This was so easy to make and good too!! Made for PAC Spring 2008 and DH was glad I did. We prefer honey mustard over BBQ sauce or dressings for chicken dippin' and this does not disappoint. Brushung the sauce on rather than dipping it is a good idea so there was not too much sauce and the chips stayed crispy. Will definately make again, it took no time and was delish!!
I used boneless skinless chicken thighs. Subbed in hot-sweet mustard for the Dijon. This is a good fun snack while watching the game. The hot-sweet made a difference and added some zing.
Fam loved it - thanks for a great recipe!
Great recipe. I used panko bread crumbs because I am allergic to potatoes but other than that followed the recipe as written. We will definately eat this again.
I used fat free lays and lowfat mayo.
These were a big hit! The chicken was tender and juicy and the dipping sauce was wonderful. This is a great kid-pleaser. Not only because of how yummy they are, but it'sa fun recipe for kids to help make! If your child has a peanut allergy, you could leave the pb out of the sauce and you'll still have a delicious honey mustard sauce. Thanx for sharing this recipe. I will make this again and try this with BBQ flavored potato chips. I think that will be really good!
What a neat way to make chicken fingers healthier. The peanut butter adds a great kick to this recipe. I did not use as much honey and mayo, and upped the amount of mustard and peanut butter. I used leftover chips from the other nights party. Great recipe, a def. make again.