Lightly sautéed chicken breasts, in a lemon-butter sauce with capers and parsley. Served over a lovely side of perfectly cooked pasta. Chicken piccata used to be a dish that I overlooked, and clearly did not appreciate enough. Who knew that boring chicken breasts could be transformed into something so wonderful?
I just made this recipe for Andrew and I on one of the coldest nights that Michigan has seen in a LONG time! I loved creating this restaurant-quality, date-night dinner for us on a Monday night.
When I started brainstorming this recipe, I remember asking Andrew if he liked chicken piccata. His underwhelming response was, “Um, I guess”. Not exactly what I wanted to hear from a big part of my audience, but I decided to go through with it anyway, in case he was mistaken on his likes. Well, let me just be the one to say that after taking his very first bite of this dish, his new answer was, “YES! I LOVE chicken piccata!” You can’t blame the guy for being honest. That’s definitely one of the things I love about him. 🙂
And speaking of Andrew, we have a little news for you. We’re expecting another baby in June!!! Yep, baby #3 is on the way! We have been so excited ever since we found out in late September, and now we are equally excited that we get to share our news with you! We just went to the doctor today for our big ultrasound. They checked the baby and everything looks great so far! We even found out the baby’s gender.
Baby number three is a……
That will make THREE boys for our little family! We couldn’t be happier!
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