Sunday, November 6, 2011

Mustard Chicken

Chicken breasts coated in mustard and french-fried
onions is about as simple as can be.
It's very tasty, yet you can't quite identify 
the ingredients if you didn't know what they were.
 Just two ingredients with your chicken.
(I used two breasts and cut the recipe in half
 for just the two of us.)
I flattened the chicken breast slightly
 and cut them in half.
Season with House Seasoning and
spread both sides with mustard.
Coat the chicken on both sides with the crushed
onions, pressing on until well coated.
Put into a sprayed shallow casserole.
You can refrigerate here for 30 or more minutes.
Bake at 400 for about 20-25 minutes.

Mustard Chicken
4 skinless chicken breasts
1 C mustard
6 oz can French-fried onions
House Seasoning
Flatten chicken slightly to get them even.
Season and spread both sides with mustard.
Dredge both side in crushed onions, pressing in.
Put in a sprayed shallow casserole.
Bake @400 for 20-25 minutes.


  1. This really look like a dish we would enjoy in this house.

  2. Rita this is delish, I love mustard and baked, so much lighter and healthier! Thank you so mych for this great recipe. Have a terrific week. FABBY

  3. I made this last week and we loved it! And it was just in time for us trying to eat healthier...although I really need to calculate the dietary value of those onion thingys! :) maybe I won't. It was delish!

  4. This was really good! Do you have a secret to keeping the fried onions on the chicken? After baking they just fell right off when I cut into it :( But the taste very good!

  5. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe. This is the second time I'm making it for dinner. Hubby loved it and so do I!