My first Foodie Friday

Today I am participating in Foodie Friday thanks to Designs by Gollum. Recently I made Chicken Piccata for my daughter and her husband while I was visiting them. It is one of my favorite Chicken dishes because it is fairly easy to make and tastes delicious.
1.Start by pounding 4 chicken breasts between plastic wrap. Actually I put mine in a zip lock bag because it is stronger and will not tear as easily.
2. Pound to about 1/4" thickness.
3.Line 4 dinner plates on the counter. In first one, put about 1 cup of flour sprinkled with salt and pepper. On second one put in 3 beaten eggs. In the third one put about 2 cups of seasoned breadcrumbs.
4.Next step you place a pounded chicken breast into the flour and coat it well. Then put it into the beaten eggs. Turn the breast to coat it evenly. I use tongs at this point. Lastly put the breast into the breadcrumbs. When one breast is finished place it on the empty plate. Do this to all the breasts but don't put one breast ontop of another.
5.Heat large fry pan with 2 tablespoons olive oil and 2 Tablespoons butter. Add chicken breasts and cook on one side. When you turn each one add a thinly sliced lemon on top. Then cook just until golden brown and done. Remove them from pan and cover to keep warm.
6. Scrape up bits of crust from bottom of fry pan and add 1/2 c. white wine and 1/2 c. freshly squeezed lemon juice. Let it boil for a few minutes to thicken. Add 1/4 c. chopped parsley and 3 T. capers. Pour this sauce over to breasts to serve. Yum, it is delicious with it's slightly tart flavor.

I served this with roasted asparagus and wild rice pilaf.

Enjoy! Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!


Joyce said...

Welcome to FF. I love this dish. I also loved your photos of Macy's in San Francisco. I use to live in San Francisco and miss those Macy displays. Wonder if they still have those cooking classes on the lower level? They were fun classes.

Linda/"Mom" said...

* Ohhhhhhh does THAT look GOOOOOOD... and ESPECIALLY since my DH has been out of town and "popcorn, pizza & pelligrino" are getting pret-t-t-t-t-y boring by now!!!~~~~ And I'm SERIOUS! ~~~ mouth is truly WATERING right now!!! This looks TOO DIVINE! Thanks (I think!!!)~ Grins, Linda *

Libby Murphy said...

I haven't made that in ages and it's so good. I think I'll fix it tonight and fresh asparagus, yummy!
Thanks for sharing and inspiring me to cook supper.
Happy Twirls

imjacobsmom said...

Boy does this sound delicious! I haven't had this in ages. I'm saving this recipe for sure! ~ Robyn

Beth at Aunties said...

This looks delicious! It will make a wonderful dinner for this Sunday.
Enjoy your weekend,

xinex said...

This looks so good! I'm going to have to try it sometime soon....Christine

Pinky said...

Honey, my mouth is watering! I love chicken piccata but have never made it...why I have no idea! Now I will do this for sure. Thanks for the recipe! And the sides are perfect too! Thanks again! Pinky

Kathleen said...

I love this dish too..always a hit!
Welcome to FF!

susan said...

Glad to see you at Foodie Friday! This is something I have never made and yours looks delicious! Thanks for helping me with my "what's for supper?" block! Enjoyed my first visit!

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

Welcome~I've just strolled into your blog for my first visit...I've enjoyed taking a peek at your past posts. What beauty! You've got so many wonderful treasures. Your tablescape is exquisite!!
This dish looks wonderful.
I've bookmarked you my favs.
I look forward to coming by your charming blog again.
Come by for a visit. The company would be nice.

Sweet wishes,

Marie said...

I love Chicken Piccata. It's one of my favourite dishes to make. I just adore the tartness of the lemon and the tang of the capers. It's just the perfect dish and your "Go with's" are just perfectly chosen!

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

That meal looks wonderfuL!

Thanks for entering my giveaway!

Grammy Staffy said...

This looks so good. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I will have to try it.
Have a great week. Hugs, Lura

Beth at Aunties said...

The Lemon chicken was(is because of left overs)so delicious!
This will become one of our favorites because we enjoy the fresh taste of lemon.
It was like eating a 'Savory' lemon pie. My husband would laugh I put it that way. The lemon was just tart enough to remind of Lemon pie!
YUMMY! Thanks friend!

Elizabeth G. said...

Hey! I'm over here from Beth's blog and I have to say this sounds very tasty, so I'm going to make it tonight. Wish me luck!


Rue said...

Hi :)

I found you via Beth and rushed over here to get your recipe after seeing it there LOL I love chicken piccata and yours looks wonderful! Thank you for sharing the recipe :)