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Honey-Lime Chicken

Honey-Lime Chicken recipe
photo by:kraft
Chicken breasts are brushed during grilling and served with a flavorful blend of honey mustard, lime juice, garlic and soy sauce.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
1/4/2007
Amazing!! Make sure you save any extra sauce, it also goes great on fish or pork! You HAVE to try this recipe!!
posted:
12/7/2006
This recipe was SO good and So easy. I will make over and over.
posted:
10/2/2006
This chicken is awesome!! It is quick, healthy, and filling. I pair it with rice and a steamed veggie and it is delicious. My father-in-law prefers it to fried chicken and we live in the south!!!
posted:
8/31/2006
This chicken was great. Really good flavor
posted:
8/24/2006
I marinated the chicken and then grilled it. What a great combo of flavors. Excellent for making a salad with chicken the next day.
posted:
8/8/2006
If you like lime, this is the best chicken ever. Tasted like eating out at home! Yum! 5 stars from my hubby too!
posted:
7/7/2006
Everyone loved it. I marinated it in the sauce beforehand, then grilled it. We couldn't get enough of the sauce. I used half honey mustard and half dijon mustard.
posted:
6/16/2006
It was good. We didn't think it was spectacular, but it was tasty and a new twist on chicken. I like that you can control how much "flavor" you want by how much sauce you add to your own piece when it's served. We'll probably make again sometime.
posted:
5/21/2006
Great! I used a dijon mustard sauce I had and added honey to it. I'm not a huge fan of mustard, but this was really good. I added a few drops of lime juice to the mix since I didn't have limes. Next time I will bake it for about 40 minutes first and then broil it for a few minutes at the end. This will be a regular meal at my house!
posted:
5/18/2006
I doctored it up some, but I'm not too much of a mustard fan, and I tasted the sauce before I put it on the chicken and it seemed like the mustard was too over powering and like it work out so well, nevertheless, I tried it on one piece of chicken, grilled it on the house grill that goes over both burners on your stove, gives you grill marks and everything. I was afraid to taste it, so I gave it to my sister, she liked it, so I tasted it and it wasn't half bad. Fixed my mother some for lunch, gave some to my other sister and My Family. They liked it very much. I guess I will be making it again then... The lime taste came out alot after being cooked. I added Italian seasoning and honey and a few other things to taste, kept adding the sauce while cooking it, even after letting it marinate for a little bit. And drizzled it around the plate to look "cute". I think a little bit of green onions on top will help make it look fancy. Just cooked some rice with it, and there ya go. A Kraft magaz
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