This is the tastiest Chicken Piccata recipe you’ll meet. The chicken is moist after lightly dusting in almond flour and baked in broth and lemons. Add a couple of capers for a vibrant, healthy addition. Not only is it DELICIOUS, it is also an easy meal to make and complies with the Whole30 meal program. Add this to your dinner rotation pronto!
I am watching the freezing rain whip around outside from my cozy corner of the basement. March is angry and as a result, I have two boys home from school (again) who are bouncing off the frigid walls. I'm doing my best to get this post up today! I made this Chicken Piccata a few weeks ago, back when I was in the throes of the Whole30 program. It totally complies with the program but it is a dinner that I will make again and again, even after leaving the diet in the dust.
Chicken Piccata is: fresh, lemony, savory, succulent, tender, satisfying, juicy, it requires very few ingredients and it is ridiculously easy to make. The capers, lemon juice and chicken are the perfect trio.
What vegetable to serve with Chicken Piccata?
What is the difference between Chicken Piccata and Chicken Francese?
The main difference between these two popular dishes is that chicken francese gets dipped into flour an egg wash before frying, while chicken piccata gets dipped only gets dredged in flour (as well as adding capers!).
Chicken Piccata is super easy to prepare, which makes it the perfect week-night meal. It would also be a great option to serve when hosting guests.