The flavour was good and the kids liked this recipe, but the sauce was not thick as pictured, but watery and not useable as a sauce for the rice we had with it. Next time I might try something else to thicken it.
I prepared this in the way that PardenMe247 had, and really enjoyed it. I tend to prefer chicken (regardless of sauces/added seasonings) to be in bite-sized pieces, as opposed to one big chunk. It was wonderful, straight out of the pan--however, with the main components from this recipe. Thank you for posting, Parsley!
Enjoyed this fast and easy sauce for chicken. I cut the recipe in half (as there is only DH and myself)...and served this with white rice and baby carrots. The only change I made was cutting the butter down to 2T, and since I only used 6 chicken thighs, this dish cooked up within the hour. Thanks for sharing!!
Super easy to throw together after a crazy-buzy workday. Fam and I liked the sweet tangy sauce. The chicken was very moist and tender. Thanks.
This was a nice and quick weeknight meal. I used chicken breast cutlets and used fresh rosemary since I had it. The chicken was very tender and the flavor was not too intense, just right. The kids liked it well. Steamed green beans and baked sweet potato fries were served on the side. Thanks for posting.
Threw it in the crockpot! Nothing different except it cooked while we were at work. All I had to do was cook some rice and eat! Very good. Cook time was about 4 1/2 hours and I used thighs.
OH MY... DELISH!!! I followed the recipe except I didn't have rosemary(because I neglected my herb garden) so I used terragon which I always love with chicken. I will definitely be making it again but I think I might sear the chicken in a skillet before baking. I used skinless bonless breasts and baked it at 400 for 20 minutes.
Very juicy and tender. Thanks.
This was TASTY! I couldn't get enough of the sauce.
I just finished eating this yummy chicken dish for dinner. I didn't have any more dijon mustard, so I used honey dijon salad dressing. It came out great. I should have doubled the sauce for sure. It tasted great over the long grain rice I served the chicken with. I am definitely going to make it again and I'd like to try it w/ the dijon mustard, like the recipe calls for, next time.