31 Reviews

Well, this was one of the tastiest meals, sooooo simple and sooooo easy to cook! I didn't have an Italian seasoning mix so I added 1/2 tsp oregano and 1/2 tsp of tarragon. The meat was very tender, we ate it with broccoli and basmati rice, delicious. Thanks for posting Inez, this will most certainly be a regular for us.

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Angela Sara April 28, 2002

Yummy! I doubled this recipe, and baked chicken longer, as I had some very thick breast portions. This was good; nice, different flavor for a change. Thanks for sharing!

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WJKing November 12, 2002

Another great, simple recipe...that's key! I put the oil, dijon mustard, garlic clove, and italian seasoning in the blender and marinated the breasts for about an hour, then baked them exactly as the recipe said. This was perfect, tasty, tender, moist chicken.

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Laurita September 30, 2002

WOW!! Just so easy. We loved the dijon flavor. Turned out very moist and juicy. Served it with noddles and steamed asparagus. A fast, delicious, easy meal. Thanks Inez. This one is a winner.

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PixieDust August 20, 2002

YUMMMMM! I just used tarragon (only because I love that herb with chicken) It was so delicous and so quick to make. Took the leftovers to work and everybody wanted to try it and they loved it! Will make this alot!!!

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deb k January 08, 2003

Very good & easy! Next time I may use honey mustard instead of the dijon just to suit our tastes more.

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Southern Bug October 22, 2008

Found this recipe when I was looking for something quick and simple to do with chicken breasts. It made my entire family happy! It makes our mouths water, as the aroma fills the house. I would recommend it to any busy mom!

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Prissbucket Black March 04, 2003

This is quite tasty, and SUPER EASY to make. I love that it takes ingredients I normally have on hand. Thanks for sharing it.

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ugagirl October 18, 2008

This recipe is so easy and so delicous!! I mixed together 2 different dijon mustards and added about 6-7 tablespoons and cooked for 35 minutes and it turned out wonderful! My husband and plan on having this meal quite often. So simple yet so good.

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Chef Brenda G January 05, 2007

Wow! After I gave my man a bite of this to try, there was a looooong pause and then a very loud "mmm MMMMM"... which in our house is the highest praise of all! To make it a complete meal, up the mustard (I used honey mustard) to 6 tablespoons, boil some rice, and steam some broccoli. When the chicken is done (at about 45 minutes for me), thicken the sauce if you like, and pour over the rice and broccoli. Umm UMMM! Finally, as so many other chefs have suggested, definitely add real minced garlic and black pepper.

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juniperwoman February 16, 2005
Baked Chicken Dijon