Low Oxalate Kitchen Chicken Piccata

Chicken Piccata is a simple and delicious low oxalate chicken recipes for anyone following a low oxalate diet. You can even substitute the chicken for your favorite fish filet for a tasty seafood option in this low oxalate recipe.

On your next trip to the grocery store, grab some chicken breasts, lemons, olive oil, chicken stock, capers and parsley, and you should be ready to go! I like to add garlic to mine also, but to each their own!

To coat the chicken before sauteing, I use water chestnut flour as a low oxalate, gluten free option that adds a bit more flavor to the dish. You can use another flour of your choice, but ones like coconut flour that aren't ground as fine might not work as well. You want the flour to stick to the chicken, not come off and be clumpy in your sauce.

Let me know if you try this recipe and how it turns out, and stay tuned for more low oxalate chicken recipes to come!


For more delicious recipes like these, check out The Low Oxalate Kitchen Cookbook!


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