavors are so balanced, not too tart, not bland but leaving it as always open to interpretation. From now on, it's this recipe! TY
I have been in the mood for Chicken Piccata for a while now. The Grocery store ran the chicken already pounded for a great price so I bought them. I must say this recipe is spot on, and if I had known it was this easy to fix, I'd have made it sooner. We'll be making this again very soon.
This was just what I wanted. I didn't change a thing but I do think I'll double the sauce next time. I like that the sauce thickens once you place the breasts back in the pan. Thanks for a keeper.
This is one of my families favorites!! I have teenage boys that will stay home and eat dinner when I make this. Very easy but soo good!! I use the veal version. I also double the sauce so we can have it on our pasta. Thanks for the great recipe!
This is a delicious and easy recipe. I like to increase the sauce though so I have it to go over pasta. I use the chicken version. Yum.
Absolutely impressive, and easy!! Followed the recipe, choosing to use the capers . . glad I did! I used four boneless chicken breasts, cutting them in half before pounding them thin. (Perfect size for serving two per person/party of four.) Seasoned with s/p before flouring. Served with roasted green beans and rice pilaf. DELICIOUS!!!