A simple mixture of parsley, lemon zest, and garlic, gremolata is the vibrantly flavored garnish traditionally sprinkled over braised veal shanks in the Italian dish called osso buco. Here, it’s stirred into a pan sauce, which gives the chicken a wonderful lift.
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Really simple and quick, but super flavorful. I really enjoyed it. I cut my chicken breasts thin so that they would cook fast and even. Turned out really moist after adding it back to the broth. This will be a staple quick chicken dinner for me!
This was AMAZING. Being gluten free, I used rice flour. I might also add a bit more garlic, but that's from a garlic fiend. Glad to find a way to cook chicken indoors. (time to tuck the grill way)
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