Honey Mustard Marinade

This is the simplest marinade. No mess, no fuss; a small child could make it. I usually use with chicken or pork chops. This makes enough for two breasts or chops, but the quantities can easily be scaled up or down as desired.

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  • Mix all the ingredients together until they form a runny paste.
  • Score the chicken or chops and place to soak in the in marinade in tupperware or a covered bowl for at least 30 minutes.
  • Place the meat on a baking tray and pour any excess marinade over the top.
  • Place in the oven a bake until the meat is cooked to your taste.
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  1. I Cook Therefore I
    This was great! Super easy too. I used it on tuna steak and then grilled the tuna and it was excellent. Nice but subtle flavor. Thanks for sharing!
  2. Abby Girl
    Wonderful, easy marinade! I doubled the recipe but added some hot and spicy mustard to the Dijon. If you love mustard, you will enjoy this recipe.
  3. Studentchef
    This went very well with the chicken that I made. I used only 1 1 1/2 tablespoons of dijon mustard and found it very distinct from the other two ingredients. It really was a nice blend.
  4. luckychelle
    This is the simplest marinade. No mess, no fuss; a small child could make it. I usually use with chicken or pork chops. This makes enough for two breasts or chops, but the quantities can easily be scaled up or down as desired.
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