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This was a good recipe. The second time I made it I doubled the garlic and caramelized the lime so I could drizzle it over the chichen just before serving. To caramelize the lime: remove chicken from skillet and add approximately 2 tablespoons sugar and the lime juice. (I used 4 tablespoons lime juice.) Heat at medium while stirring until sugar has dissolved. Then raise the heat and allow to bubble for 2 minutes. Yum!
some changes: juice of one whole lime and one whole lemon. used 5 garlic cloves and next time will use more. didnt cut up chicken just kept breasts whole. was delicious but next time i will only use 2 Tbsp of olive oil had a bunch left over that seemed unnecessary taste and calorie wise. husband and company loved this and was very easy. good stuff thank you.
This was just great - a simple yet tasty dish that the whole family enjoyed. Because there are so few ingredients I was expecting a somewhat bland meal but the combination of cilantro and lime juice really eliminated the need for any other spices. I used quite a bit more garlic than the recipe called for (we're garlic-aholics!) and used pre-cut chicken strips for a super quick meal. Definitely a meal we'll have again and again!
pound out the chicken if you want it to fall apart in your mouth. also you can use lemon instead of lime juice and its good to go overboard with it. consider adding a splash of white cooking wine to the recipe. lastly i like to add the cilantro right before I serve it so it still has that beautiful green color and isn't wilted.