it's so eazy and so good...
Even my picky kids loved this. I made the sauce separate and thickened slightly and served over rice.
Very good, and truly fast and easy. I had dinner on the table in 25 minutes flat. I started some green beans in a skillet since I was using very thin, small chicken pieces. I added the thyme, broth, S P, sprigs of fresh rosemary, and capers then the chicken, then the sauce (I mixed together the dijon, honey, and olive oil in a separate cup first). I increased the quantity of sauce ingredients a bit. While that was happening, I boiled the water for and cooked some egg noodles. I garnished with some shredded parm. Thanks!
Fast, easy, and good. I too used skinless boneless chicken thighs and it turned out great. I was all out of rosemary so I used 1/4tsp of oregano. Next time I make this I plan on dredging the chicken in flour before frying and adding fresh rosemary. Thanks for sharing I enjoyed eating this.
We loved this! DH & I just discovered capers. It took us a loooong time. But glad we did. I had some extra and came across this dish. It has a wonderful flavor mainly from the capers. We truly enjoyed this. Thanks Meghan for posting.
I made this with boneless/skinless chicken thighs and it was wonderful. I didn't have rosemary, but it wasn't missed. We love mustard, so I used 2x the amount called for. I served this with Roasted Brussels Sprouts #56103 and white acorn squash. Thanks, Meghan!
I cubed the chicken because it was not fully thawed and made it with bowtie noodles... and added the sauce without serving right away-- tunred out a bit like a pasta dish-- but not only did my picky kids love it, one of my daycare kids liked it so much her mom asked for the recipe!
I added a chicken breast and still this came out superbly! A perfect proportion for 2! Thank you!
Like another poster, I was looking for something to use my capers. I found this recipe and I'm glad I found it. I love this! The flavors were bold and the dish looked quite elegant. I made this tonight with corn casserole (Corn Casserole) and stuffing so it would be kid friendly. My children, ages 5 and 7, ate it all up. This will be one of my favorite chicken recipes. Thank you for a great one.
An interesting combination of ingredients - quick and easy to prepare. I've been looking for different ways to use my jar of capers and this recipe is a keeper for sure!