Easy Mustard Chicken

"This is so simple and yet very tasty. Come home from work and have the chicken on the table in a few minutes. Not only that it's low Cal!"
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  • Dry Chicken on a paper towel.
  • Paint the chicken on both side with mustard.
  • Roll in the bread crumbs that have been seasoned with salt& pepper.
  • Gently shake off surplus crumbs.
  • Place on sprayed baking sheet.
  • Bake for 20 min in 400F degrees oven.

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  1. Just to sweeten this up a bit, I mixed the yellow mustard half and half with honey. The oven temperature and timing still works well if only one chicken breast is baked.
  2. Excellant, easy and quick, great for a quiet Saturday night, thanks Bergy ,I used DeJong mustard, as always your recipe was wonderful!!
  3. It doesnt get any easier than this. And very yummy too!!
  4. Not only did I mix the mustard with honey, I also added almonds to the top before baking. It was a very tasty addition. I will definately make this again.
  5. Easy, quick and absolutly delicious! What more can you ask for? Thanks Bergy!


  1. This recipe was really good. I used about 6 chicken tenders so I doubled the bread crumbs and it was just enough. I also used seasoning salt instead of salt and I added some garlic powder. They were nice and crispy on the outside and nice and juicy in the inside. I will be making these again.


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