Sunday, August 27, 2017

EASY Dijon Mustard/Lemon Panko Roasted Chicken

 I opened the container of buttermilk and yuck- it was bad. Luckily I had powdered buttermilk. It was the first time using the powdered stuff, it worked out great! I needed 1/2 cup of buttermilk so I measured 1/2 cup of water and added 3 tablespoons of Sa Co Cultured buttermilk blend. If I had milk in the fridge, would of added lemon to make some buttermilk but the powered worked out well.

Since the powdered buttermilk had lumps I whipped it in my magic bullet. Once it was  combined and the lumps were gone I added the mustard and again mixed it in the bullet until thoroughly combined.

The recipe did not call for the chicken to be marinated.  I poured all the mustard/buttermilk mix into a large freezer bag and added a cut up chicken and placed in the refrigerator 3-5 hours.

I used Progresso Panko Lemon Pepper Bread Crumbs and I coated the marinated chicken with it. 

It's an easy dish and sort of a take off of the Cripsy Mustard Roasted chicken that Ina Garten made.

This is my easy version.


1/2 cup dijon mustard
1/2 cup buttermilk
1 3-5 pound chicken - cut up.
1 plus cups bread crumbs for coating.


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine in a blender or a magic bullet the dijon mustard and the buttermilk.

Once thoroughly combined pour into a large plastic bag.

Wash and dry the chicken and add to the plastic bag with the buttermilk/mustard combination.

Place in the refrigerator 3-5 hours. 

Place the panko bread crumbs on a large plate and remove each chicken part from the marinade and coat with the bread crumbs. 

Place the chicken in a large baking dish which prepared with non- stick spray.

Bake uncovered for one hour.

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  1. This looks really good - crunchy and succulent! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party!

  2. Yummy.......I must get myself some panko crumbs. I think I could downsize this recipe for me. Has all the ingredients I like. Thanks for giving me another good idea.

  3. Ugh-don't you hate opening that milk container and finding it gone south? Happens to me a lot too. Thank goodness for the powdered buttermilk. I have some of that and never think to use it. The chicken looks great, Linda. Don't know if they have those flavored bread crumbs at Market Basket-will look when I go shopping this week.

  4. This sounds so amazing! PINNED!! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  5. This looks delicious and fairly easy so I am definitely going to give it a try#partyinyourpjs@_karendennis

  6. Hi Linda perfect flavour combinations in this recipe. Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon link party. Have a great weekend.

  7. Mmmm, I love the ease and flavors of this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing it at Party in Your PJs! Pinned and shared.