Lemon-Artichoke Chicken

  • susu911 Posted: 11/23/09
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    We really loved this dish and will be making it again. I did not add the lemon zest and used fat free half and half instead of the whipping cream. I served green beans, a tossed salad and bread with it. I also halfed the recipe.

  • michelle698 Posted: 04/05/09
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    It was delicious and my children loved it, even the artichokes! I will make this again, even for company!

  • JanetYogini Posted: 12/28/08
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    I've made this several times. It is very quick and easy to prepare and tastes fantastic. I usually add some capers to the sauce (when adding the sherry & lemon juice/zest) and add mushrooms along with the artichokes if I have them in the house. I usually serve it over brown or red rice, but today might try it over Israeli couscous. A couple of times, when I didn't have whipping cream in the house, I used half-and-half and it turned out OK too...but I use the real-deal if I have it.

  • EllenU Posted: 11/15/10
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    This is a HUGE keeper!

  • ChefAmandaLynn Posted: 02/10/12
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    Perfect meal for Valentines Day. Incredibly easy to make and has a rich and elegant flavor, it is certainly NOT light. Next time I will serve it with mashed potatos.

  • jeichner Posted: 07/02/12
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    This is really good and really easy! I could eat this every week!

  • PattyInColorado Posted: 03/05/13
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    I LOVE this recipe. I usually double the artichokes and use two cans instead of just one because we love them. I serve with some trype of greens (either salad or tonight I used asparagus because it was on sale) and sometimes noodles, rice or cous-cous on the side. Seriously this is sooo good. I useboth the cream and the lemon zest. Great dish! I have served to guests and they all love it too.

  • JJillO Posted: 05/12/13
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    Delicious and very easy!

  • Tfisher Posted: 12/23/12
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    I found this recipe fifteen years ago In a Sunset cookbook and then I lost it. I have been looking for it for years! This recipe is easy and fun because you can mix it up a bit. Tonight I cut the chicken into strips sautéed as directed. Added white wine to the sauce mixture. Put Parmesan and Feta on top and baked. I served it over cous cous. The whole family loved it.

  • steponme Posted: 05/01/12
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    Quick and delicious; a weeknight winner! The only thing I did different was to add a little half & half with the cream to make a little more sauce. Served with coucous and sauteed green beans.

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