As a consensus of 4 (including myself), we felt this recipe should get about 4 stars out of 5 stars. This was my first time making this recipe. For mustard lovers, this would be a hit. For semi-mustard lovers, caution on the measurements of mustard used.
For Dijon mustard, I used Trader Joe’s Dijon Mustard brand and lacked fresh tarragon leaves so I converted to about 1/3rd of a teaspoon of dry tarragon herbs to be equal to 2 teaspoons of fresh tarragon leaves. I may have converted the measurements incorrectly because I could not taste any hints of tarragon.
I also accidentally omitted the olive oil. As a result, everyone liked it but did not love it. I felt that it was too mustardy in taste, but the creaminess was just right. I used Great Value brand’s heavy whipping cream. The end result was a creamy mustard sauce over chicken. To us, it was nothing special, but satisfying. I served it with creamed spinach and corn bread (I would have preferred rice pilaf, but someone insisted corn bread). The pairing was nice because the spinach was creamy and provided a salty taste and the cornbread was slightly sweet so there was a variety of tastes there.
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As a consensus of 4 (including myself), we felt this recipe should get about 4 stars out of 5...