Normandy-Style Chicken

  • 20MINS
  • 7HR 20MINS
  • Serves 4
  • 269KCAL

It’s no secret that we love creamy dishes, and we couldn’t wait to put our spin on this rich chicken dinner from Normandy in France. It’s the apple, onion, leek and Dijon mustard flavours that make this dish hard to say no to. Whether you stew it low and slow or bake it in the oven, it’s bound to impress.

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Normandy-Style Chicken

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You could use wholegrain mustard instead of Dijon mustard in this recipe. Other mustards such as English mustard, wouldn't be suitable, as they have a much hotter flavour!

Pinch of Normandy!!
Super easy dish, minimal prep then just sit back & let the oven take the strain. Once cooked close your eyes & with the taste & smell you could almost believe you're in France.
Just Divine!
I made this in my Ninja 15 in 1 - so easy, and only one pot to wash up! I used eating apples because I forgot to buy cookers - it went down a storm - made with meat alternative as a vegetarian option - delicious!
Another winner chicken dinner
I used the slow cooker method. Easy and lovely to leave bubbling away for maximum flavour. To make lactose free I used coconut cream, a few extra calories but still low overall. Very flavoursome dish.

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TazAngeSunday 28th January 2024

Can you use pork loin for this and can you do it in a instant pot


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