Ok. Not great.
Just ok for us, not bad but not great. The dijon was overpowering for us and we couldn't taste the garlic at all. I'd definitely eat this again if served to me, but I probably won't make it again.
definitely one of the better dijon chickens that I've made and it's super easy.
This was very easy and very tasty. I made it early in the day and put it in refrigerator in zip lock bag. Time to cook just dumped it in baking dish. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Very low calorie also.
Made this tonight after a long tough day at work. I made it with mostly stone ground mustard with just a shot of dijon, had previously dumped it and froze it. It was ok - wasn't great, but was certainly acceptable. Put some baby red potatoes in with it and steamed some broccoli. Fifteen year old said he'd eat it again, but didn't rave about it like he did the Honey Dump Chicken.
I really thought that this would have way too much mustard flavor, but it really isn't overpowering at all. Unlike some other dump chicken recipes I have made, the flavor actually gets into the chicken with this one, not just on the outside. We shredded the leftovers and made wraps with cream cheese and fresh spinach and it was really tasty. Thanks for sharing!
I wasn't sure how this was going to turn out at all. I did add some salt and pepper and I think a bit of cayenne might have been nice. But generally it was good and I will definately do it again, but tweak it for my familys taste.
I love dump chicken recipes but this one was a bit blah for our taste. I do think stone ground mustard would have more kick, but I tried it with dijon. I also used boneless skinless chicken breasts. Thighs might have worked better. Thanks for the concept though!