Chicken breast cutlets dredged in almond flour, browned, and served with lemon juice and caper sauce. The caper sauce pairs really well with chicken; in this case, boneless, skinless breasts pounded thin to reduce the cooking time to just 6 minutes. Paleo Bon Rurgundy wrote on March 16th, 2013.
Chicken, lemon and capers mingle in this Paleo Chicken Piccata recipe, a guest post by Quarter Life Crisis Cuisine here on the blog! Add artichoke hearts, capers, lemon juice, zest, fish sauce and black pepper. Remove from heat and add chicken tenders and mix with the sauce. One of my favorite dishes pre-paleo was chicken piccata, so of course I had to remake it! The key to this sauce is using fresh lemon juice, it really makes all the difference! Add the capers, parsley, & lemon slices to the pan.
This Gluten Free Chicken Piccata recipe adds one more high protein dish to my family’s dinner table. Pantry, a go-to website for easy, healthy, grain-free, Paleo recipes, in 2006. Add lemon juice, chicken stock and capers to the skillet and use a metal spatula to loosen the browned bits and incorporate them into the sauce. This chicken piccata recipe is such a simple and satisfying weeknight meal, …. Note: I have tried this recipe without the flour (due to Paleo) and it still tasted amazing but you need to make sure you get the chicken crisp on each side. Into the pan add the lemon juice, stock and capers.