3 Reviews

Awesome chicken and sauce :) Loved this recipe! I couldn't buy any fresh sage, so had to sub in dried sage. Used wholegrain black mustard. I used brown rice flour to suit my gluten-free diet. Added the flour, salt and pepper to a large plastic bag and tossed the chicken around to coat in the flour. This was a really delicious dinner. Served with steamed carrots and new baby potatoes. Photo to be posted

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**Jubes** January 05, 2010

YUMYUMYUM! I used boneless, skinless thighs & doubled the recipe. In the end, I removed the chicken to a pot of cooked macaroni & then added the finished sauce. OMG...nirvana. we didn't finish it that night but it made for a fabulous breakfast, lol. And then it was gone. :( wahhhh. now i need to make more. i will add extra mustard & sage next time, tho. those flavors melded nicely but i'd like them to be more pronounced. i might also somehow, somewhere sautee an onion... regardless of my ramblings, this is GOOD EATS! Thanks, Paula!

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Elmotoo October 12, 2009

This is an excellent recipe!! Looked fancy but was very easy to make. I am not a big fan of mustard and it was not overpowering at all. I used b/s thighs that I pounded flat. DH loved it because of the mustard. Will definately make again!! Made for Partying the Diabetic Way Tag December 2009.

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AZPARZYCH December 14, 2009
Sauteed Chicken Breasts With Mustard and Sage