Aug 4, 2009

Baked Chicken with Dijon and Lime




Thanks Paula Deen for this terrific recipe! I lightened Paula's recipe by removing the skin and I replaced the mayonnaise with light mayo. Since I removed the skin, I put it in the broiler for a few minutes to brown the top and give it a golden color after it finished baking. This chicken was a hit with me and the hubbie!



Baked Chicken with Dijon and Lime
Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes

Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 2 thighs • Old Points: 5 pts • Points+: 5 pts
Calories: 214.4 • Fat: 11.2 g Protein: 23.8 g Carb: 1.5 g Fiber: 0.2 g  

Ingredients:
  • 8 small chicken thighs, skin removed
  • 3 tbsp Dijon mustard
  • 1 tbsp light mayonnaise
  • 1 clove garlic, crushed
  • 1 lime, squeezed, and lime zest
  • 3/4 tsp pepper
  • salt
  • dried parsley

Directions:
Preheat oven to 400°. Rinse the chicken and remove the skin and all fat. Pat dry; place in a large bowl and season generously with salt. In a small bowl combine Dijon, mayonnaise, lime juice, lime zest, garlic and pepper. Mix well. Pour over chicken, tossing well to coat.

Spray a large baking pan with a little Pam to prevent sticking since all the fat and skin was removed from chicken. Place chicken to fit in a single layer. Top the chicken with dried parsley. Bake until cooked through, about 30-35 minutes. Finish the chicken under the broiler until it is golden brown. Serve chicken with the pan juices drizzled over the top.

155 comments :

  1. OMG this is exactly what I made for dinner!!! The only change I made was that I used spicy mustard instead of dijon as I was out :) I made it with boneless skinless chicken and it was good, and didn't dry out.

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  2. I love your blog and this recipe is a must try.

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    1. ABSOLUTELY DELIOUS! Both my hubby and teen son loved it - a real hit :o)

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  3. Looks great - what sides did you serve with this?

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  4. @superbecca- it had so much flavor! Loved it!

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  5. @Jennifer with a nice big salad and I made a n ice big side dish of sauteed zucchini and tomatoes with garlic and oil, yum!

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  6. this looks fantastic! Guess I know what's for dinner now!

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  7. I just got some chicken breast (no boneless) and wanted something different. I always have limes on hand. I'll try this, it looks great. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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  8. That looks delicious! I am going to put that on my grocery list :0)

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  9. This looks really tasty! Thanks for posting...so happy I came across your blog!

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  10. This sounds super tasty - and I need something healthy!!

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  11. I tried this out tonight and it turned out beautifully! I was surprised at how good the dijon and lime blended together. The only change was I used large legs and it took about 50 minutes for them to cook through. Thanks for posting! I love your site!

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  12. I can't wait to try this recipe this week. For once, after reading a recipe, I have all the ingredients sitting here at home. Thanks for such a wonderfully helpful and delicous site!

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  13. I'm definitely going to try this! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  14. I tried this out with just boneless skinless chicken tenders and it was a perfect accompaniment to rice and steamed veggies. Thanks for the recipe!

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  15. I made this tonight!! A+ Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Yes, thanks for reminding me, I really need to make this again!

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  17. This is truly delicious and so easy to prepare. The pan drippings are YUM on rice.

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  18. It is ridiculous how GOOD this is!!!! I loved it, Hubby loved and, and so did my girls! This will be cooked often in our home. Thanks Gina for such an awesome WW site!!

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  19. This was pretty good. I made it with boneless skinless breasts. It would be really good on chicken cutlets made into sandwiches.

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  20. I've made this several times, and it turns our great. I had a little bit of mayo left in a squeeze container, so I squirted in a few spritzes of white wine to get it out. Also, I slah the meat (like for Tandoori chicken)and run it through the Marivac tumbler (speed marinator.)

    I've done it with thighs and breasts, and it has become a quick weeknight staple.

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  21. @ Jan, I've never used a Marivac tumbler. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. I just found your website today and tried this recipe. It was amazing!!! I'm so thrilled I found this site.

