Rosemary Mustard Grilled Chicken is one of my long-time favorite grilled chicken recipes, and everyone in my huge extended family loves this recipe. Rosemary Mustard Grilled Chicken is a recipe that makes me want to hold on to summer! Once the Fourth of July is over, do you start to feel like summer is slipping away?
In a shallow bowl, mix the mustard, honey, mayonnaise, and steak sauce. Set aside a small amount of the honey mustard sauce for basting, and dip the chicken into the remaining sauce to coat. Lightly oil the grill grate.
Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken Breasts are a favorite with the picnic and tailgating crowd. This honey mustard chicken recipe uses boneless skinless chicken breasts. They are lightly dipped in a sauce combining honey, Dijon-style mustard, mayonnaise and, believe it or not, steak sauce.
The acid in the brine makes the chicken extra juicy. Adding this to the dry rub helps create a nice crust on the nuggets and balances out the seasonings. This recipe includes a homemade honey mustard dipping sauce. I mix them with the mayo, honey, vinegar and salt.
And honey mustard anything is always a favorite of mine. I love it and always need extra for dipping. In addition to the chicken I used red peppers and yellow onions on the kabobs because my family is fond of them, but use your favorite veggies.
Tired of boring, bland, chewy chicken? Adding a simple marinade to your chicken will easily enhance the flavor, juiciness, and tenderness of your chicken. In this post, get my tips for how to marinate chicken plus grab my 7 favorite chicken marinade recipes.
These honey mustard grilled chicken tenders are an easy and delicious summer meal! The marinade is made with just a few ingredients, but results in tender, flavorful chicken! I am soooo ready for summer!
Are you ready to get your grill on? BBQ season is coming or could be already started depending on what the weather is like where you live. In our home, we normally start to BBQ on a regular basis after the May long weekend. For this post, I used my indoor grill because my BBQ is kaput.
Yum - my hubby would love your honey mustard marinade! So is your George Foreman the next generation kind with the removable plates? I have the original clunker that I never use because it's so hard to wash.
It really is the perfect combination of sweetness and boldness without overwhelming the senses. There are so many different kinds of dijon mustard available so feel free to experiment. As a general rule of thumb, use a equal amounts of dijon and honey. Some people prefer to use slightly more honey to offset the sometimes powerful taste of certain dijon mustards.