Very good recipe. First time I made it as written. And yes, the flavor is subtle.. but very good nonetheless. Second time, I tried turning into a "glaze" (or bbq sauce, of sorts)... 1/2ing the recipe, and leaving out the lemon for the glaze. Very very good. I think what would be perfect (next time) is making the full recipe, using 1/2 to marinade the chicken and the other as a glaze/sauce... Can't wait until next time. Thank you for posting.
This was good. Very subtle flavor. Two things to keep in mind: 1. I did not read the introductory paragraph closely enough and made the full recipe. The recipe makes enough marinade for 2 meals. I would recommend that the person who posted the recipe repost it with the amounts halved so that this doesn't happen to others. 2. It is expensive to make. A 1/2 cup of Dijon mustard is a lot of Dijon mustard... same with the rice vinegar and soy sauce. Add the chicken and sesame oil and I thought it was expensive enough that I would have preferred a stronger, more noticeable flavor resulting from the marinade. This is just me, though. It was very juicy and tender.
This is a terrific marinade. It goes together quickly and has a unique flaver. I used honey mustard because it was all I had on hand. Also baked it in the oven at 425 for about 15 minutes, turning once. I'm going to try this as an OAMC dump recipe.
We thought this chicken tasted outstanding! After reading your intro to the recipe, I halved the marinade. I wish I had made the entire batch because we loved it and I think it would have been great to dip the cooked chicken into, but that's really no big deal. The chicken was juicy and tender. No one flavor was overpowering~each ingredient complimented the other just perfectly. I also loved the hint of lemon. We grilled the breasts outside and I can see making this recipe regularly this summer. Thanks so much Cookin-jo!