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  23. I am making this right now with breasts. I can't wait!

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  24. This was delicious! I didn't have regular Dijon mustard, but I had the Dijonnaise, which has the ground mustard seeds in it...it's a little like spicy brown with dijon. It was really good, but next time I'll try it with just plain Dijon and see how it comes out. I'll make it again regardless. Served it with your fantastic Chipotle's Cilantro Lime Rice. Yum!!

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  25. Don't change a thing, perfect as is

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  26. Made this tonight. It was so delicious! Love your blog!

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  27. This was delicious! My hubby fixed it two nights ago, and I've got some more chicken thighs thawing so that I can make some more this evening. Keep 'em comin'!

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  28. Glad you all liked it, has great flavor, doesn't it!

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  29. This is now a staple in our diet. Hubby gave it to thumbs way up. He usually groans when I start WW but he kept saying this is a keeper-for once he wasnt raeching for the salt shaker! I served this with brown rice for him and a big salad and side of garlic string beans for me. (he had some too heh)

    I made this with the breasts as suggested, but hubby asked if they are fattier than breasts. He was just curious so I am too. Would breasts cut the fat down signifigantly Gina or is it not even worth it?

    -Jenn

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  30. Made this recipe last night and the whole family (including an increasingly picky 5 year old) loved it! Definately going to become a staple in our house!

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  31. This is the first Weight Watchers meal my husband has every enjoyed! The only thing I did differently was use coriander instead of parsley, it worked beautifully with the chicken and lime. Thanks for all your recipes!

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  32. I made this tonight, and my husband and VERY picky sons all gave it an enthusiastic thumbs up! I will be using the leftovers (held back on purpose!) for a chicken pita for lunch tomorrow. Yummy!!!

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  33. A HUGE hit! My 2-year-old, who is getting progressively picky and recently started refusing meat, devoured this. I love these recipes! It's so nice to have dinners to look forward to when I'm dieting.

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  34. Gina, this dish is AWESOME! So flavorful and using thighs keeps it moist. My 6 year old loved it as well. Thank you!!

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  35. Just started WW and have been looking for new/healthy dinners. I baked this for my husband and I tonight and it was delicious! He said it was one of the best "new" recipes I've made. I used boneless/skinless chicken breasts instead of thighss and it was perfect. Thank you sharing, I look forward to trying your other recipes.

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  36. just a question: my weight watchers book says one thigh without skin is 3 points. How is 2 of these thighs only 4.25? Just want to make sure it's accurate.

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  37. I just recalculated using the USDA nutritional info and I got 5 points per serving using thighs that are 3 oz each.

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  38. :( I tried to cook this on the stovetop to save time & must've messed it up. We were not fans of the flavor. I used boneless, skinless thighs & cooked them in a non-stick skillet 'til almost done & THEN poured the sauce over them & cooked a bit more. FYI - this method apparently isn't the way to go! (I've done that with other chicken recipes & had decent results). oh well - i'll wait a bit & try it again! (never had a recipe of yours fail me - and i suppose this one didn't either - since i altered it!). :)

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  39. @Gwen, LOL yeah this is definitely meant for the oven!

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  40. We L-O-V-E this chicken! It has now become a once a week staple at our house. Yum!

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  41. Cookieyordon7/19/10, 6:51 PM

    Everyone loved this chicken. I didn't have a lime so I used lemon! Fabulous dish. Had it with left over tabouleh and a fresh sliced garden tomato!

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  42. cookieyordon7/19/10, 6:53 PM

    Everyone loved this chicken. I didn't have a lime so I used lemon. Fabulous dish. I had it with left over tabouleh and a sliced fresh garden tomato.

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  43. I just made this tonite with split chicken breast..I added a little chipotle powder..super delicious,moist with a little kick.Will be making this again.thanks

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  44. I made this tonight - so easy, so moist and so flavorful. I can't help thinking that this would be fabulous with pork tenderloins.
    This one is going into the regular rotation!

