Easy and amazing Chicken Piccata

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Start with boneless Chicken breasts (2 per person)

Trim any yucky parts away and pound them thin… then dust them in flour lightly…

Take a large frying pan and add olive oil and a dab of butter on a medium heat and add the chicken and saute until chicken a slightly brown/golden and remove and set aside.

Add about an inch of chicken broth to the pan and deglaze with a wooden spoon and squeeze 1 whole lemon (more if it needs it or if you are making a lot) and slice and extra lemon and put aside…

Add some nice salt and pepper (preferably imported and freshly ground) If you like add some chopped fresh herbs ie., basil, tarragon, sage, rosemary – any will work or not if you are a purest…

NOW put the chicken back into the pan and cover and simmer for a few minutes with the lemon slices arranged on top…

Bellisima  – plate up!

I make orzo with it – just add a fantastic imported grated parmesan/reggiano combo and a dash of white pepper and an arugula and herloom tomato salad with olive oil and red vine vinegrette… 🙂 mangia!!

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