10 Reviews

Delicious and easy! Makes more sauce than we needed, though. Could easily halve it. Served it with sauteed zucchini and made for a great low-cal dinner.

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kimberlebentfield January 08, 2009

turned out very good. i accidentally added too much butter but it was still yummy. basically i just made extra drippings for the sauce. next time i may add a little honey to it for sweetness to make a honey dijon sauce. will make again.

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Vicky D April 30, 2011

Wonderful recipe! I "marinated" the cutlets in the dijon and then coated both sides with finely chopped pecans. I omitted the butter and didn't bother adding the drippings to the sauce. This was soooo easy and sooo tasty - thank you.

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sugaree February 25, 2009

Amazing and so easy! I will also try this with boneless pork chops soon. Served with steamed broccoli and Trader Joe's frozen crinkle cut potatoes. Perfect!

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TiffyR March 04, 2008

I made this tonight for dinner with a few changes. I cut the recipe in half, and when the chicken was done most of the pan juices were stuck on, so I took the pan and put 2/3 c. water in the pan and scraped the stuff stuck on the bottom up, to make gravy. I put the juices in a pan, then added 2 T. cornstarch and mixed well over very low heat. It thickened nicely and made a delicious gravy along with the Dijon mustard and sour cream. The chicken was done in 45 minutes, but my chicken breasts were on the thick side, so that may have been why. I enjoyed the chicken and the sauce. I had it along with a baked potato and some peas. I even poured some of the gravy on my baked potatoes and it was good! Thanks for sharing Redsie! Made for Zaar Stars Tag Game

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Linda's Busy Kitchen January 30, 2008

I loved this chicken! I forgot to make the dijon/sour cream sauce and the chicken is still delicous all on its own. It was so flavorful and tender with the dijon mustard keeping the chicken nice and moist. The dijon was not as strong as I thought it would be~it was just right. Lastly, I loved the crunch of the pecans on top. Wow, what an easy dinner to make and it tasted like a million bucks! Thanks Redsie!

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Juenessa March 08, 2007

This was a nice change from your everyday chicken dish. The pecans added a good texture and flavor! Thanks, Redsie!

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Bev February 04, 2007

Thank you Reds for a fresh taste is chicken. I often use mustard on pork but this was a new way for me to do chicken. Very flavorful and simple to make. I paired it with cinnamon carrots and a green salad for a much enjoyed dinner.

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Annacia January 26, 2007

This was really good! My family said it was wonderful & would be great for a dinner party. It was extremely easy and very tasty. Thanks.

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CaramelPie November 30, 2006

This is everything Redsie promises. You have to like mustard though - it's definitely the dominant flavor. We really enjoyed this different dish. Thank you!

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Vino Girl November 27, 2006
Light Pecan Chicken