This was quite easy to prepare and is ready in a snap. I didn't like the texture of the flour and it could have been a little more "mustardy" for me. But overall received well by family.
This was so good. Everyone liked it even the 3 yo. She just ate the chicken and not the sauce. I made as is except I added a little garlic powder to the flour salt and pepper. Very easy and quick for weeknight meal. I used boneless chicken tenders.
Very good chicken and vege's! Instead of chicken breasts I used chicken breast tenderloins that I cut into bite size pieces. Loved the zip from the dijon mustard and I also used only 1 tablespoon of honey. This is easy to put together and love that everything was in one pot. Served with brown rice and really enjoyed! Thanks for posting hon!
YUM...this produced a wonderfully moist n tasty chicken dish. I used boneless chicken breast fillets and decided on only the 1 Tbsp of honey. Ours was served over very small roasted potato cubes and green beans. I didn't use cornstarch but simmered with the lid off till the sauce was a little thicker. The potatoes soaked up the sauce and tied it all together nicely.