Chicken Breasts With Hot Honey Mustard Sauce

"Came up with this after looking at several other recipes. Chicken was tender and quite tasty."
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  • In small bowl, mix olive oil, honey, mustard*, orange marmalade, paprika, pepper flakes, garlic and stock. If you want, use a hand blender to get all the ingredients combined well. Set aside.
  • Heat olive oil in large skillet over medium-high heat. If breasts are big, cut in half horizontally. Season flour with salt and pepper, and dredge chicken in flour. Fry in pan about 2-3 minutes each side.
  • Pour sauce around chicken and cover. Lower heat to medium and simmer for about 10-12 minutes.
  • Remove chicken to plate and pour sauce over top and serve.
  • *NOTE* I used a mustard called Bone Suckin' Sweet Hot Mustard which I bought at a local kitchenware store (Lakeland Ltd.) here in the UK. It contains ingredients such as molasses, brown sugar and jalapeno peppers. You can use a similar type of mustard if you can find one or just use dijon. However, I think that a bold flavored mustard like the one I used is what really brought this dish together. If you try this recipe and review it, please let others know what type of mustard you used.

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  1. The first time I made this, I made it exactly as the recipe called, using jalapeno mustard. We thought it was great. I was ready to make it today and did not have orange marmalade so I used dijon mustard and jalapeno jelly. Absolutely awesome! My husband kept dipping the sauce out and finished every last drop! I will do it that way again.
  2. Hi! I'm new here and this is the first recipe I tried from Recipezaar! I used hot mustard and it was really savory, however I do think the flavors would have been more bold with a better mustard. But I still enjoyed it and my family did as well. I like the sweetness. I didnt have paprika so not sure if that affected anything. Thanks for the recipe!! :)
  3. I followed this recipe exactly using "inglehoffer" sweet hot mustard. The recipe is simply delicious. I served it with baked potato and steamed asparagus. Perfect Dinner!!!! Thanks
  4. I really enjoyed this. My one son also agreed. But my other son and my fiance didn't really go for it. They don't really count though as they are super picky. I really liked the idea of this recipe and will make it again. Although I think I will try cooking it in a pan in the oven instead of on the stovetop. Thanks for sharing!
  5. Oh yum, yum! This made my day as this was so delicious to enjoy as a light dinner for a quick family meal during the week, or for us, a quick wonderful Saturday supper. Really easy to throw together, all ingredients on hand. I followed this exactly and since we had a ton of people here worked out to be the best food to nourish as any we have tried. I kinda halved the chicken breasts ~ dredged them in the flour, (perfect) and followed the recipe precisely. All the ingredients combined perfectly. Will absolutely make this often. Great, CulinaryQueen.....Thanks!


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