Lemon Mushroom Chicken
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Yummy! Did as others suggested and added extra chicken broth, garlic to the mushrooms and extra lemon juice. It was very lemony and delicious!
Second review ... this is so so so so good. It IS indeed in the weekly rotation. Yesterday I went to eat the last leftover piece and discovered my husband had already eaten it. I had geared myself up for the flavor, even had a little mashed potatoes and gravy with mushrooms left over and ready to go. So, sigh, will pull out some chicken from the freezer and will make it later this week. Will probably hide one of the left over pieces for a second go round.
Easy to put together. Did as others mentioned, more broth was definitely needed. Great taste. Will make this again!
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Made this excellent dish for supper tonight. Easy to assemble. I added a little more butter and broth to the sauce when it thickened up too much. Sprinkled some chopped scallions on top. Yum. Will definitely make this again. Hubby loved it, too. We are both trying to lose weight. Didn't feel deprived with this dish.
This was awesome! The chicken was very tender and I liked the zing from the lemon juice. The only thing I did was to add more chicken broth to the flour mushroom mixture because it looked like floured mushrooms with no gravy.
My favorite restaurant has this on the menu. Love it!! I would use cornstarch in place of flour to make a clear sauce, serve broccoli to add color AND add more mushrooms.
I make something just like this only I completely omit the flour, butterfly the chicken in half and then pound each piece who's now doubles the amount of chicken. I add heavy cream along with a little parmesan (keto) and Italian spices. Sweet cheeses it is delicious and it's actually what I'm having for dinner tonight.
I haven't made it yet, but based on the reviews, it needs more lemon flavor. I love lemon flavor, and this is what I would do: Try adding a teaspoon of grated lemon peel to the flour mixture before coating the chicken or to the sauce itself, or both. That way the sauce stays thicker and doesn't thin out with more added liquid.