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Chicken Piccata is an Italian chicken dish made with pounded chicken breast in a lemon-wine butter sauce with capers and parsley.
If you’re looking for more ways to make chicken breast exciting, you’ll love this Chicken Piccata recipe. Rather than using a ton of butter and oil, my dish uses much less oil and just a touch of butter. The flavor is so good that you won’t miss it! My daughter, who loves anything with lemon, really loves this dish. If you want to try this chicken piccata recipe with fish, try Flounder Picatta.
What is Chicken Piccata?
Chicken Piccata is an Italian dish made with capers in a lemon butter sauce. Although it’s not always breaded, we love this version inspired by Ina Garten’s Chicken Piccata.
How To Make Chicken Piccata [embedded content] What to Serve with Chicken Piccata Pair it with a side of rice, roasted asparagus or broccoli, or a simple salad. If you serve over pasta, you may want to double the sauce so there’s extra to coat the noodles. Variations: Protein: Swap the chicken for boneless pork chops or white fish. Breadcrumbs: Switch out whole wheat breadcrumbs for panko or gluten-free breadcrumbs. If you can’t find seasoned, you can season plain breadcrumbs with Italian herbs and spices, like onion and garlic powder and dried basil, oregano, and thyme. Wine: If you don’t like to cook with wine, swap it for chicken broth, or buy a single-serving bottle of wine. You can also freeze leftover wine in ice cube trays to have on hand for future recipes. Butter: If you’re allergic to butter, swap it with ghee, vegan butter or olive oil. Eggs: If