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Chicken with Whole-Grain Mustard & Zucchini in Packets

July/August 2009

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Mustard and thyme flavor chicken and veggies in this easy dinner.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Great dish and super easy to make. I just use squares of parchment paper and wrap the corners towards the middle. Works great. I also mixed the mustard in with the veggies to coat them better. Taste delicious!! "
Chicken with Whole-Grain Mustard & Zucchini in Packets Recipe

5 Reviews for Chicken with Whole-Grain Mustard & Zucchini in Packets

06/29/2012
Anonymous
Parchment description confusing

I don't understand why you cut out the heart shape in the parchment paper... Won't that leave a hole for steam/air to escape? I just the the pocket the normal way...

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09/22/2010
Anonymous

Great dish and super easy to make. I just use squares of parchment paper and wrap the corners towards the middle. Works great.

I also mixed the mustard in with the veggies to coat them better. Taste delicious!!

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04/19/2010
Anonymous

I made this with a drained can of stewed tomatoes instead of fresh and put it in a dutch oven.
Served it with brown rice. Added 1 teas corn starch to liquid from tomatoes and made a little sauce for the rice.Yum..

JFA

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02/16/2010
Anonymous

I try to use parchment and tin foil sparingly (cost and the tree hugger in me). This dish can be done in a covered pan in the oven and on the grill. Cast iron is the best.

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aew71 wrote 1 year 18 weeks ago

this worked fantastic in the

this worked fantastic in the cast iron dutch oven. so easy to make and to clean up. I cut up the chicken after and served it with pasta. Kids loved it

09/10/2009

Easy to make, very little clean up, and the result is fantastic. Don't be afraid of making the packets - just follow the directions and keep parchment paper on hand!

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