Our Baked Dijon Chicken strips are damn delicious. A true standout recipe your family will enjoy. Easy to make and flavor, flavor, flavor!
Best Baked Chicken Strips
Frankly, we were a bit tired of the trusty barbecue chicken strips. We set out to create a chicken strip recipe we could be proud of and delight our hungry family. After a few attempts, we hit upon a wonderful combination – Dijon mustard and miso sauce. We have never seen chicken strips disappear so quickly. Best of all, this recipe works well for lunch too.
Granted, chicken strip recipes abound but few achieve the juicy flavorful heights of our Dijon baked chicken strips. Amazingly simple to make with a short list of ingredients. As usual, choosing the freshest and most natural ingredients will produce the best flavor.
Baked Chicken Strips Dijon Style
- 2 large chicken breasts
- 1 cup chicken broth (Use Low Sodium broth)
- 2 tbsp miso
- 1 tbsp white wine vinegar
- 2 tbsp dijon mustard
- Boil chicken breasts for 5 minutes. Remove from water and allow to cool. Cut chicken into strips.
- Cook at 300 F (150 C) for 10 minutes. Flip chicken strips and cook for 10 more minutes.
- Coat tops of chicken breasts with mustard mixture. Bake for 15 minutes or until mustard mixture starts to thicken.
- Remove from oven and top with pepper. Serve with vegetables or potatoes.
The chicken strips are topped with a unique combination of Dijon mustard, paprika, and chicken broth. The brightness of Dijon mustard crusted on the tops of the chicken is simply unbeatable. You can get barbecue and grilled chicken strips any day of the week. Make dinner special with our baked Dijon chicken strips.
Miso adds a great savory flavor to our chicken strips. The simple sauce is created by adding just 2 tablespoons of miso to a cup of low sodium chicken broth with just a dash of white wine vinegar. As these chicken strips bake in the oven, the savory liquid sauce infuses an unbelievable taste into these chicken strips.
Choosing Fresh Ingredients
We are a huge advocate for choosing the freshest, organic ingredients. That is to say, the chicken is organic, free range. Second, the miso is non-GMO. Finally, the chicken broth is organic low-sodium. In general, these ingredient choices are more expensive. On the other hand, we feel they produce a superior taste.
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