meat, chicken, veal, fish
Piccata is an Italian word, the feminine form of the word piccato, meaning “larded”. It is also spelled picatta or pichotta. It is a translation of the French piqué, participle of piquer. When used in reference to a way of preparing food, particularly meat or fish, it means “sliced, sautéed, and served in a sauce containing lemon, butter and spices”.
Traditionally, the Italians use veal (veal piccata), however the best known dish of this sort in the US uses chicken ...
Feb. 28, 2017 - by: itisclaudio
Picatta, Pichotta (Italian)
Chicken version of the Italian dish Piccata. Sliced and sautéed chiken served in ...
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