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Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken

Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken-

Grilled honey mustard chicken is a simple grilled recipe perfect for summer.

Honey and mustard are a classic combination and it works perfectly in this simple chicken marinade. The flavors of this are delicious. I let it marinate for about 4 hours, but you could easily do it for longer.

This chicken is perfect on it’s own, on salad, or in wraps. The day I took pictures of it we used it for wraps, which is my kids favorite way to eat it.

If you are looking for simple dinners to cook for this summer this is a must try.

 

 

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  1. Thanks for the inspiration! Due to the cost of meat these days, we are eating a lot of chicken around here, so I’m always looking for new flavor combinations to try. I prefer breasts or tenders, but I’m going to try this with thighs. Wraps are a favorite for us, too! Thanks, again, for the recipe.

    • I think this would work great with chicken thighs. I hope you enjoy it! And yes on the price of meat is really expensive these days!

  2. Could you bake this

  3. My husband and I used to eat, years ago, at a restaurant which closed down because someone bought the property to use for some other ridiculous building project (this city isn’t happy if it isn’t tearing down something old and beautiful and building something new & ugly all the time – what a shame) and the people who owned the restaurant never re-opened for some reason. They served a honey-mustard dressing (for salads) that was out of this world, but I don’t think it had sugar in it, AND honey. I have looked the internet from top to bottom for a copycat recipe that might work for this dressing, but have yet to find a suitable one, so maybe we’ll have to adopt your recipe and make that work so we can experience the taste once again. I suppose I could try to duplicate your ingredient amounts just to see what it would be like with a few other “dressing ingredients” added.

    We aren’t big on chicken because we only buy organic chicken meat (never factory processed meats of any kind) and right now it’s terribly expensive. I’d hate to use something on it we won’t like, so for now I’m just making the breasts plain, the way I always do – I call it lazy man’s chicken because it’s just a pan on the stove with melted bacon fat, onions (browned a bit in the fat) and then removed after browing; add washed (and pat dried) chicken breasts, skin left on. A little salt and pepper and maybe some form of organic seasoned salt from the health food store – that’s it. Just let it fry until browned on both sides, then add a bit of water, simmer for at least an hour or more (these organic breasts we buy are HUGE) so they take most of the afternoon to cook through. Add the previously fried onion bits back to the pan about 3 minutes or so before serving *unless you like burned onion!

    I generally serve them with butter noodles sprinkled with dried parsley flakes, and a large green salad or cucumber slices in vinegar/soured cream or something light. It’s a great summer dish because chicken is good cold, too. Can be made the day before and put into the fridge and eaten the following day.

    Can’t wait to try the honey mustard idea to see what I can concoct!

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