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  45. I made this last night. It was terrific. Ate the leftover chicken for lunch this afternoon and it was even better!!! I have yet to be disappointed by a Gina recipe!

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  46. yumm-o-ramma! delish, this will be a regular.

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  47. I finally tried this with boneless pork loins last night and it was delicious, very juicy and flavorful! I marinated for about 3 hours (I might up it to four to increase the mustard taste - but I like mustard)then grilled it and served it with roasted sweet potatoes and corn. Your recipes are so great - thanks again!

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  48. I love this blog! I do not enjoy cooking but since I was introduced to this site I am always looking forward to preparing a new dish. I've tried a few receipes and loved them; however, after reading all the comments before preparing this one and then finally preparing it exactly as instructed, I was not so impressed. As a matter of fact somewhat disappointed.

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  49. Sorry you didn't like it, I guess everyone has different taste!

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  50. I put this into the PointsPlus calculator and got 5 points+ for the two thighs as well...just wanted to let you know to save you the calculating!

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  51. Amazing recipe, made it for my dad and brother two very picky eats and they loved it! Thanks for all the great recipes

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  52. I'm SO thankful to have found this blog! I started WW and was mourning the days of my creative cooking. BUT, your blog has actually made me happy to be on the plan! You have so many amazing recipes. They should be cutting you a check! :)

    This recipe is in the oven now. Can't wait to eat it!

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  53. They should hire me! Ha ha, maybe I'll see if I could get a job there.

    I think the minute you tell yourself you are dieting, you instantly get depressed. Instead just think of it as a way to get creative in the kitchen. Have fun with it!!

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  54. Made this last week. Was DIVINE!

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  55. how long would you cook this if you used chicken tenders (boneless, skinless)?

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  56. Made this last night along with your Latin yellow rice, and it was a HUGE hit in my house! Even my pickiest eater was licking his plate! YUM!

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  57. I made this last night and it was great! Even hubby, that doesn't like to "diet", loved it!!

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  58. Excellent dinner tonight & easy (it must be because I don't do the cooking!). The kids and picky hubby loved it. Thank you!

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  59. I made this tonight and it was delicious. The chicken was so tender and had great flavor.

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  60. In the oven right now and smells delicious!!! Thanks Gina!!

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  61. Planning to make this tomorrow night...wanted to cook it at the same time as the baked rice and peas. The rice cooks at 350 and this cooks at 400...any suggestion as to what temp to use to cook them together, or is that not a good idea? Thanks so much...LOVE your site and all your recipes!!!

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  62. All I can say is WOW this was delicious! It had so much flavor. Everyone loved this recipe. Made with your Skinny Mashed Potatoes and a nice salad. Yummy

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  63. Thanks for the recipe--first one tried from your site. It was just totally yummy and easy. Going in to full rotation! I increased the points b/c I just always take the extra hit with using real mayo, but it's worth it to me. Thanks!!

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  64. Made this for lunch today, and it was outstanding! Thank you so much, Gina.

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  65. This looks amazing! I will cook it this week!

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  66. I made this chicken tonight and it was delicious! I am NOT a cook and struggle with making pretty much everything, but these directions were easy to follow and it turned out great! I also made the baked zucchini sticks for a side! Thanks!

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  67. Glad they were easy, that is my goal!

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  68. This was fabulous, Gina! So easy, and it tasted great even with regular mustard (didn't have any dijon). I may try honey mustard next time. I loved it! Thank goodness for leftovers. I think I'll cut up a piece and serve it on a salad tomorrow!

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  69. Would this work with bone-in brests?

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  70. Just made this tonight. It was AWESOME! I've made a lot of your dishes but this one was so good, I had to comment. I was a bit lazy with this recipe - didn't feel like dealing with fresh garlic so used garlic powder and didn't have a lime so used a lemon. It's so good, even with my modifications. Chicken thighs are so delicious, I never knew! I might make this again with the skinless chicken breasts I have in the fridge but I can't imagine it tasting as good. Thanks!

