I have made this recipe two times changing some things the second time around. First of all, I thought the chicken was just ok prepared as written. Last night, I dipped the breasts in flour, then egg white mixed with a touch of water and then dipped in panko. I sauted them in the butter/olive oil mixture. We like extra sauce with pasta so I made the entire sauce recipe as written (deleting the capers as I don't care for them) for 3 people. We liked my second version a lot better.
Chicken Scaloppine With Spinach and Linguine
Whygal Posted: 03/05/10
Brettkj Posted: 05/19/09
Excellent - the only addition made to the recipe was fresh garlic. Well worth it! Light, refreshing and very filling - even my youngest child enjoyed it!
rustlethepetals Posted: 03/19/10
I had guessed that the recipe would be a tad bit bland, so I went ahead and added italian seasoning and garlic powder to the breading mix. Also, when making the sauce, I added some nonfat dry milk to make it a little thicker. It turned out great! Very easy to make.
ShannonLea08 Posted: 03/10/11
This was tasty and pretty easy and I would definitely call on it for a dinner party or other special occasion. It's surprisingly light and fresh but flavorful and filling. My husband put it on the 'requested list' -- so I knew it was good.
Kerrinhp Posted: 01/11/12
The prep time took longer than the recipe said it would. I followed Brettjk's advice and added fresh garlic. That brought the total to 17 ingredients. Lots of prep, but well worth the effort.
Bianca09 Posted: 08/23/12
I should've paid more attention to the reviews and the recipe itself before making it. Garlic would have been a great addition and although the chicken is a little bland it's fixable. Also I served it with a sherried mushroom topping so that really helped. Definitely add more seasoning to the chicken.