Chicken Piccata Meatballs
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 25 min.
Easy to make. Flavorful! Love the unique spin on the traditional chicken piccata. They are like potato chips you cant just have one. Yum!
Made these as an appetizer for New Years's Eve for husband, myself, and another couple--we all loved them! Not the same old sweet-sour meatballs--yes, those are good too but I get tired of them--this was different with upscale Mediterranean flavors. Try these for a party (or dinner)!
Made this recipe last week. Finished the meatballs but things came up so I froze them until tonight. Needed a quick dinner - didn’t have time to cook so threw them in a pan and cooked them in my favorite jarred red sauce while I made pasta and a salad. They were really good. Recipe is a keeper.
This was really good, and easy. I did bake the meatballs rather than frying them, but otherwise, no changes. This is definitely a keeper. VFE
BRAVO. I have never heard of Chicken Piccata before until I read this recipe. It sounded interesting. We absolutely loved this and will make again. We were snowed in and grounded up our own chicken breast, which was dry, but I think it was because it didn't have any fat on the breasts. Will try it with store bought ground chicken. My husband wants more of a Stroganoff gravy over noodles. So, that's our next plan.
Made this delicious recipe last night. Doubled the sauce to use over noodles. Should have tripled it. Some of the lemony sauce soaked into the meatballs as they finished cooking making them delightfully lemony. Loved the sharpness of the capers and the creaminess of the Parmesan cheese melted over the top. I didn't use any more lemon when serving.
I made these for a Christmas app and everyone loved them. I added about a 1/4 cup extra breadcrumb and I doubled the sauce. Very tasty, I would recommend making these as an app or a meal.