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  71. Made this tonight. It was good, but I think I will cut down on the lime juice next time. It overpowered the chicken just a touch. However, it was still really good. My hubby even liked it. Will make again, maybe with one of your rice dishes. Tonight I made it with your Baby Red Potato Salad which is SO good!

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  72. This was absolutely delicious!! I added a little paprika to the dijon lime mix to give it a little kick and it was just perfect! Thank you so much for another awesome recipe!

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  73. If I do not have a lime, but do have lime juice, how much should I use? Thank you!!!

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  74. In the oven now! I used lemon instead of limes and I chopped up some red potatoes and plunked them right in the same pan. Smells amazing! Can't wait to try it!

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  75. Amazing recipe! I just made this with my roommate and it turned out soo good! It is perfect for college students cuz its fast and super tasty! I used chicken breast instead of the thighs but it still very tasty! Thanks.

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  76. If I have 4 chicken breasts should I decrease the dijon and mayonnaise?

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  77. This was great. I love the flavor.

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  78. I made this on the stove top like another reviewer and used chicken tenderloins because I was in a rush. However, unlike the other reviewer, we all LOVED it cooked this way and it was really quick to get dinner to the table on a busy night. I may try it in the oven nest time when I have more time to see if it has a different flavor. Really flavorful!

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  79. I'm going to try this for lunch...I don't have limes so I hope Lemons work out just as great! Thanks for sharing!

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  80. Made this Sunday...suprisingly good flavors! Will be making agian!

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  81. Can u make this using drumsticks? Would it change the ingredient measurements?

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  82. Delicious! Thank you Gina! I'll be making this often! I served it with your Cilantro Lime Rice and a vegetable. Yum!
    ~Amy :)

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  83. I made these last night, boneless, and it was so good. My 3 kids at all of it and asked for seconds. Love your resipes

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  84. I made this tonight, it was delicious. My son loved it. For a side I cooked some peas in the drippings, it turned out great. I've never seen a 9 year old that excited about eating peas.

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  85. Just made this tonight! Definitely the juiciest & probably the tastiest chicken I've ever made! I used boneless skinless chicken tenders ( not a fan of dark meat) & I thought it would come out a little dry, but it didn't! Sooooo juicy! I will DEFINITELY be making this again!

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  86. This was so easy and delicious! I used almond milk instead of the mayo since I'm on a "clean" diet right now and it was still perfect.

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  87. I made this last night and it was a hit! My family loved it. I just don't have the creativity when it comes to cooking but now I have your site. Thank you for making my weight loss goals easier to reach.

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  88. hi this came out great! thank you soo much after much attempts at making something good for the hubby and my 6 yr old this was a sucess

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  89. This was really great. The only thing I will next time is only half a lime instead of a whole. Maybe even try the spicy dijon, which sounds yummy. Fantastic!

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  90. This was good but next time I will cut back on the salt SIGNIFICANTLY...it's sooo salty and I usually go for a little salt..

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  91. Made this tonight with my boyfriend who is completely anti eating healthy, and he loved it!! will def be coming back to this site

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  92. this was tonight's dinner and I can't tell you how we all RAVED about this. I'm so happy that you have been brought into our family. The kids devoured the chicken and my hubby and I haven't had so many different types of food (that tasted so good) that was so delicious that we needed to go OUT to get. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

    And I don't cook with salt... it didn't need it! Very flavorful!

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  93. I made this dish this past weekend for a dinner party we had at our house. Everyone LOVED it! I used boneless, skinless chicken breats and actually made them into cutlets. I shaved about 3-4 minutes off the cooking time and they were moist and delicious. Thank you Gina!

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  94. This was one of the easiest recipes to throw in the oven! The flavor was wonderful making everyone wanting more! I'm glad a I stumbled upon this recipe via Pinterest. I even blogged my experience with it over at:

    http://noutensilunused.blogspot.com/2012/01/baked-chicken-with-dijon-and-lime.html

    Thanks for sharing!

