Chicken Piccata

We were at California Pizza Kitchen with some friends one time. One of the dishes they ordered was Chicken Piccata. We’d never eaten it before (I usually don’t like capers) but Annie sneaked a bite and pronounced, “I can make this!”

So while out shopping she picked up a bottle of capers. A little later, she found a recipe off of Epiciurious and decided to try it. It’s a pretty easy recipe calling for chicken breasts pounded flat, lightly breaded then pan fried, laid over a mound of angel hair pasta and covered with a sauce containing butter, lemon juice, capers, and various seasonings. We threw in some mushrooms for fun.

It was very very good. We served it to our friend, who pronounced it better than CPK.

Aloha, Nate

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  1. tigerfish says:

    >I have not tried capers and not so keen to try them at this moment. Maybe I can leave out the capers when I try this :p

  2. Wendy says:

    Hi, can I please ask for the complete recipe and ingredients for the chicken piccata that is like CPK.

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