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This chicken piccata recipe is quick and easy to make any day of the week. Follow my tips for the best flavor.
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PAMELA’S Gluten Free Baking and Pancake mix

Chicken Piccata Recipe

2 chicken breast, boneless, skinless, butterflied (cut in half lengthwise), about 1 ¼ lbs.
¼ cup capers, drained
1 cup chicken broth
½ cup white wine, I used sauvignon blanc
2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
1 tsp. ground Marjoram
1 tsp. garlic powder
2 Tbsp. grass fed butter, divided
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 Tbsp. arrowroot
2 Tbsp. chicken broth
½ cup Pamela’s gluten free baking and pancake mix (or regular flour)
6 oz. gluten free noodles
Parsley, chopped

Cover the chicken with plastic wrap on a cutting board and pound the chicken breast until they are about ¼ inch thick. This will insure quicker cooking. I cut the pieces in half again so I could fit more in the pan but you can leave them whole.

Combine the flour, marjoram and garlic powder in a plate. Dredge the chicken in the flour mixture to coat all sides.

Heat a large stainless steel pan over medium high heat and then add the olive oil and butter. Once the butter melts and is bubbly, add the chicken to the pan and then add some salt and pepper. I like to use a stainless steel pan as the chicken browns up nicely in the pan.

Cook the chicken for between 3 and 5 minutes. Start heating up a stockpot of water with a touch of salt to cook your noodles.

After the chicken browns up nicely turn the pieces over and add more salt and pepper. Start cooking your noodles so they will be done when the chicken is done. Cook them according to the package directions.

Once the chicken is done (test by cutting into it), place it on a clean plate to keep warm.

Add the wine to the frying pan to deglaze it. Use a wooden spoon to scrape the brown bits off the bottom of the pan. After two minutes of simmering the wine, add the chicken broth and the capers.

Add just a pinch of salt and pepper to the wine/broth mixture and then the lemon juice and 1 Tbsp. butter. Let this simmer 2 minutes. Then add the parsley.

Place the chicken back in the pan to make sure it gets hot. Combine the 1 Tbsp. of arrowroot and 2 Tbsp. of chicken broth and stir that around the chicken. You will notice the sauce will thicken slightly.

Drain the noodles and then I like to place them in the pan with the chicken so that the noodles can absorb the delicious sauce.

Garnish with a bit more chopped parsley and enjoy!

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DW Marschall says:

Made this for dinner tonight. The family loved it. This dish will be going into the rotation. Thanks.

Trap God of the Century says:

I only have angel hair noodles and fettuccine Alfredo noodles. what do you recommend out of the 2?

Connie Johnson says:

Salt and pepper wings!

stunninglad1 says:

That's a lovely dish, Robin. That sauce looked amazing.

Kevin Bragdon says:

What's up with the gluten free ingredients?
Did you get a Celiac disease diagnosis recently?

mamy_ gamy says:

Trying to watch what I eat and what I feed my family thank you so much for your healthy recipes and they are so easy most of all delicious!! Family don't even know it's good for them shhh!!!

Beverlee Perez says:

yummy..think I will use your cauliflower rice instead of noodles..

MertBerlin says:

Can ı use nonstick pan to cook the chicken?

Scott DeGasperis says:

One of my favorite all time dishes! It seems so fancy, but it's really a quick weeknight meal. Sometimes I add sun dried tomatoes instead of capers.

patricia cannella says:

hi robin, i have subscribed to your channel for a couple of years now, i really enjoy it, you make so many delicous recipes,you are an amazing cook, looking forward to more great recipes, well done.

FitAngie says:

This dish looks great Robin I've never had chicken piccata before. Very interesting.

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