Thursday, September 2, 2010

Dijon Chicken

I found this recipe on the Lea Perrins bottle marinade for chicken. I think I cooked the chicken a little bit longer because it was a little dry. DH refuses to eat pork meat and my meat choices is very limited. Sometimes I can cook chicken perfectly but this time this one came out not perfect. I checked it when I got it out of the oven, and I can still see some juice, but when we ate it, it was dry. I probably should have remove it from the roaster pan while cooking the side dishes. All I can do is try again next time.

Dijon Marinade:

* 1/2 cup(s) Lea & Perrins® Marinade for Chicken
* 3 tablespoon(s) Dijon-style mustard
* 2 tablespoon(s) olive oil
* 4 boneless skinless chicken breast halves (about 1 ¼ lbs)

Cooking Instructions:

1. Combine all ingredients except chicken.

2. Marinate in refrigerator 1 to 3 hours.

3. Grill or broil, turning occasionally and brushing frequently with additional Lea & Perrins® until chicken is no longer pink and juices run clear.


♣☆♥Willa♥☆♣ said...

I guess we are all the same in terms of our cooking ability, Trial & Error, :D

imriz said...

you can always try, but this looks yummy enough, mmmmmmmmm.
i love mustard:)
mine is up, too.

shutter happy jenn said...

Sometimes it is quite difficult to cook chicken. Even if I just fry it, it looks okay, but sometimes there will still be blood inside.

My FTF post is right HERE. Happy Friday!

Cecile said...

looks yummy, will try the recipe next time and will follow the tips so it will be tender....

chubskulit said...


Spice Up Your Life

Vernz said...

when I cook with those in the cook book I ended up palpak ... but when I just read it and use my pakiramdam normally it ended up good... hahaha..


Luna Miranda said...

practice makes perfect--that's for sure.:p

Newlyweds said...

interesting, love to try that one..thanks for sharing

mirage2g said...

True, following the recipe step by step sometimes makes everything fail :D

Nedekcir said...

@ Willa, & practice make

@ Imriz, lol thank you for the comment.

@ Jenn, yes I agree with you.

@ Cecile, adobohin ko na lang cguro next time...he he he. However, I like the marinade, and I definitely try again.

@ Rose, thank you.

@ Vernz, oo nga, saka I haven't made chicken in a while kaya rusty ang timing ko...he he he

@ Luna, yes most definitely.

@ Newlyweds, you are welcome.

@ mirage2g, specially when I am not paying attention...he he he

Thank you everyone for stopping and commenting, even-though my chicken is dry...he he he

I hope I did not forgot anyone, I also commented on your posts...i hope...:))

Clarissa said...

practice makes perfect--ganyan talaga.trial and error hanggang sa makuha natin^_^