Quick and Easy: Dijon mustard and Ginger Spice Chicken
This chicken is delish!! i got the recipe from recipe zaar origionally, but ive tweaked it so much its mine now...all mine! mwahahhaa! *ahem* sry....
Defrosted Chicken (lean breast is the best)
Dijon Mustard (honey mustard, or honey dijon works great too)
Ground Ginger Spice
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
coat the bottom of a frying pan with the evoo, and set the stove to medium-high.
Pour about 3-4 talbespoons of mustard onto a plate and coat chicken with mustard. then sprinkle spices over chicken on both sides (this part is messy). be sure to be more generous with the Ginger spice, and you only need a pinch of salt.
Place on frying pan and cook thoroughly, usually about 7 minutes on one side and an aditional 4 on the other.
Remove chicken and serve with your favorite side dish. this goes great with rice and salad.
This basic recipe can also be used with fish, ive tried it with red snapper and it was delishious!!!!
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