Honey Mustard Glazed Grilled Chicken
Ingredients (serves 4)
- 4 - Freedom's Choice Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast (see thawing instructions)
- 2 tbsps. Freedom’s Choice extra virgin olive oil
- ¼ cup Freedom’s Choice pure clover or wildflower honey
- 2 tbsp. Freedom's Choice yellow mustard
- 2 tsps. Freedom's Choice steak sauce
- 2 tsps. Freedom's Choice vinegar (apple cider)
- ¼ tsp. Freedom's Choice onion powder
- 2 dashes each of Freedom's Choice ground pepper
- 2 dashes of salt
- Thawing your chicken (does not have to be completely thawed for this recipe)
- Place frozen chicken on a microwave safe plate and cover with Freedom's Choice plastic wrap. Using the defrost function set for 8 minutes. If the microwave does not automatically rotate, then manually turn every the plate, one quarter turn every 2 minutes. The plate will be hot removing and turning, practice caution. Remove from the microwave and set aside.
- Or place frozen chicken breasts in a bowl, covered and allow to thaw for 12 hours in the refrigerator.
- Preheat the grill to medium heat.
- In medium-sized bowl, add the ingredients (less the chicken) in the order listed. Whisk the items together until well blended. Split this mixture in half for dipping and the other for basting.
- Dip the chicken breasts in the sauce and set aside.
- Lightly coat the grill using a water-dampened paper towel that was then dipped in a cooking oil. Use tongs to rub the towel quickly on the grill grates.
- Place the chicken on the grill over indirect heat. Turning occasionally and basting with remaining sauce from the bowl the chicken was dipped in. Grill for a total of 18 minutes or until the juices run clear and the meat thermometer reads 165 degrees F.
- This recipe works great for baking in the oven. No need to thaw the chicken breasts. Just preheat the oven to 350. Place the chicken in the dish. Pour the sauce over the chicken cover with Freedom's Choice foil or a lid and bake for 35-40 minutes. Half way thru cooking, quickly turn the chicken over. Remove from oven when the juices run clear and the meat thermometer reads 165 degrees F.
- The sauce works great for pork and steak or even as a dipping sauce for nuggets and fish.
- Consider making the sauce and drizzling it over pasta with parmesan cheese or using it as a homemade salad dressing.