By Dine & Dish on October 20, 2004
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"I found this recipe in Quick Cooking a few years ago and it has become a staple in our household. It is a very tasty dish that is so easy to make, yet looks very impressive. Good enough for company!"
Serving Size: 1 (268 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"We loved this! A very simple and quick recipe that proved to be very good. I worried that it might be too "lemony" for the kids [5 and 2] but they loved it. The only change I made was adding freshly grated Parmesano Reggiano cheese when tossing together. Thanks for a great weeknight meal idea...and a cheap one at that!"
"A great basic recipe to play with, and very easy (esp. if you dice lots of chicken on weekends and freeze in sealed bags, like I do). I too switched out the seasoning salt -- too "artificial" for an otherwise fresh and lively recipe. At the end, why note make a pan sauce by simply deglazing all those good bits with chicken broth! Also added steamed asparagus tips."
"Quick, easy and delicious! Not too lemony."
"A quick and easy dinner which everyone enjoyed. It's important to use good quality ingredients in this simple dish for the best flavor. I used fresh lemon juice and extra pressed garlic. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"So easy and tasty! I used regular onions instead of green onions and tossed with Parmesan cheese like the others suggested. I steamed broccoli and added to my pasta at the end as my hubby doesn't care for broccoli."
"Very good! Topped it off with some parmesan cheese, which was perfect! We are growing lemon basil right now so I subbed some of that for the parsley. I loved how simple this recipe was. Thanks!"
"This was delish. Everyone liked this, but my son loved it; he ate this two night in a row and would not stop raving about it. I did add more lemon than called for in the recipe, but that is just my personal preference. Next time I think I will add some of the starchy water from the pasta to the finished chicken to make a little bit more sauce. Thanks for posting!"
"Positively delicious. Thank you for posting. I ommited the chicken (I just didn't feel like defrosting it) and it was perfect. Looking forward to doing it again."
"Scaled it down for 2, was probably a bit heavy-handed with the lemon juice since I like it, didn't use seasoning salt, used lots of ground pepper.
Quick, easy, delicious, thanks, KC_Cooker!"
"I found this also in Quick Cooking. It's wonderful!! we have it at least 2 or 3 times a month. So easy to make on a weeknight and so good."
"We really enjoyed this. I just eyeballed the seasoning and it came out great. Thanks!!"
"It was a hit!"
"I just made this for dinner. Very quick and what a great taste. I did cut the seasoning salt in half but kept everything the same. I will probably add a litte more garlic & lemon next time, although it was fine as it was. I will definitely make this again. I caught a special on the chicken for $1.99 lb so that made it very ecomomical. I used Smart Taste spaghetti."
"Very good for a weeknight supper! Thanks for sharing!"
"I'm joining the "tastes great but a little too greasy" group on this one. I will just use 1 tbls of each next time. I used Montreal seasoning for the seasoning salt. My son loved it!"
"This is possibly one of the best things I have ever eaten! took the advice and added double the garlic and lemon. I also emitted the butter and just enough oil to cook the chicken. I chose whole wheat linguine which tasted great! Served with grated lemon zest and parmesan. Definitely restaurant worthy."
"This was nice but a little greasy for us. I think that next time we make it I will cut the fat in half and up the lemon juice."
"This was really, really good! I used yellow onion because I didn't have any green on hand and I added some mushrooms. Super easy to make and everyone loved it."
"it came out really good even though i didnt use the exact amount of the ingredients.. i had to cook dinner for the inlaws and my fatherinlaw loved it! yeay!"
"I give this recipe 5 stars! It was quick, easy, and most of all, tasty."