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Just to sweeten this up a bit, I mixed the yellow mustard half and half with honey. The oven temperature and timing still works well if only one chicken breast is baked.
Excellant, easy and quick, great for a quiet Saturday night, thanks Bergy ,I used DeJong mustard, as always your recipe was wonderful!!
It doesnt get any easier than this. And very yummy too!!
Not only did I mix the mustard with honey, I also added almonds to the top before baking. It was a very tasty addition. I will definately make this again.
Easy, quick and absolutly delicious! What more can you ask for? Thanks Bergy!
This was a quick and easy meal. Very tasty. I did have to cook the chicken for quite a bit longer, but I was using rather big breasts :) Also, used Italian breadcrumbs. Served with noodles and peas and carrots. Definitely goes in my comfort food category. Thanks!
Ok Ok. I had the leftover chicken with the mustard kind. I loved it! I was surprised that it wasn't too mustardy! (is that a word?!) Anyways, now I feel stupid for only having it brushed with ketchup! I didn't even try the mustard, but now I am glad that I did!
So good and easy! I can't believe how easy, thanks for the keeper Bergy!
Super simple recipe, which I appreciated. It was good, but missing a little something. I'm sure the spicier the mustard the better. I used spicy mustard, but should have spread it on a bit thicker. I had intended to add some honey like some others on here suggested, but discovered that I was out of honey when it was too late. 400F for 20 minutes was perfect.
This recipe is super easy and yes the chicken was very moist but there was absolutely no flavor to it at all. We all dipped it in barbecue sauce so it did not taste so bland. I think adding honey or some other spices would kick this dish up a notch.