Recipe by Mike
"A creamy chicken dish with a wonderful cheesy egg flavor!"
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skinless, boneless chicken breast half
grated Parmesan cheese
salt and pepper to taste
1 1/2 cups
heavy whipping cream
chopped green onions
grated Parmesan cheese
An amazing recipe! Make it better, however, by adding lemon juice with your cream sauce, otherwise it's not so amazing... Being a universty student, quick and easy recipes are ideal, this recipe is about as easy as it gets!
UMN....I'm not even sure what to do here. Well, I scaled the recipe to 3 servings, for the kids & I (baby had plain chicken, egg allergy, hubbys at a buisness dinner..lucky dogg!) and I was trying to lower the calories on this, so I used fat free evaporated milk for the cream. So as I'm concocting this, I realized that it is nothing other than a chicken omelet with milk. While I thought the chicken turned out surprisingly good (with the egg batter), the sauce was....milk & onions. So as I was trying to redeem it, I added a splash of lemon juice, mistake #1, it sorta curdled & looked wierd. So then I tried to go Alfredo....mistake #2, as it was too late, the end result looked like vomit. Hmmm, pretty sure I won't be trying this again, it's not worth the calories. 3 stars for okay chicken, sorry Mike.
This was a great meal - my husband and I loved it! It was easy to whip up and had a very smooth taste to it. We added rice and poured the cream sauce right over it - yum! Something wonderful for a cold night!
I changed the cream with lowfat milk, marinaded the chicken with salt and pepper before I cooked it with low heat. Covered the pan so that the meat is wellcooked. Combined with plain rice and greek salads makes this recipe so good!
First, this is not Chicken Francese at all. Francese (Veal or Chicken) is made with an egg batter, sauteed, and then finished with lemon juice, white wine, and lemon slices.
Second, the instructions are incomplete, and there's far too much cream. This is closer to Alfredo and if I saw this on a restaurant menu and got this concoction, I would have sent it back. Francese is Francese. I'm a pro, and was rather shocked on this take of the classic dish.
This was a pretty good recipe. It was quick and tasty!
too much cream was not good at all.
I love this recipe! It was quick, easy, cheap, and very tasty! It sort of has a gourmet flavor to it. My husband loved it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1355
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