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You mentioned a mustardy taste, but where does that come from since there is no mustard in the ingredients list? I don’t care for a mustardy taste either, but your recipe sounds delicious.
Good question! Something about the jam + the mayo = a mustardy taste. I love it, but the kids didn’t…
That looks wonderful. I have not had boneless chicken breasts in ages! Do you buy it that way or do you cut up a whole chicken? I could buy boneless from my farmer but it’s so expensive.
Good morning Linda,
I do buy them from my farmer actually. I’m not good at cutting up a chicken, but when I’ve seen people do it they make it look easy. I’m sure that would be much less expensive, and then you could use the bones for stock, but I’ve always got a bunch of stock in my freezer, so I figure that a dinner with boneless chicken once in a while is no biggy. 🙂