Mustered Garlic Chicken

This recipe has a rich flavor and a well known Mustard, called the Dijon Mustard. Dijon (pronounced [di.ʒɔ]) is a French commune located between Paris and Rhone.Its inhabitants are called Dijonnaise.

But it is important to remember that the geographical origin of mustard remains unclear. Some researchers locate his origins in Afghanistan between 5500 and 2300 BC. For others, she is from eastern India and China. Brown mustard is now grown and used on five continents in temperate subtropical regions. A thousand years after the Sumerians (3000 BC) to which we owe the first traces of mustard, this spicy is cultivated by many civilizations (Egyptians,Greeks,Romans..).Mustard is known in the Old Testament as the mustard. The Apostle Matthew speaks of it in the parable of the mustard seed.

But I digress, see below my special composition:

Preparation 30 minutes

Cooking 1 hour 45 minutes

Serves 6-8


8 or 10 pieces chicken thighs

½ cup mustard de Dijon (You can use Honey Mustard as well)

½ cup