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The chicken was very tasty - good flavor combination! Mine never thickened/carmalized so I added about 1 Tbs corn starch dissolved in a quarter cup of cold water. Also, i used cut up breast fillets. Served with wild/brown rice mixture. Will make again!
This was a HUGE hit with my family!! My Neighbor smelled it cooking and called to ask for a sample... She loved it as well. Will definitely be keeping this one to make again.
This was great. I used a purple onion. I only used 1 t of oil. I had honey dijion mustard so I only used 1t honey. I also used chicken breast tenders instead of thighs... ( I haved the recipe)
I was looking for something differant to make for dinner last night and this was it. The only thing I did differant was cut the chicken into cubes, flour and brown first. Then added fresh garlic to the onions and proceeded with the menu as listed. While it was carmelizing (and it did this perfect) I added some fresh mushrooms as DH loves them then served over steamed white rice with a tomatoe and mozzerella salad. Yum, I did add the extra mustard as suggested for that extra punch that we love. For us the chicken came out moist and the taste was just what we were looking for. Thanks Jenny for a very nice recipe.
This was pretty good! I followed the recipe exactly, except that I used chicken breast cut into large pieces. The sauce was GREAT but I will probably double the sauce next time. I think the cooking time was a bit long as the chicken was a rubbery.
This was pretty good! Next time I make it I will use chicken breast instead , we just didn't care for the texture of thighs. Not sure how I went wrong but it took a LOT longer to get to the thick sauce stage and it never did carmelize ... doesn't matter to me though, the taste is what is important and we all 3 enjoyed it very much! Will definitely be making it again! Thanks for posting!
This recipe and I got off on the wrong foot to begin with, but things ended up just fine. It turned out really well and was super delicious. Thanks for sharing!
I love this recipe, it was simple and fast to make, and goes really well with rice, so it is definitely a keeper!
This recipe worked great and smells even better while cooking. I think it could be varied by adding or subtracting amounts of honey and mustard. Mine came out on the sweeter side and I will try to go a little more tart next time.
I made this tonight and my husband and son loved it, I did too!!! I used chicken breasts and chopped the onions in larger pieces (easier to fish out for my hubby ;)) It was great!!