Ummm, yea. It was so easy Stevie Wonder could do it.
Get over yourself....
Seems you have a hyper critical review of a fine and easy recipe.
Super simple and Yummy. Served with a simple side salad and it was a hit with the entire family!
The recipe was good. I enjoyed eating it. However.
I found 1/2 cup of flour to be too much - i use gluten-free alternatives which are expensive, so I didn't appreciate having to dump half of it in the trash after dredging the chicken. Only used half an egg white, too. I've dredged chicken before using milk instead of eggs, so I'll try that next time before wasting an egg.
It is advised to AVOID pouring cool liquid (broth and lemon juice) into a hot skillet, so I microwaved that before adding it.
Also, the description had me thinking I'd be in the kitchen for less than an hour. "One dish and dinner is done" is grossly exaggerating. You need dishes to dredge the chicken, somewhere to put the hot grease, something in which to prepare the pasta, and you still have no vegetables for dinner. This is NOT a "one-skillet meal". It also takes longer if you aren't using prepared ingredients (cut up the chicken, juice the lemon, chop the parsley, etc).
Aaaand one last tip while I'm at it, the picture shows a lovely dish with slices of grilled lemon - doesn't say how to do that in the recipe.
So easy to make and delicious. And I'm not the best cook.
Incredibly delicious. It was bursting with flavor like Chicken Piccata should. I didn't have enough butter for the recipe, so I saved my two tablespoons of butter for the sauce, as that is the best part. I don't think my chicken was any worse off by cooking it in olive oil.