This Crispy Baked Dijon Chicken has a delightful tang.
Will try, look delicious
by a. arlene
, Bath, NY on Jan. 2011
I have treied similar recipes in the past and they were tasty. May substitute lower calorie ingredients.
by A. Amy
, South Dakota on Sep. 2010
I love this recipe! I didn't go exactly by the recipe, used about as much of each ingredient that I thought was needed, also added seasoning to the bread crumbs. My husband LOVED it!
BAKED DIJON CHICKEN
by J. Jerry
, DOWAGIAC, MI on Apr. 2010
Excellent!! For dry bread crumbs I crushed a package of seasoned stuffing mix, used what was needed and saved the rest for another recipe.
by J. Jenny
, Novi, MI on Mar. 2010
This was great! Can't wait to change it up a bit! For a variety!
Quick and Easy
by D. Doris
, Mifflinburg, PA on Feb. 2010
The family really enjoys this chicken. I like how quick it bakes. I have made with mustard but also with ranch dressing. My husband and daughter commented how good the chicken is the next day!
Quick & Easy
by D. Debi
, Plainfield, IL on Jan. 2010
This was very good. I used unseasoned bread crumbs and next time will add some seasoning to them. I will make again and have passed this on to a friend.
baked dijon chicken
by s. s
, on Oct. 2009
Family thought it was a good change. It is an easy recipe to follow.
by C. Carol
, Las Vegas, NV on Sep. 2009
this recipe was very tasty, but I found the breading too much. I tried it again using panko bread crumbs for a lighter touch. It came out great!
New Family Favorite
by B. Beth
, Pennsylvania on Sep. 2009
Made this tonight for the first time and the family loved it. Happy to have another chicken recipe to fall back on.
Baked Dijon Chicken
by M. Mike
, Rock Island, IL on Aug. 2009
The first thing my wife said was "I don't like Dijon Mustard" Well she loved the chicken. Chicken was somewhat soggy on the bottom, next time I will put on a baking rack so the bottom can crisp up. Make extra. Really good the next day.
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