To prevent soggy bottom chicken breasts place a cooling rack (I used my toaster oven rack) over the baking sheet (I also lined the backing sheet with tin foil for easy cleanup). This prevents the chicken from sitting in juices on the baking sheet so it's crispy all the way around. Awesome recipe! Oh, yea. you can also leave out any spices you don't want/have if you'd like... it's still very good :) First time I made it I didn't have ginger, dried mustard, or tarragon and it was still awesome. Tonight I had the dried mustard and tarragon but still no ginger. I think 20 minutes in the over was too much (my oven temp may just be off) so I'm going to try either turning down the oven a smidge or taking the chicken out a little early. Thanks again, awesome dinner :D
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To prevent soggy bottom chicken breasts place a cooling rack (I used my toaster oven rack)...