Greek Lemon Garlic Chicken

Greek Lemon Garlic Chicken created by Karen Elizabeth

A really quick delicious recipe

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20mins
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  • fry chicken , butter, and garlic for 2 minutes being careful not to let the garlic brown.
  • Add lemon juice , salt and pepper
  • fry until done.
  • serve with rice.
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  1. annsmith_15
    I cut the breasts into smaller cubes and used lime juice because I didn't have lemons. I had a few leftover green beans so added them at the end as suggested by another reviewer. I served it over rice with lentil beans (which I had previously cooked and frozen) and fresh sliced tomatoes on the side. A very quick, tasty and easy meal. I'll recommend this to my very busy daughter.
  2. Karen Elizabeth
    Greek Lemon Garlic Chicken Created by Karen Elizabeth
  3. Karen Elizabeth
    Very simple and tasty, I cubed the chicken into bite size pieces and fried them that way, tossing in some fine green beans toward the end and serving this over recipe#464893, this made a quick and flavourful dinner, enjoyed by all! Thank you Chef Isaac, made for PAC Fall 2011
  4. Sydney Mike
    I used 2 chicken breasts, each between 7 & 8 ounces each, but kept to the amounts for the rest of the ingredients, although I did use just a small sprinkling of salt along with some lemon pepper! And, although I usually bake similar dishes, I did fry these & we really enjoyed them that way! Thanks for the nice change of pace! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in this fall's round of Pick A Chef]
  5. GaylaV
    What a quick, easy and delightful take on Lemon Chicken! I used the juice of 1 lemon which was very close to 1/4 cup and I also used some zest to give it that extra zing. The garlic is perfect. I will make this time and again on a busy weeknight. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for 2009 Fall PAC.
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