Thursday, March 12, 2009

Honey Chicken

I saw this recipe on the back of the frozen bag of chicken last week and we gave it a try ~ it's a keeper!

4 boneless skinless chicken breasts, thawed
1/3 c. margarine or butter, melted
1/3 c. honey
2 Tbsp. prepared mustard
1/4 tsp. salt

Combine all sauce ingredients. Arrange chicken in shallow baking pan and pour sauce over chicken. Bake at 350 for one hour or until cooked through!

Makes 4 servings.

24 comments:

angela said...

This looks yummy. You know how I love new recipes.
Did you use skinless chicken?

Elizabeth said...

I LOVE any recipe that adds honey and mustard together. I'm going to have to try this, thanks!

Jenn said...

Thanks! I made something similar to this, but I think the mustard will add a special zip.

Jenn

Wendi said...

Sounds good and easy!

Give LDS Gifts said...

That does sound good and I have some chicken quarters I need to use. I think I'll try it. Thanks for the idea!

Wendi said...

Oh, this recipe sounds so easy - I'll definitely have to try it. Thanks!

Leatha Houk said...

This looks good! Thank you so much for sharing. I'm going to give this a try tonight.

...they call me mommy... said...

Sounds good! I just posted about chicken pot pie...must be chicken in the air or something! :-)

Thanks for sharing!

Cheryl said...

I do something similiar to this as well. And yep, I agree, it's a keeper for sure. I also make some extra sauce for reserve to put on after it's cooked.
Oh, and thank you for sharing the font you used in your garland. : )

Elise said...

Ooh, that sounds delicious!! I think I may make that tonight. I'm thinking Dijon mustard would taste great in it!! Yum!!
Elise

mary bailey said...

Yum! Sounds good. What did you serve as your sides?

Clorissa said...

This sounds yummy! I think I will try it next week! Thanks for sharing it!

Clorissa

Rabbit Hill Creations said...

Sounds yummy...I have been on a chicken kick lately too. I will definately have to try it.

thehomespunheart said...

I served banana bread, applesauce and a vegetable with this!

Yes, I did use boneless skinless chicken for this recipe.

Enjoy!!

Paula said...

YUMMY! I also wanted you to know I gave you an award on my blog. :) I am supposed to comment on your blog to let you know (you know how busy momma's can get and we don't always get to read each others blogs no matter the best intentions). :D

BTW - LOVE LOVE LOVE your Jesus Garland for Easter. I am posting a link to it on Monday!

Tabby said...

Sounds delish! I'll try it served over rice, probably. Hope you don't mind that I'm linking back here in my latest blog post. :)

Lisar said...

Definitely going to give this one a go....sounds delish...Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Rmomof3 said...

Yum! I am making BBQ chicken presently - but if I hadn't already started - I would have tried this tonight!

hip chick said...

I make a very similar recipe but I include curry. It's delish!

Elise said...

I made this Thursday and it was delicious!! I made a little extra sauce and we ate it over rice. I also used dijon mustard instead of regular. Yum!! Tasted kind of like Chinese!!
Thank you for sharing!!
Elise

Lisar said...

Hi Monica....just thought I'd let you know I made this for tea tonight....I halved the sauce quantities (guesstimated)...and poured half of that over 1 chicken breast (and will have the other later in the week)and all I have to say is YUMMMMMMMMMMMMYYYYYYY...
Will definitely make this one again and again....thanks

shopannies said...

this sounds so stinking easy and quick to make will add it to my file

Jenny said...

ooh...thanks for the recipe! I'll try it tonight. :)

Katie D said...

I'm trying this recipe tonight!