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20 minute, One pan dish that is packed with flavor!! GF version of traditional Chicken Piccata. Whole30 & Paleo approved.

Walnut Crusted Lemon Chicken Piccata

20 minute, One pan dish that is packed with flavor! GF version of traditional Chicken Piccata.

Chicken Piccata - Delicious! Start to finish the entire meal took 30 minutes to make Really fresh tasting, and light.

Chicken Piccata

Chicken Piccata (sauted in bread crumbs, with buttery, fresh lemon sauce! Start to finish the entire meal takes 30 minutes

Australian Gourmet Traveller recipe for whole roast spatchcock with chipolatas by La Colombe d'Or in France.

Australian Gourmet Traveller fast Italian recipe for piccata di vitello.

NYT Cooking: Learning to build a pan sauce is the highest yielding 25 minutes you'll ever spend in a kitchen. Pay attention to the flame at each step. Use high heat to sear properly and develop fond in the pan, reduced heat to add acid and build flavor, and then no heat at all — turn the burner off! — to whisk in the cold butter and build up your elegant, emulsified, ...

Swordfish Piccata

Swordfish Piccata (cobia is great with this, also forget last large amount of butter, not needed)

Blackened Snapper with Spicy Mango Salsa

Blackened Snapper with Spicy Mango Salsa

With lemon and egg, this braise almost cooks itself.

Lamb Stew Offers a Glimpse of Spring

For a springtime stew, this classic Mediterranean lamb braise is perfect Tart with lots of lemon juice and enriched with egg yolks, it’s especially good with succulent young lamb For optimal flavor, it& best to make the stew the night before

In this edition of Wine Spectator’s 8 & $20 feature, we take inspiration from California's fish tacos for a cilantro-lime marinated mahi mahi with a grapefruit and avocado slaw. The dish's sun-kissed, citrus flavors pair nicely with a bright, crisp white, like Portuguese Verdelho.

Cilantro-Lime Mahi Mahi With Avocado Grapefruit Slaw

This homey Wine Spectator recipe is comforting on a cold night but versatile enough to carry over into warmer weather. The meal can handle both red and white wine pairings; while Pinot Noir would be a classic match, try a Dolcetto from Italy or a Côtes du Rhône red blend from France for something different.

This braised chicken with mushroom pairs great with an earthy Italian red wine. Get the Wine Spectator recipe!