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Chicken with Dijon Mustard Sauce - BestRecipes with Drew Maresco

Here is a recipe with just the right amount of tang and zest. Chicken and Dijon mustard make a perfect pair. Dijon mustard adds a nice complex flavor that makes this dish well-rounded. It adds the right amount of zing. This dish is super easy to make. It takes just twenty minutes and serves two. The ingredient list includes chicken, oil, white wine, thyme, garlic, Dijon mustard, salt, and pepper. To make this dish, start by seasoning your chicken breasts, using a cooking oil to fry the chicken in. A non-stick skillet is recommended for this dish. Cook both sides of the chicken until done, it takes about 5 minutes per side. Once this is complete, remove the chicken from the skillet. In the same skillet, add these ingredients: white wine, thyme, and garlic and bring it to a simmer and reduce it by half. Once finished you can remove it from the heat, add the Dijon mustard sauce to blanket the chicken breasts, creating a delicious display. Serve and enjoy! Your mouth will thank you! INGREDIENTS 2 chicken breasts, beat 1/4 inch thick with tenderizer 2 tablespoons olive oil or other cooking oil 1/2 cup white wine or vermouth 1 teaspoon dried thyme 1 clove minced garlic 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley, optional Salt and pepper, to taste DIRECTIONS 0:50 1. Season chicken breasts and cook in non-stick skillet with the cooking oil until done on both sides. About 5 minutes on each side. 2:25 2. Remove chicken from skillet and set on a plate. 2:52 3. Add your white wine, thyme, and garlic to skillet. Bring to a simmer and reduce by half. 3:20 4. Remove from heat and add your dijon mustard. Mix well and pour over chicken. Sprinkle with fresh parsley and enjoy! Recipe Link: http://bestrecipesmag.com/chicken-with-dijon-mustard-sauce/

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