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Friday, September 08, 2006

Five Ingredient Friday


Crispy Chicken Dijon

4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
2 TBSP all-purpose flour
1/4 C grey poupon dijon, country dijon or honey mustard
1/3 C plain dry bread crumbs
2 TBSP vegetable oil

Rinse chicken; pat dry. Coat chicken pieces with flour, shaking off excess. Spread chicken with mustard. Roll in bread crumbs to coat evenly.

In large skillet, over medium heat, cook chicken in hot oil for 4-5 minutes each side or until done.

(I imagine you could bake this instead of cooking in oil on stovetop).

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12 comments:

Jessica said...

Wow, I've gotten so many good chicken recipes today! This sounds like a good one! Thanks!

Beck said...

Yum, mustard! And I LOVE chicken, too - great recipe!

Tammy and Parker said...

This sounds great! I will definately try this next week! I love chicken and a good mustard too!

Pamela said...

Your not going to believe this but my hubby had this today at a restaurant called Cheddars. The only difference was his had mushrooms and it was incredible, cause I snuck a bite. hehe Thanks! :)

Kathleen Marie said...

Yeah, another yummy chicken recipe. Thanks bunches and it sounds super yummy!

Overwhelmed! said...

Yet another yummy chicken recipe! Oronzo is going to be tickled! He loves chicken!

Thanks for participating in my Five Ingredient Friday recipe exchange.

And thanks for helping to spread the word to others! :)

Larae said...

Sounds delicious! Thanks for the recipe =)

Barbie said...

I guess it was a chicken day:) this sounds good, thanks.

Magi said...

I love dijon mustard. This sounds wonderful. Thanks

Sandra said...

Oooohhhh seems like everyone is posting chicken recipes, I LOVE chicken.

Adding this one to my list :)

Miranda said...

I've made a similar recipe with Pork chops. I've never thought of trying chicken, I'm going to try it next time instead of pork.

Barb said...

I buy the big huge bags of frozen boneless skinless chicken breasts at Sam's. I'm always looking for new ways to use them. This sounds really different. I'm going to have to try this.