Praised Chicken with Mustard & Dill

Praised Chicken with Mustard & Dill via The Mommy Games

As I promised in my last post, here is the recipe for “Praised” Chicken. It’s a Nigella recipe that I’ve been making for years, and is probably the most requested meal around our home in the winter time (it’s one of my husband’s favorites and both the kids love it, even my 11 month old). It’s like a super kicked-up version of chicken soup. It’s called “praised” because the chicken is first pan seared, then braised. It comes out super tender but with that almost roast chicken flavor. Plus, you get a nice amount of stock to keep in your freezer and use another time. You serve the chicken, veggies, and a little stock over rice with a side of Dijon mustard and a healthy portion of dill. It sounds a little different, but the whole combination is amazing. It’s these little additions that make this a company worthy dish. This a surefire crowd pleaser, and although it takes a little time to simmer in the pot, is really a cinch to make. This has Sunday dinner written all over it.

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  1. At first I thought I thought you misspelled the name! This looks delicious and the mustard and dill? Wow. I never would have thought to put that with it but it sounds amazing!
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    • I thought it might be a little strange when I first read the recipe too, but I’ve been making this one for years now and everyone I’ve ever served it to has been head-over-heels about the combo. It’s really good!

  2. This dish looks interesting – will have to try on a cold and wet weekend.

  3. This sounds awesome! I love the new cooking term “praised”. ;)
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  4. This looks amazing! I love how simple it is and how tender and juicy the chicken looks. I can imagine how it got the name Praised Chicken!
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    • Thanks Elaine! It really does come out super moist. I love to make chicken salad with the leftovers because it just takes to a whole nother level!

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