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  95. Another winner, Gina! This is fantastic. It is going into the regular rotation. Thank you!

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  96. made this tonight it was DELISH!! thanks!!

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  97. I made this last night and we LOVED the flavors! The only thing I did differently, was use a grainy mustard because that was all I had on hand. Turned out moist and delicious! Thanks for the wonderful recipes!

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  98. My boyfriend is the chef in our relationship, and I'm the baker. Tonight I cooked dinner for him as a treat, and made this chicken - it turned out fantastic!! Great flavors and not dry at all!

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  99. This has become a weekly staple in my house. So easy to put together in just a few minutes and it always comes out mosit and delicious. I have used chicken thighs, legs, and breasts and just adjusted the cooking time and they always come out so good! Thanks for such great recipes, keep 'em coming!

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  100. Suzii inKy.5/14/12, 6:31 PM

    Wonderful. I have made it several times then shared the recipe with my stepmom who has no computer and is allergic to many foods. She loved it. Thanks so much.

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  101. This must be the millionth time I've made this dish, and it finally dawned on me that I owe you a big 'thank you' for introducing it into my life! Love, love, love this baked chicken!

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  102. Made this last night using chicken breasts, so yummy! Great flavor. Thanks

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  103. I am making this now, will know in another 25 minutes or so how it will turn out. Kind of nervous. Im such a picky eater and I just signed up for weight watchers. But this was super easy and I had all the ingredients. Making drumsticks for the first time.. Fingers crossed!!

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  104. a little bitey at the beginning, but overall creamy flavorful recipe. Will definitely repeat

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  105. This was OUTSTANDING!! I made it last night and everyone asked for seconds (including my three kids) Thank you!!

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  106. trying this tonight! :) cant wait!

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  107. I made this tonight and all I had was boneless skinless thighs (really should be the same NI since I'm not eating the bone). I had 7 thighs which was 2 pounds...I put the recipe in the WW recipe builder and it was about 13 points for 4 servings. Not sure how you got 5+ unless you had teeny tiny chickens. My thighs seemed average size.

    Angela

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  108. Another fabulous recipe! My husband never believes these are "weight watcher" recipes. Delish! I served it with roasted asparagus and basil-parmesan quinoa.

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  109. Can I replace the mayonnaise with more dijon?

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  110. I absolutely love this recipe! I make it with chicken breasts and it's delicious! Thank you!!

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  111. Would this work with shrimp??

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  112. This is in the oven right now. Can't wait to try it! Making thighs for my grandparents, husband and son and breasts for my daughter and I. The mustard-lime-garlic mixture smelled so good, I could have eaten that I think!

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  113. I tried this last night - absolutely delicious and so very easy to make. Thx!

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  114. I just looked through this thread and I noticed that several people asked whether or not there was a decrease in points for using chicken breasts instead of thighs, does anyone know the answer?

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  115. I loved this dish. We used boneless/skinless chicken thighs, so that made the labor much easier. The marinade is delicious! Will definitely make again.

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  116. One of my favorite recipes yet! It was so delicious!

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  117. Made tonight with boneless breasts, and only cooked about 23 minutes - turned out great, as everyone has already stated, and my husband suggested that we try it next time with fish. Has anyone else tried that? It sounds great!

    It is funny to watch my posts on Pinterest...pretty much all the recipes from this site go from "recipes I want to try" to "healthy and delish!" immediately! Again, thank you for all the great healthy ideas!

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  118. I made this last weekend and I LOVED it! The chicken was full of flavor even without all the skin and fat.

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  119. I followed this recipe to a T. It was decent - definitely more of a plain chicken recipe. Served this with the orrechiette and broccoli recipe you have on here, so it worked. I will say though, the chicken was super tender inside..

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  120. Just got done making this (although I used dried dill instead of parsley) and it turned out really tasty and super moist, despite using boneless, skinless breasts

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  121. Just tried this with boneless skinless chicken breasts, it was great. My fiance loved it!

