Made this tonight for dinner.. had some pretzel chips and thought this sounded very delish... the mustard sauce is delish and so reserve some for dipping.<br/><br/>Thanks for posting
This chicken was excellent! The honey mustard flavor was not overpowering in the chicken, just left a nice hint of flavor. My 2 children (ages 3 & 1.5 years) loved it and my oldest even asked for seconds which NEVER happens since she dislikes most meats! That along means this is a keeper for me. I cut the chicken into strips and baked them on a cooling rack over a cookie sheet (it can get messy with the crumbs) to ensure even browning on both sides of the chicken. Excellent and will make over and over!
This recie was fantastic. I had heard about pretzel crusted chicken advertised for a resteraunt chain and decided to look it up on Recipezaar. I did leave out the cayenne pepper and used honey mustard instead of the mayo-Dijon-honey mixture. My family LOVED it
this was excellent!!!!did pretty much as stated except subbed garlic powder and onion powder fpr the type listed. Oh so good and very tender! will use leftover for salad or for sandwich spread.
Tasty! I used yogurt instead of mayonnaise for the mustard mixture and omitted the green onion. I'll be making this again and next time I will bake this on a cooling rack positioned over a baking sheet so the underside of the chicken stays crunchy also. I was thinking of using chicken tenderloins next time as well. Thanks!
I made this for supper tonight. I used chicken breast, fat free mayo mixed with honey mustard dressing and ater I dipped the chicken in the mixture, I rolled it in pretzel crumbs. I was awsome!!
My husband and I really enjoyed this recipe! The substitutions I made: I didn't pound the chicken. I also didn't use cayenne pepper (because I didn't have it), used garlic salt instead of cloves, skipped the onion (husband doesn't like it) and didn't add extra salt as I thought the pretzels would add enough salt for us. When cooking meat in the oven, we love recipes in which there's a mixture you roll the meat in before putting a coating on it - that pretty much ensures that the meat is moist - which is exactly how this came out. Thanks for posting it! We'll add it to our favorites.