Recipe by CHRISTYJ
"The chicken is brushed with a lemon and mustard sauce, rolled in bread crumbs, and baked. Serve on a warm platter with sliced lemons and limes and chopped parsley for an elegant presentation."
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fresh lime juice
ground black pepper
dried bread crumbs
lemon - sliced, for garnish
chopped fresh parsley, for garnish
Great taste. I used boneless chicken breasts and after reading the reviews, I marinated the chicken in the lemon & mustard sauce for an hour. Next time I might try cooking the chicken with the sauce and spices and leave off the bread crumbs to see if it has even more of the tangy flavor.
I tried this following the directions as given. The taste was good, but I was disappointed that the chicken didn't brown and have a nice crispy crust; it looked rather bland and didn't make a great presentation. I think the next time, if I ever make it again, I'll use my standard chicken coating method (dredge in flour, dip in egg/milk mixture and then coat in the bread crumb mixture, which, of course, would include the herbs and lemon and lime zest from the original recipe and then pour the mustard/lime juice in the baking pan. I think I'd keep the chicken pieces on a rack in the baking pan so they wouldn't get soggy. We ended up using the leftover chicken in a "make it up as you go along" chicken casserole, that was very good, the next day.
This was sooo tasty. I agree with another reviewer who said it would be even better to marinate the chicken for awhile longer.. next time I will try that. Nice and easy, quick and light.. I was able to reduce the amount of butter in this by 1/3 w/o any negative effects on the meal. I will keep this in my recipe box
I made this suculant chicken dish last night. Wolfgang gave it a 5 stars and ate 3 peices. I thought it was the most flavorful chicken I have ever had. I made it with skinless chicken breasts and it turned out mouth watering! Afterward during our post dinner activities, Wolfgang screamed out "lemmon zest!" .... so all in all, I'd say the chicken was a hit"
With a little modification, this was great! I replaced one tablespoon of the mustard with wasabi mustard, marinated for two hours, and doubled the bread crumbs -- so when I turned it over, I recoated the soggy side with more. This was so fab! Definately a new family favorite.
I used English mustard for a hotter taste,& marinated the chicken for 2 hours in the lemon/lime/mustard. I sprayed the pan with oil instead of using all that butter. The taste was scrumptious, although I did find the coating alittle soggy. With work, this could become a favourite.
This was awesome! I marinated overnight and added a cup of coconut shavings to the bread crumb mixture.
This was AWESOME! I marinated my chicken in the lemon,lime mustard sauce for two hours and it tasted fabulous!I also used the leftover marinade right in the pan with the chicken after I coated it with the bread crumb mixture.It went perfectly with garlic mashed potatoes and french green beans.I will definitely keep this in my recipe box!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lemon Mustard Chicken
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 246
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