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Baked Chicken with Onions & Leeks

March/April 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4 (59 votes)

Baking pieces of chicken is one of the easiest ways to put a meal on the table for your family. This mustard-glazed chicken is roasted on a bed of sliced onions, leeks and garlic that you can serve alongside it.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I guess I'm in the minority, but I did not like this--and I love leeks, onions, and mustard. My husband was also underwhelmed. I did use more leeks than were called for (I had no other use for them & didn't want to waste them), but I...
Baked Chicken with Onions & Leeks Recipe

18 Reviews for Baked Chicken with Onions & Leeks

11/23/2013
Anonymous
Add mushrooms

I added 4 oz. thick cut portabella mushrooms to leeks/onions--very yummy

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11/09/2013
Anonymous
Impressed my sister-in-law

Super easy to put together. Great aroma when cooking. I substituted bits of chopped celery for the shallots and used basil in place of rosemary because that's what I had in the house. Worked out fine! My sister-in-law, who is a wonderful cook, chowed down and told me I'd hit to out of the ballpark with this recipe. I loved it too and loved knowing it is healthy and delicious.

Very easy to make.
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02/21/2013
Anonymous

This dish was very flavorful. I doubled the amount of thyme leaves as we like alot of flavor. Next time I will use more onions, as well.

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01/19/2013
Anonymous
Great for someone on a diet

My daughter is on a diet and when she was in town, I made it for her. It was a hit. It is hard to find ways to bake chicken and have it remain moist and very flavorful.

It was a very flavorful way to make chicken.
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09/20/2012
My kitchen smelled heavenly while this was baking.

I will definitely be making this again. The mustard glaze was fantastic and worked well with the onions and leeks.

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