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  122. This is really good! Took less time than I was expecting and so good! Thanks!

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  123. I tried this last night and it was wonderful. I think it's good enough for a re-post!

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  124. Hi Gina,

    Been making things on your blog for years now! Just had a question about how tart this was. My bf loved how juicy the chicken was but said it was a bit harsh on the tartiness.

    Anyone else have this problem? Any tips on avoiding this in the future?

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  125. Hi Gina,
    I tried this last week and both my husband and son loved it! I liked it so much I decided to use the same sauce on some tilapia loins I had in the freezer and it was great too!

    Love your site and hope you get a cookbook soon!

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  126. Easy and delicious! Works great w boneless skinless breasts too!

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  127. Just made this and it was delicious!! Hubby liked it and he doesn't like thighs! Very easy to make. I didn't have enough mustard so I combined Guldens spicy brown, yellow mustard and Kosciusko. YUM YUM!!

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  128. Just got off work and was told about this site by one of the clients that calls the company I work for and can't wait to try it...will come back and comment soon on how it went....Yeyyy...I have all the ingredients =)

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  129. I want to try this tonight but I was a little confused. The serving size says 2 thighs 5pts+ but the WW book says that 1 thigh is 4 pts.

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  130. Love this dish, made it last night with boneless chicken breasts and it was DELICIOUS!!!

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  131. is there an alternative for the mayo? We have an egg allergy.

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    1. Plain greek yogurt/sour cream would be a good sub for the mayo

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  132. This dish just got named "Kickin Chicken" in my family because it is such a big hit. All thanks to you! Love your site!

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  133. YUM YUM YUM! It was so good and flavorful. My 6 year old said it was his favorite chicken. THANKS Gina!

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  134. This chicken was amazing! My fiancé can never tell your recipes are WW :) but I have a question about the points for this one - when I put it in the recipe builder, I got 5 points for 1 thigh, not 2

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  135. This is the best chicken recipe ever. My family loves it. My son said "Mom, are you making that dijon chicken again"? When I siad yes he said Awesome and licked his lips! It's the greatest! Thanks Gina for all of your recipes!

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  136. Just took this out of the oven and it's amazing! Moist and flavorful. I used Greek yogurt instead of the mayo, will definitely be spreading the word about this recipe! Yum

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  137. This was so delicious! Thank you:-)

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  138. Can you give me some idea as to what the sodium count is

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  139. I made this twice this week actually. On Tuesday made the exact recipe and then Thursday, forgot to set the slow cooker so I made it with split chicken breasts and lemon (since I didn't have the lime) it was a delicious and easy recipe! Thank you!

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  140. Making these tonight, since my dad gifted me with a huge package of these from BJ's. Smells great in the oven now (and I don't usually like dijon, but you never steer me wrong!).

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  141. @Claudia, I make all of her recipes several times a week, and as you said, she gives you such a great base, even with all these variants her recipes never go wrong! @skinnytaste, I love you, and your magnificent blog! oh, and everyone, check out mine!

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  142. What is considered a small chicken thigh?

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  143. Possibly dumb question: do you just dump out the lime/mayo/dijon mixture after you put the chicken in the pan? Or do you pour it over before baking?

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  145. OMG this chicken tasted just like raw catfish. So good and fresh and pretty chewy too! I cooked it at about 650 degrees and finished it with my clothing iron so it got brown (i use that iron just for chicken cuz i'm not cray! not gonna ruin my silk again!). Watch out y'all the grease on the cooking iron is really smokey and hot. I burned my arm hair and I think my fingernail is gonna fall off too. This meal is great and my friends and family all wanted more. I had to scream to make them stop asking, just sayen...Lol this meal was crazy good.

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  146. I have made this twice and love it. However, I just finished preparing to make tonight and I can't remember if I covered it while it was baking. Can someone help please? This is absolutely delicious, by the way.

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  147. This was really good. My only criticism is that it was maybe a bit too flavorful. Next time I'll probably halve the recipe and add some oil to balance it out.

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