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Stuffed Split Chicken Breasts With Dijon Sauce | Just A Pinch
If you want a little escape from the mundane make this chicken in wine and mustard sauce! Chicken thighs and legs browned, then braised in white wine and Dijon mustard sauce with a bit of cream. If you like this recipe, make sure to check out another French classic Coq au Vin Blanc. I always try to go for something less common, so I settled on rabbit in mustard sauce. The chicken was so delicious and tender and the mustard sauce made me feel like I could definitely put it in my top 5 things to eat for the rest of my life if I am stuck on a desert island. You might want to ask if the sauce with no cheese could be so addictive and delicious. And the answer is YES if you replace cheese with wine.
A quick and easy 30 minute meal that is packed with amazing honey dijon garlic flavor! I have been all about the quick and easy meals lately. I love to cook but its just so dang busy around here. No matter how busy it was. This meal had all of the things that I loved packed inside and was ready in just 30 minutes.
Before I wax poetic about this Dijon roast chicken, let me just say this: I love Sunday evening supper. The key to this particular recipe is really cranking the heat up on your oven. You start by searing bone-in chicken breasts in a frying pan just long enough to get them nice and browned, about 10 minutes. In the meantime, mix up a quick sauce of Dijon mustard and poultry seasoning , and chop up a few onions and carrots…for this recipe I like getting large sweet onions. Once the chicken is browned, spread the mustard sauce over it and pop it in a roasting pan with the veggies.