Dijon Chicken in a Skillet

Awesome. Easy. Yum.

I frequent a board on the Nest called What's Cooking. It's a really fun board, lots of fantastic bloggers and a wealth of information. There's great camaraderie among these ladies and I enjoy visiting it every night. Lauren recently hosted a recipe exchange and I quickly jumped on board. The only requirement was that the dish had to be simple. On Saturday, I received my recipe to try, and boy was it good. My husband is often a picky eater but he cleaned his plate tonight. Yea!

I can't wait to find out what nestie submitted the recipe so I can thank them for a new favorite.

Dijon Chicken in a Skillet
1/4 c prepared ranch dressing
1 T Dijon mustard
4 boneless chicken breasts halves
2 Tablespoons (1/4 stick) butter
3 Tablespoons white wine or chicken broth

In bowl combine dressing and mustard and set aside. In skillet cook chicken in butter and simmer for 10-15 minutes. Add wine/broth and simmer another 20 minutes. Whisk in mustard/dressing mixture until blend with liquid in skillet and heated through. Serve over rice.


Joelen said...

Ooh, this looks like it would be full of flavor! I never thought of combining ranch with dijon mustard. Thanks for sharing this - my husband love ranch and dijon mustard so this will definitely be a hit at our house!

Jenn said...

Ohhh...this looks so good and easy. I think that it will have to go into the mix this week, everything is already on hand. PS-my kitchen is red black and white!