All my family and friends loved this recipe! I made a few adjustments: My chicken breasts where HUGE, almost 16oz, so I doubled the sauce part of the recipe. I halved the amount of wine, and for my broth in the sauce I used the reserved broth from cooking the chicken. I browned the chicken seasoned with garlic, lemon pepper and fresh squeezed lemon in a cast iron skillet with garlic browned in a little bacon grease and butter. After browning I reduced the heat and simmered in it's own juice. I halved the amount of wine in the sauce, used juiced of 1/2 lemon, and 1 1/2 tsp pepper. I also added 1 cup frozen peas and 8 oz fresh diced mushrooms. I sliced the chicken length wise and served it over fettechini ladling the sauce over top. A small hint, though I did read that the sauce would thicken eventually but, mine did not, maybe because I cooked it separately from the chicken. Instead I took very fine metal strainer (or you could use a sifter) and slowly stirred in about 1 tbs flour, or until desired thickness. I like the sauce a little thick for angel hair, Spaghetti, or fettechini noodles or rice and a little thinner over any tubular noodles. For a low calorie alternative, you can use yogurt instead of sour cream with little to no difference in taste. Another plus I discovered the next day when I reheated it is that it does separate when reheated in the microwave like a lot of milk based cream sauces do. A winner all around and is definitely going into my recipe book!
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All my family and friends loved this recipe! I made a few adjustments: My chicken breasts...