All I can say about this chicken is yummmm!!! For realz, even my pickiest little Abby liked it. Well, first she ate it and said, "this is yucky", and I said, "that hurts my feelings, try again". So she said, "Ummm....this is different?", and I said, "thats fair. Now, try a few more bites before you decide how you really feel about the taste". So she tried a few more bites, then said, "this is different....but very yum". So, there you have it. A fairly-picky 5 year old critics opinion on this dish, and she has eaten it without any complaints since. So, you should try it. :)
Honey Mustard & Rosemary Chicken
This chicken is simple enough for a weekday family meal, but seriously tasty enough for guests. So, give it a try, and let me know what you think! Or, let me know one of your favourite and easy ways to prepare chicken!
6/9/2014 04:46:06 am
my mother in law and I are going to make this tomorrow… but with chicken breasts hahah and i need to go buy grainy dijon...
6/9/2014 12:37:23 pm
Ooh, big spenders using chicken breasts! ;) I hope You guys like them!
6/9/2014 10:05:00 am
Made this for dinner tonight as I had all the ingredients and chicken drumsticks were on sale (definite bonus) Delicious....our newly picky eater even ate a whole drumstick (as long as he was allowed to eat it like a horse, so no hands just munching directly off his plate) It turned out nice and juicy!
6/9/2014 12:39:23 pm
I'm sure eating this as a horse would add a new element to the whole experience! Perhaps I'll try it next time I have this! ;) I'm glad it turned out and you enjoyed it!
6/9/2014 11:12:34 am
I used to do just mustard and garlic.
6/9/2014 12:41:01 pm
Yum, I think I'll add some crushed cloves of garlic to this next time I make it! I hope you get a chance to make it, and you enjoy it!
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