Chicken with lemon and capers

16 Oct

 

Chicken with lemon and capers

Chicken with lemon and capers

This is one of my favorites.

Three pounds of skinless, boneless, thin sliced chicken breasts.

Two eggs

1/2 teaspoon garlic salt

olive oil

One cup of seasoned bread crumbs

One cup of panko crumbs

Four tablespoons minced fresh parsley

3 cloves of smashed  garlic

The zest of two lemons

The juice of one lemon

3/4 cup white wine

One small can of chicken stock

3 to 4 tablespoons capers

3 tablespoon of the caper brine

4 tablespoons butter

One cup of pasta water

One pound of angel hair pasta

Parmesan cheese, red pepper flakes and extra lemon juice for toppings.

Cook the pasta in water, salted with one tablespoon of salt.

Scramble the eggs and mix with the garlic salt.

Mix the bread crumbs, panko and parsley

Heat a non stick skillet with about a 1/4 inch olive oil on medium high heat

Dip the chicken in the egg and garlic salt mixture

Then coat with the breadcrumb mixture

Drop in the hot oil and fry till golden brown

Cook in batches and don’t overcrowd the pan

Add extra oil if needed

Set the cooked chicken aside

Add the garlic to the pan for about one minute.

Add the lemon zest

Add the wine to deglaze the pan

Stir all the brown bits off the bottom of the pan

Let the wine cook off till about half the wine has evaporated

Add the chicken broth and bring to a boil

Add 1/2 cup of pasta water. Save the other 1/2 cup if the pasta looks dry.

Add the capers. lemon juice and butter and cook till everything is mixed

Add the cooked chicken and cover each piece with the broth

Then add the pasta and mix well

Sprinkle with red pepper flakes, cheese and extra lemon

Serve with steamed broccoli.

 

 

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