Good Housekeeping. You remember that magazine right? This magazine is one I remember from my childhood and I think it always have one of the nicest covers at the check out lanes.
Good Housekeeping gave our family a recipe we absolutely love! We recently served it for our annual couples gathering. The mixture of seasonings and sauce come together in just the right way! The Good Housekeeping recipe is on their website.
I am sure if you do not want to cut your chicken breasts into cutlets it is just fine. We probably will not when we make it for our own family. We did however for our event.
We hope you enjoy this summer time grilling recipe! It will definitely be going into our grilling rotation!
Julie @ In Between the Sunsets of Life
The total time it takes to make it is about 35 minutes and this recipe serves 4.
2 tbsp. light mayo
1 tbsp. fresh dill
1 tbsp. fresh mint leaves
1 tbsp. dijon mustard
1 tbsp. white wine vinegar
1 tsp. sugar
4 medium chicken breast cutlets
2 tbsp. sugar
2 tbsp. fresh dill
1 tbsp fresh mint leaves
2 tbsp. white wine vinegar
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. vegetable oil
.25 tsp. ground pepper
Prepare mustard sauce in a small bowl by mixing all the ingredients and set aside.
Pound chicken breasts to flatten some. In a medium bowl, stir sugar, dill, mint, vinegar, salt, oil, and pepper until mixed.
Place the chicken breasts in the bowl, tossing to coat well. Grill chicken until the breast is done by using a meat thermometer to determine if meat is done. Which is 165 degrees.
Serve with sauce on side.
I always love to read Julie's blog In Between the Sunsets of Life for the recipes and to see what is going on in their part of the state on the farming front. Her second blog, Pushing Forward with Grace, has giving me inspiration and grounded me on more than one occasion. I recommend you go check both of them out.