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Curt's Delectable Grilled Lemon Parmesan Chicken Recipe

One of my favorite ways to prepare chicken is grilled.  Marinated first, then dredged with a great Italian Parmesan Lemon Sauce




2 pounds 1/4 inch sliced boneless chicken breasts

Lemon Parmesan Sauce:
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 teaspoon minced fresh garlic
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder and 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
salt, pepper to taste
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup butter melted 
 fresh parsley for garnish
3 tablespoon grating cheese
Marinate chicken in 2 tablespoon of olive oil, 1 tablespoon lemon juice and garlic powder for 35 minutes.
Heat grill. Cook chicken on both sides until the juices run clear around 4 minutes on each side.
Mix the rest of the lemon juice, oil, salt, pepper, cayenne,  butter, garlic, parsley and cheese together. Pour over the chicken.. Great served with rice or boiled pasta.

Comments

Ellen B Cookery said…
This sounds like a delicious marinade. I love the combination of flavours you've put together. I think you're going to quickly become one of my favourite foodie friends!
Catherine said…
Dear Curt, That sounds like a wonderful and flavorful sauce...What a fantastic way to prepare grilled chicken. Blessings, Catherine
Joanne said…
If my husband saw this recipe, I'd have to go buy chicken RIGHT NOW! He was love it!
Maybe I can try the marinade on fish and we'll both be happy :)
Kathy said…
Such a delicious sounding sauce…the chicken looks delectable!!
Welcome to the blogging world…love your mom’s blog…apples don’t fall far from the tree!!
Drick said…
Curt, that is indeed some delectable looking chicken... I just love a lemon, garlic and red pepper taste on grilled chicken. It's the best if you ask me...
@Ellen Agreed! It truly is one of my favorites!
@Catherine Thank you!
@Joanne Most Definately! Marinate the fish and then in tin foil cook it on the grill with the sauce inside! :) Yum
@Drick Thanks!
Elisabeth said…
Great grilled chicken...awesome marinade and just love the lemon, parmesan sauce!
Amelia said…
Hi Curt, your grilled chicken look awesome. Great for sandwich too. yummy.

Your photo look great :)

Have a nice weekend, regards.
Anonymous said…
this chicken must taste really nice. Excellent for any day of the week.

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