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FRENCH'S® SLOW COOKER CHICKEN
2 lbs. boneless, skinless chicken thighs or breasts
3/4 cup FRENCH'S® Classic Yellow® Mustard
1/2 cup honey
Season chicken with salt and pepper if desired. Arrange chicken in slow cooker.
Combine mustard and honey and pour over chicken.
Cook, covered, Low 6 to 7 hours or on High 3 to 4 hours , until chicken is very tender and sauce is thickened.
Tips from French's
For optimal results we recommend using boneless, skinless chicken thighs and cook on Low for 6 to 7 hours.
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reviewed by: Joanne2017 | Apr, 06, 2014
O.M.G...timing is WAY off! We put this in the crockpot on low and checked after 5 hours. Overcooked, mushy and dry on the inside.. Had to shred and add bbq sauce to salvage. My crockpot cooks everything else perfectly. My husband thought the timing seemed too long for boneless chicken and it was. Never again.
reviewed by: saco52 | Apr, 04, 2014
we had this for supper 4/3/2014 and it was a hit, it will be seen on our table often, yes it's that good !!!
reviewed by: vernonharl | Apr, 03, 2014
Wanted to try this dish, didn't have honey I used Brown sugar came out great
reviewed by: justrecipesandcoupons | Apr, 03, 2014
I received this recipe today and made it today! It's fabulous!! I cut the recipe down since I live alone but now wish I had only cut it in half so I would have had some leftovers. The chicken was so tender and had a nice tang to it from the mustard. The sauce didn't thicken up but it was still very good. I tossed a can of green beans (drained) in on top of the chicken and let the sauce soak into them. I always keep all of the French's mustard's in my pantry but don't usually like mustard on anything except egg sandwiches or hot dogs. I do, however, like to cook with mustard. I keep seeing on the cooking shows how mustard tenderizes meat and is greatly used in BBQ so when I seen this recipe I had to try it...It's a keeper! The chicken was so tender it just fell apart.
reviewed by: gdumoulin1 | Apr, 02, 2014
What a disappointment and a waste of 2 lbs of boneless chicken. The picture in the ad shows a lovely glazed chicken. I got dull brown chicken that was tasteless and dry. How can you get dry chicken from a crock pot?? The sauce was thin and runny. Had to dump a bottle of BBQ sauce and shred the chicken to salvage dinner.
reviewed by: nancy.yanes | Mar, 31, 2014
I tried this reciepe yesterday. Sadly I was highly disappointed with the way it turned out. It was nothing like the picture, it came out over-cooked and dried.
reviewed by: mmmike150 | Mar, 30, 2014
i had to write about this recipe - it is the easiest recipe and return for the buck i have ever seen - it does take 5 minutes to prepare and the outcome it awesome - i got the coupon with the recipe and decided to try it - in the afternoon friends came over by chance and said "what smells so good" - i was planning for left overs to take to work but since it takes 2 lbs. of chicken - I said stay for dinner - we had it with a salad and I made white rice AND mash potatoes (most opted for the mash and put the chicken and the awesome sauce on top) it is 100% easy and the outcome is GREAT - I have a pot luck coming us and Lucy who was the unexpected guest said if you don't bring this I will !!!
reviewed by: Norma.goon | Mar, 24, 2014
Would not make this again. Sauce was pretty strong, but still tasted like it needed something. Disappointing since it read so easy
reviewed by: Mandmcollins | Mar, 23, 2014
I am confused. I cut the recipe for this recipe out of the flyers in Sundays newspaper. it says 1/2 cup each mustard and honey. The recipe on this site says 3/4 cup mustard and 1/2 cup honey. Which is it? Get your facts straight!