Erin's Chicken & Mustard Sauce


When Costco first opened in Barrie, I was hired as a "caller".

Erin's Chicken & Mustard Sauce
with a Baked Potato & Sour Cream

There we no scanners at the time. As a "caller" I was basically a "human scanner" calling out the item numbers to the cashier as we transferred the member's items from one cart to another at the checkout.


At the beginning of the shift, a "caller" was assigned to a "cashier" and we spent the day together taking coffee breaks and lunch breaks at the same time.


We felt like, and we were a "team". It was a great way to get to know a fellow employee a little better. One day, I was teamed up with a young lady named Erin. One of the things Erin and I discussed were barbecues and Erin shared with me this recipe of hers that has become one of our favourites.


Of course we enjoy it in the winter too and have learned how to cook it in the oven.


Prep Time: 15 min.

Cook Time: 1 hour (less to barbecue)

Total Time: 1 hour, 15 min.


Servings: 4


Stuff Required:

  • ¼ cup mustard

  • ¼ cup sugar, brown

  • 2 tbsp oil

  • 2 tbsp lemon juice

  • 2 tbsp lime juice

  • 2 tbsp vinegar

  • 4 pcs chicken breast, skinless, boneless


Do This:

  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.

  2. Mix first 6 ingredients in a casserole dish.

  3. Cut the chicken lengthwise in half to make the pieces thinner. (You can also half or quarter each piece. This allows more marinade to soak into and coat the chicken. It may also reduce cooking time.)

  4. Marinade the chicken in the sauce for at least one hour. (The longer the better.)

  5. Cook uncovered in the oven for about an hour or until the chicken is done.

  6. The chicken can also be barbecued. Brush more marinade sauce over the chicken each time you turn it when cooking it on the barbecue.

  7. Barbecue until the chicken is cooked.


 

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