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Chicken Fricassée With Dijon Mustard Sauce
Try Chicken Fricassée with Dijon Mustard Sauce for a healthier and delicious meal!
If you’re looking a special twist on a classic comfort food, this Chicken Fricassée with Dijon Mustard Sauce is a low carb comfort food without the fat! The Dijon mustard and chicken stock is a healthier alternative to a classic fricassee sauce, normally full of fat. We’re sure once you’ve tried Chicken Fricassée with Dijon Mustard Sauce, you won’t want your Chicken Fricassée any other way! Don’t forget to leave us a comment once you’ve tried making it yourself.
To begin your Chicken Fricassée with Dijon Mustard Sauce, take two non-stick pans and place them on your stove over medium heat.
Add your grape seed oil to both pans so it can heat up before adding your chicken and vegetables.
In the first pan, add your chicken for the fricassée and season it with sea salt. Let your chicken sear.
Take your other pan and add your finely sliced mushrooms and zucchini. The vegetables will add nutrition and interest to your fricassée.
You'll want to let the vegetables sit while you continue preparing the chicken and the Dijon mustard sauce for the fricassée.
Add a pinch of smoked paprika to your chicken and your vegetables while they are cooking.
Once your chicken is well seared, add your Dijon mustard and stir it into the pan right away to start your fricassée's sauce.
After your Dijon mustard is mixed into the chicken, add 1oz of your chicken stock to complete your Chicken Fricassée's Dijon Mustard sauce.
Let your chicken cook and turn back to your vegetables.
Add your leftover chicken stock to the vegetables so the moisture can accelerate the length of your vegetables cooking. It also helps add volume to your Chicken Fricassée's sauce.
Once everything is cooked, you can plate your chicken and vegetables for your fricassee dish. Don't forget to pour your Dijon mustard sauce over everything!
Ready to serve!
Did you know?
Dijon mustard is the perfect low carb substitute to white wine for your Chicken Fricassée’s sauce. Its low calorie count makes this chicken fricassée recipe healthier than when its made with a more traditional sauce. You can also use Dijon mustard to make a delicious vinaigrette for your salad! See our Tips & Tricks below for chef’s favorite Dijon mustard vinaigrette recipe!