Sesame Chicken with Honey Sauce

Sesame Chicken with Honey Sauce

"Between working and raising three children, we don't have much time on our hands. These crunchy chicken bites can be prepared in a hurry for a super snack or light dinner."
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25 m servings
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Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. In a plastic bag, mix bread crumbs and sesame seeds; set aside. In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise, mustard and onion. Coat chicken pieces with mayonnaise mixture, then toss in crumb mixture. Place on a greased baking sheet. Bake at 425 degrees F for 10-12 minutes or until lightly browned. Combine sauce ingredients; serve with the hot chicken.

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I made this as an appetizer. I cubed my chicken breasts & then sauteed the cubes in a sesame/olive oil mix to add flavor. I added dijon mustard to the mayo mixture used to coat the chicken (be ...

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Nothing fancy with this. The flavor seemed to be lacking in following the listed ingredients. I might try them again.

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I made this as an appetizer. I cubed my chicken breasts & then sauteed the cubes in a sesame/olive oil mix to add flavor. I added dijon mustard to the mayo mixture used to coat the chicken (be ...

This was very good.Add a little more bread crumbs than stated in recipe.I toasted the sesame seeds first.This took 18 minutes to cook instead of 12 minutes as in recipe.After it came out of the ...

Easy to make and a great dish. I made it for an appetizer at a party I went to and it went quick, everyone was asking who made it. Make sure you use a large bag for the dry mixture and put all...

pleasing texture. i'd i didn't have sesame, so i used wheat germ and bread crumbs. yummy, slightly odd flavor, i think sesame would have worked better.

Oh my gosh these are sooooooo good. I didn't make the honey sauce as I used the bottled O'Charley's dressing for dipping. I used Panko bread crumbs and spritzed them with some canola oil prior...

This little treat was very simple to make and super delicious! I preferred the usage of mayo over mustard and added just a splash of BBQ sauce to my sauce. Will definitely make again!

Awesome recipe the honey sauce was so simple and divine!

This dish was amazing, much better than I expected. I didn't care to much for the sauce, but my husband loved it. These are also the perfect leftovers, or a midnight snack!

made without sesame seeds, very good.

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