I would give this ten stars if I could. I used chicken tenders and pounded them flat. Didn't have white whine so subbed in a some good sherry and it was delish. Served over mashed potato with a side of corn. So good.
This was okay but will be better the next time I make it with modifications. My package of chicken breast was 1.5 lbs and the amount of sauce needed to be at least doubled. I used only 3/4 of a Meyer lemon however because when I tasted it with that amount I determined there was no way it would be edible with three lemons. The sauce was also too watery for my taste so I thickened it with corn starch as another reviewer mentioned.
We both loved this. I didn't have Meyer lemons but used 2 1/2 lemons instead. I did add a bit of cornstarch at the end to thicken up the sauce a bit. It is delicious. Served with jasmine rice and green beans sauteed with mushroom and sherry wine. Easy, yummy, a keeper
Oh, and I also slowly browned mushrooms (don't crowd the pan, per Julia Child) before browning the chicken. I removed the mushrooms and then added the chicken cutlets. It gave a lovely richness to the chicken and the sauce.
I just made this for dinner and we really enjoyed it! Meyer lemons were not an option so I followed the recipe using the recommended orange/lemon juice combination. The sauce is a little tart (as expected) but was balanced by the garlic cauliflower mash I put with it. This was so easy and delicious!
This is one of our favorite dishes. We love the way the flavors come together. As soon as I see Meyer lemons in the store this recipe gets pulled out and made
I made the full sauce for half the chicken (for two diners), and it definitely didn't need even 1.5 lemons. I used the juice of just one of my large Meyer lemons, and it was perfect. Also didn't boil the sauce down quite as much, since we wanted enough sauce to coat the chicken as well as the angel hair pasta. Lovely flavor, and I'll keep this as my standard Piccata recipe.
Delicious. Served with whole wheat thin spaghetti and sauteed/steamed broccoli and carrots.
I loved the flavors. The recipe was quick and easy. Even my husband thinks he could manage it.
Wow. Absolutely delicious!
This was one of the worst recipes I've ever tried. There was too much lemon so I ended up dumping the sauce out and we ate the chicken plain. Keep in mind that I like lemon, but this sauce had the most dreadful flavor. There have to be better recipes out there.
very nice, fresh, light, I used a bit of corn starch to thicken the sauce
This is a really nice variation on the typical chicken piccata, and definitely a keeper. The sauce is not overpoweringly lemony, and the recipe is easy to make. I also like the idea of rinsing the capers to reduce the amount of sodium they add to the dish. I made one substitution, using whole wheat flour instead of the all-purpose for dredging the chicken.
A yummy recipe.....I doubled the sauce ingredients and still had very little sauce ....and we all wanted more! Easy and quite tasty even using regular lemons. I would totally make this again.
This was such an easy recipe and it was delicious! I have tried many chicken piccata recipes and this one was the best.
I found this to be too tart. I used the meyer lemons, but the finished dish was just too sour. I probably won't make it again, just because I have other versions of this that turn out better.
This was quick, easy and delicious!
We loved this dish...so quick and easy. Served over brown rice, asparagus and beans almondine,
this is easy & has become one of my staples. something that everyone in the family will eat!
Even though I messed up and dumped the lemon in before the stock it was still tasty. I couldn't reduce the sauce because the lemon would have been overpowering but I look forward to making it correctly the next time.
My 4 year old and chef-husband approved! This recipe was easy to make and really turned out well! Definitely a keeper. (We used regular lemons, but lessened the amount since Meyer lemons were not available and they are a bit sweeter than regular lemons.)
This recipe was absolutely delicious! Unfortunately, my grocery store doesn't carry Meyer lemons, so i subbed-in normal lemons and it was divine! My family loves lemon-chicken and this was a huge hit! I didn't bother waiting for the sauce to reduce down to 2 tablespoons because we like a lot of sauce, then I slid the chicken back into the pan and coated it with the sauce before serving with broccoli and garlic and parmesan flavored couscous, so yummy! We will definitely be making this one again and again! Thanks CL!
This was fantastic! I left out the capers because I don't like them, but made everything else as written. The lemon sauce was great!
Awesome and easy recipe. My husband said- this ones a winner, and when I asked him what I should make for the girls night at my house- he replied -what about that new chicken dish. Great flavor, and I serve the chicken and sauce over linguini, with some roasted asparagus. I look like a gourmet cook.
I've been searching for a great Picatta. This is it for me! I sauteed some mushrooms before the chicken and used regular lemons. Perfection over pasta!
What a great recipe! We really enjoyed this dish. I sliced three chicken breasts in half and detached the tenders from each. I didn't pound the chicken, as it was at the desired thickness after I sliced it. I served the chicken to our kids without the sauce and it was a big hit. There were no Meyer's lemons at my local supermarket, so I used one large lemon for the sauce and it yielded 1/3 cup of juice. The capers are a nice touch too.
YUM! Doubled the sauce part to make enough to serve over angel hair pasta (and added just a bit of cornstarch mixed with chicken broth to help thicken it up). Also served with roasted asparagus.
I'm fortunate to have a Meyers lemon tree in my front yard. I have made this twice. Once with Savignon Blanc and the second time with Barefoot Pinot Grigio which was my favorite as it really gave the sauce a great crisp flavor. Going to use the leftover chicken in a Ceasar Salad or a Greek Salad. This is a keeper as it is quick, easy and good!
This is on the list to make again. A very simple and quick recipe. I was amazed at how flavorful the broth was for how simple the recipe.
It was delicious! My two kids and DH cleaned their plates and went back for seconds...
Quick, easy, and delicious. I opted to use lemons I had on hand as the Meyers were very expensive. I'm sure they would be great in the dish to serve guests for a dinner party. 14 y.o. daughter declared the chicken, "one of the best" although she had the sauce without capers. This goes together easily. I served it over angel hair pasta lightly tossed with melted butter, salt, and parsley. Oven-roasted asparagus with garlic finished the plate. It looked as good as it tasted. Definitely adding this one to our regular rotation.
Really good and easy. We did use Meyer lemons. Now we'll have to try some of the other recipes with them.
Terrific sauce! Did not use meyer lemons, because not available. Looking forward to trying the recipe with the meyer lemons.