No need to go out when you can eat like this at home, right? This super delicious Lemon Chicken Piccata over Angel Hair Pasta dinner is one of our favorite meals. The sauce is simply DIVINE!
Lemon Chicken Piccata is something you will order out at places like Cheesecake Factory or Olive Garden, but it will come loaded with calories and salt.
Please watch the video on How to Make Lemon Chicken Piccata over Angel Hair Pasta below
The number one “secret” ingredient that restaurants use to make their food taste better is -BUTTER, right? Butter makes everything taste better, after all.
It’s seamlessly dissolved on your plate and then “seamlessly” appears on your thighs, your stomach, and everywhere else. Right?
You know it, Ladies! The second ingredient is the SALT for savory and SUGAR for the sweets.
When you cook at home you are in CONTROL of what goes into your food and then will appear on your body.
That’s why I always encourage people to COOK AT HOME! It is so much healthier than going out and remember how much money you are saving as well. Yes, there is work involved in cooking, but look at the Benefits!
How to Make Lemon Chicken Piccata over Angel Hair Pasta
- Slice chicken breasts into medallions, about ½-inch thick and dredge them into a flour mix.
- In a large skillet, add the vegetable oil and heat to Med-Hi. Shake off excess flour from the chicken pieces and pan-fry until golden brown, 3 to 5 minutes per each side. If you use non-stick skillet you will need less oil, stainless skillet requires more oil, add as needed. Transfer to a plate and keep warm. Continue with the next batch.
- Add more oil to a pan and then sliced onion, mushrooms and bell pepper. Saute until browned. Mix in reserved flour until dissolved. Pour the chicken broth, wine and butter, scraping all the brown bits from the chicken. Add lemon slices and tomatoes. Let it cook for a 2 -3 minutes and add shredded cheese. Simmer on low until the mixture thickens.
- Return the chicken back to the skillet and cook for a minute or so. Add parsley.
- Serve over pasta. You can add more shredded cheese or grated Parmesan cheese on top.