Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Honey-mustard Chicken Cutlet Salad

Yesterday I had one of those days where I just wanted to come home and not have long fuss in the kitchen. I was hungry too so that didn't help. I had left some chicken out from the morning so that part was covered. Here is what it turned into.....

3 pieces of chicken thin sliced or strips
1 egg
1/2 cup or 1 cup (depending on amount of pieces) honey
1/2 cup or 1 cup mustard depends on your taste and amount of pieces
1 cup of plain bread crumbs
Any type veggie you like tomatoes, lettuce etc...amount depends on your serving needs
Parmesan Cheese
Croutons (although chicken is already breaded sometimes I like the added crunch)

Beat egg in a bowl add the honey and mustard. Drop the chicken pieces in let marinate for about 20 minutes (sometimes we can't spare 20 minutes so I just make a few slits on chicken so it grabs flavor)
Dip in bread crumbs, coat evenly.
Heat skillet on medium, light coating of olive oil enough to cook and give some color.
Places pieces in when oil is hot, cook each side about seven to ten minutes use your judgment.
Remove, let sit and when manageable cut into bit size pieces
In a separate bowl mix in your veggies
Add the chicken pieces to bowl of veggies season to your liking


  1. This looks delicious Mari! I am unable to have some of the ingredients right now, but my family would love it. I'll definitely be making it for them soon. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hey Candace, thanks for visit. Hope you enjoy, it was so easy to make :) . Continued luck on your food intake changes, I'm cheering you on. I even printed out the Strawberry Banana Ice cream share lol.

  3. Looks great even though I'm a vegetarian. Maybe I'll try this without the chicken. :)

    1. Kristal thanks for visit. If you do try it with something else please let me know so I can try it as well. I am always looking for healthy options :) Oh maybe Eggplant or Squash?!

  4. My hubby loves honey mustard and loves chicken fingers. This is an easy way to make him happy. Thanks

    1. Oh wonderful! Great to hear its good that it's so you can stay out the kitchen longer lol:). Thanks for visit and comment :) Hope to see you here again:)

  5. Thank you for sharing this recipe at last week's Oldies But Goodies Link party! Your post was picked as one of our features this week. I hope you will visit our latest party and share a few more of your older posts.

    1. Jen thank you! Appreciate the love and support. Will for sure visit again and share some more treats xoxo. Glad you guys liked the post :)

  6. This sounds incredible! Love it! Pinned. Thanks for being a part of our party. I hope you get a chance to stop by tonight at 7 pm. We love having you!
    Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls


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