Really good, everyone enjoyed this dish. Very tender with lots of flavor. Buttermilk (lowfat) keeps the chicken moist. Used Grey Poupon and didn't find the mustard flavor at all overwhelming. I doubled the recipe, but needed to triple the crumb recipe. Used all of the mustard mixture for dipping the chicken, so we went sauceless and it was delicious. Next time I will line the pan with foil for less mess. Followed baking directions but ended up broiling the top for a few minutes cause it was a bit too wet. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Moist and succulent. I used 9 thighes bone in and doubled the marinade mix and used fresh rosemary and sage and after coating them (omited the onion flakes as I don't use them for dietary reasons) in the crumbing mix I put them on a rack and gave them a light spray in olive oil baked at 180C fan forced for 45 minutes for succulent baked and delicious chicken. The sauce was wonderful flavour wise but I think needs to be thickened with a little corn flour - took 60 seconds in a 900 watt microwave to bring up to temperature but a worthwhile addition (only used about a `/3 of it though - we like a little sauce just don't like to drown the dish in it). Thank you Julesong for a love dinner and to Averybird for the recommendation, made for I Recommend Tag Game.
Our family was split between "ok", "good" and "great". It was moist and we all liked the flavor, but would have liked the chicken to be a little more crisp. Might broil it next time. The mustard was overpowering in the sauce (we doubled the sauce for a total of about 10 thighs and still had plenty) - though we only had Dusseldorf, so I'd cut that in half next time. Served it with brown rice - again, the sauce overpowered the rice, but the chicken was extremely tasty with the rice!
Oh, this was good....really, really good! The buttermilk/mustard mixture was devine and the chicken thighs ended up having a really nice flavor. Thanks for the posting!!
Julesong - I had some chicken thighs (bone-in, skin-on) in my freezer and wanted a recipe that had a crisp coating and a delicious sauce. Your recipe was excellent. I served this with the freezer ore-ida steam 'n mash red potatoes, and pearl onions with cream sauce (my recipe) and the meal was delicious. Next time I make this, I will put the skindown first for about 5-7 minutes, then turn over, and bake for the remainder. Some of the wonerful coating and skin stuck on the pan, even though I sprayed liberally with Pam. The sauce was very good, and I am happy to add this recipe to my cookbook. Thankyou Julesong.
It's a wonderful recipe!I loved finding something delicious to make with chicken thighs instead of the ususal breasts. My DH and I were making mmmmmmmmmm sounds over every bite of this delicious recipe and will be using it again many times in the future. I used yogurt instead of buttermilk and I liked the thicker texture of the marinade/sauce because of it. I don't think the chicken needed any left over sauce to go on top, it had plenty of flavor without it. Next time I will use Panko bread crumbs for a crunchier crust as mine got sort of soggy. My chicken also needed about 8 more minutes total, probably because of the size of the thighs.
YUm YUm YUMMMMMM. EAsy, tasty, everyone loves them. I never tell how simple this classy dish is. People are surprised by what you can do with the amazing very-affordable chicken thigh. hehe. I served this with #34382 and #31403
Excellent flavor, very easy to prepare - I only had time to marinate for 20 minutes this time, next time I'll try for a longer time per other reviews - it can only get better! Thanks for posting Julesong - this will be in our regular dinner rotation.
This is one of my sons favorites. I pound the chicken thin because we like it that way. Great way to use up extra buttermilk.
It cannot get any easier! I served the sauce as a dipping sauce. The flavor of the chicken is good as it is. The sauce gives it a different dimension. Either way, it was a very satisfying meal. Served with rice and salad. Thank you for posting!